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That Summer at Boomerang

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Paperback that has been read with some creasing of the cover. Signed by the author A lively account of the little known story about the birth of surfing in Australia and the early beginnings of their beach culture and sporting heritage. The story centres on the meeting of a young Australian girl, Isabel Letham and the legendary Hawaiian swimmer and surfer, Duke Kahanamoku who visits Sydney on an exhibition swim in 1914.The story centres on Sydney, Australia, but moves between Honolulu, Hawaiii, Stockholm and the Olympics in 1912, and even California - as one season, one summer, epitomises the end of an era and the birth of a new one.

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Author(s):
Phil Jarratt
Condition:
Used: good
ISBN-10:
1742705251
ISBN-13:
9781742705255
Publisher:
Hardie Grant
Title:
That Summer at Boomerang

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Paperback that has been read with some creasing of the cover. Signed by the author A lively account of the little known story about the birth of surfing in Australia and the early beginnings of their beach culture and sporting heritage. The story centres on the meeting of a young Australian girl, Isabel Letham and the legendary Hawaiian swimmer and surfer, Duke Kahanamoku who visits Sydney on an exhibition swim in 1914.The story centres on Sydney, Australia, but moves between Honolulu, Hawaiii, Stockholm and the Olympics in 1912, and even California - as one season, one summer, epitomises the end of an era and the birth of a new one.

Author(s):
Phil Jarratt
Condition:
Used: good
ISBN-10:
1742705251
ISBN-13:
9781742705255
Publisher:
Hardie Grant
Title:
That Summer at Boomerang

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