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  1. This little book caught my eye at the Lahaina Branch of the Maui County Library. Peggy Hickock Hodge takes us back to the early part of the last century and her childhood on Oahu. Growing up a haole girl in those days was an experience of cultural connectivity and not dissonance in this simpler time, al least as she observed it. The writing is fresh and clear and paints a vivid picture of a world that no longer exists. I read it in a three short sittings, while waiting for my wife to get her hai [...]

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