Duke: A Great Hawaiian (A Little Book)
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This is a special little book, about the size of your hand.
Hard Cover, 5"x6" 128 pages
Duke Kahanamoku (1890-1968), a full-blooded Hawaiian, was known worldwide simply as The Duke. His name was synonymous with Hawai'i. He is remembered today for his Olympic medals and as the Father of Modern Surfing. He is honored as Hawaii's legendary Ambassador of Aloha for his strength of character and Hawaiian ideals of humility and dignity he exemplified.
By Sandra Kimberley Hall
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Growing up at the famous Australian beach where Hawaiʻi’s Duke Kahanamoku taught Aussies in 1914 how to ride the waves, Sandra Hall heard stories from childhood about The Duke. She has written dozens of articles for newspapers and surfing magazines about Duke’s surfing history and Himalayan travel adventures.