/2018
  • Here in Back in the Day, Lynette, well-known cookbook author and food columnist shares her love for home-cooking with these delightful, old-fashioned recipes from her family and friends.

  • Catholicism in Hawai‘i encompasses a unique, captivating, and occasionally controversial legacy since its arrival to the Islands nearly two centuries ago. Catholic Churches of Hawai‘i: A Shoal of Faith, provides a thorough and compelling reference to the historical, spiritual, and cultural richness that Catholicism contributed to Hawai‘i’s identity including saints, coral cathedrals, and remote wooden churches.
  • Any day of the week, you're sure to see many types of dogs playing on Hawaii's beaches—swimming, running, digging, and enjoying a sunny Hawaiian day. If your little one loves dogs (and the beach) this is the book for you!
  • Discover Hawai‘i’s amazing and colorful underwater world. With 64 pages to color—including 25 activities—kids can color a variety of animals from humpback whales, to yellow tangs, to octopus, to flame wrasses and more.
  • Hawai‘i’s Rice Cooker Cookbook shares a mother and daughter’s perspective of an island family table through the lens of an everyday household appliance—the automatic rice cooker. Introduced in the 1950s, the electric rice cooker has become the workhorse of Island kitchens. Surprisingly multi-purpose, you will be as amazed with the versatility of this seemingly one-note cooker.

  • Hiiaka, Pele's sister and the patron goddess of Hawaii and hula, saves the people of Waipi‘o Valley from a powerful, destructive wind that is blowing away houses, plants, and trees. Using her lighting pa‘u (skirt), she battles the great wind and summons rain, lightning, and thunder to diminish the wind and force him into a cave where he remains to this day.
  • Moa, a loudmouth rooster, challenges Honu, a calm green sea turtle, in a race to determine who owns a clear, cool, Hawaiian spring. The bright Sun awakens them early the following morning, and the race begins. Honu uses her strength and perseverance to push against the strong currents of a stream. Moa wastes time sleeping in and then gets sidetracked as he nears the spring. In the end, steadfast Honu wins and boastful Moa is speechless for once. Honu and Moa is a humorous spin on a well-known story, set in beautiful Hawai‘i featuring characters whose cultural significance continue to influence the islands today.  

    Author/Illustrator: Edna Cabcabin-Moran

  • This edition is based on the original Hawaiian Bible produced in the 19th century. Each word, phrase, sentence and passage were considered in its Biblical context and respelled to include contemporary Hawaiian spelling. The editors of this work carefully considered the source languages—Hebrew and Greek—and various English translations in respelling the Hawaiian. Faithfulness to the original text and accurate scholarship were of the utmost importance.
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    This edition is based on the original Hawaiian Bible produced in the 19th century. Each word, phrase, sentence and passage were considered in its Biblical context and respelled to include contemporary Hawaiian spelling. The editors of this work carefully considered the source languages—Hebrew and Greek—and various English translations in respelling the Hawaiian. Faithfulness to the original text and accurate scholarship were of the utmost importance.
  • Keiki in the Kitchen with Mika the Sous Chef was inspired by a Lhasa Apso puppy the author bought her children two years ago and the educational programs of the Hawaiʻi Agricultural Foundation (HAF) and Hawaiʻi Food & Wine Festival (HFWF). Keiki in the Kitchen with Mika the Sous Chef is product of a collaboration between those two organizations.
  • Maui Slows the Sun tells the story of how young Maui helped the people of Hawai'i by slowing the sun's journey across the sky so that daily chores could be finished before dark.
  • Misfit Spirit is a collection of entertaining, incisive and insightful writings that explores the issues and themes connected to religion in Hawaii. The more than sixty articles cover a wide range of topics that branch from the trunk of the different religious traditions.
  • Now it’s easy to grow native Hawaiian plants in your backyard or include in your landscaping. Here are species that propagate, bloom, and flower in accordance with Hawai‘i’s natural climate and on their own schedules.
  • Follow these carefree, little surfers as they head out to catch some waves and count down from ten to one.
  • For Sam, cooking should be easy and from the heart, and this is why he did this new edition of "With Sam Choy." This collection of recipes emphasizes natural farm-to-table ingredients. All the cooking is one step, including the accompanying dips and sauces.