By Alice Cooper Bailey, illustrated by Lucille Holling
"Rainbow Edition" of one of the earliest children's books depicting surfing, about a young boy from Waikiki who moves to his aunt's house in the mountains.
Read more: DeLa Vega, 200 Years of Surfing Literature, B3.
New York: The Wise-Volland Company, (1928). Cover title: Kimo the whistling boy. A story of Hawaii. 9.5'' x 6.75''. Original orange pictorial cloth with illustration of boy surfing stamped in black. Color pictorial endpapers. Lavishly illustrated by Holling in color throughout, including ten full-page color plates. 96 pages. Ink ownership signature, some soiling to lower board, closed tear on page 16.
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