Whale Rider Review

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Paikea "Pai" Apirana is a 12-year-old Maori who meets all the qualifications for tribal leadership except one. She’s a girl. And to make matters worse -- at least as far as her tradition-bound grandfather sees it -- she's named after the founder of her tribe, Paikea, who, legend has it, rode to New Zealand on the back of a whale...
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Paikea "Pai" Apirana is a 12-year-old Maori who meets all the qualifications for tribal leadership except one. She’s a girl. And to make matters worse -- at least as far as her tradition-bound grandfather sees it -- she's named after the founder of her tribe, Paikea, who, legend has it, rode to New Zealand on the back of a whale...
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