• Naupaka

    The Naupaka legend tells the story of why this native shrub, found both in the mountains and by the sea, blooms just half a flower, It is a story of love, jealousy, and separation and has inspired hula practitioners, songwriters, and storytellers.
  • Discover all the fun things that make Hawai?i special. With 64 pages to color?including 22 activities?kids can color honu (sea turtles), shave ice, surfboards, a flower lei, a humpback whale, and more.
  • Children love going to the beach and collecting shells, coral, and whatever else they can find in the sand. This is a counting book where the child can pretend she's at the beach, collecting different items in her beach bucket.
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    Mouse and Mongoose is about an odd-couple friendship and their adventures in Hawaii. Mouse and Mongoose are best friends. One day, Mongoose visits Mouse and tells him he has never seen a rainbow.
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    The moon is full and shining on a mango tree heavy with fruit. Beneath its leaves sits a little blue house, and beneath its eaves, sits little Anuenue and her mama. On magical Hawaiian nights such as this, thoughts take flight.
  • Moku is an old fisherman who lives by Waimea Bay, long before Captain Cook, and long before the missionaries came to the islands.