Wave Women Book
Wave Woman: The Life and Struggles of a Surfing Pioneer is the untold story of Betty Pembroke Heldreich—a pioneering champion Hawaii surfer in the mid-1950s, a female athlete, an artist, a professional who broke glass ceilings and believed anything exciting was worth trying at least once.
Betty’s daughter Vicky Heldreich Durand wrote Wave Woman as a love letter and intimate biography about her larger-than-life mother. The book details Betty’s love for adventure and a zest for life and learning that kept her alive for 98 beautiful years. Betty was, and still is, an inspiring example to us that it is never too late to try anything and follow a dream. Wave Woman will surely speak to anyone searching for self-confidence, fulfillment, and happiness.
How is this product ocean-friendly?
· Increases ocean awareness by telling the stories of water women
· Shipped using recycled materials