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Kahuna Kid: Happy in Hawaii

Paperback - 08 December 2017
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This sequel to Long Trip Home is written for young teenagers and all those who enjoy historic adventure novels.

Two Hawaiian brothers, Akoni and Micah, modify an ocean-going kayak so they can standup paddleboard it from Maui to Molokai to visit their grandmother, an indigenous Hawaiian woman.

She tells them that their grandfather and great-grandfathers way back to the time of King Kamehameha the 5th in 1766, were all Kahunas, men who were trained by a master Kahuna to become experts in whatever their field of training or profession.

Akoni develops a strong sense of heritage after hearing this and wants to become a Kahuna himself to help others. He connects with a master Kahuna who teaches him how to find plants and herbs as the sources of medicines, trains in their use, and also adopts Kahuna practices such as the hula and chants.

He continues his standup paddle board adventures, racing with Micah and his new friend, Pamela.

Will Akoni's Kahuna apprenticeship in his early teens conflict with his father's expectations that he will attend college after high school? Are both options open to Akoni?

Robert Temple Frost lives in Boulder, Colorado. He graduated from the University of Colorado with a BS in business and finance, served five years in the Air Force, and then joined the Department of Commerce, where he worked in administrative management for research laboratories. The author retired after 37 years of federal employment. He is a poet and novelist, and has published four books in the past three years.

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