Moki and the Magic Surfboard: A Hawaiian Fantasy

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Words + Pictures Pub., 1996 - Geckos - 32 pages
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Moki the surfing gecko learns the value of friendship when a wise old Menehune man helps him catch the biggest wave in the world and asks for an important favor in return.

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Moki gets a magic surfboard from the menehune and learns that friendship is more important than possessions.


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About the author (1996)

Born near Los Angeles and currently living in Santa Barbara, Bruce Hale has written nearly 20 books. Before becoming a full time writer Hale had a variety of jobs including deejay, gardener and actor. He also lived briefly in Hawaii, inspiring the setting for his books featuring Moki the Gecko. When not writing, Hale is often speaking at schools all over the country. Hale has also taught writing workshops at several colleges and universities and in 1998 received a grant to teach and study in Thailand.

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