• Finally, a fish identification book specifically for Hawai?i?s young fishermen, snorkelers, future marine biologists, and kids simply curious about all the colorful fishes in Hawai?i.
  • Lio is a carousel horse at one of Hawaii?s carnivals. He loves being on the merry-go-round and making kids happy--until, one day, Lio decides to break free and see what lies beyond the carousel...
  • It's time to feed the working cars this bright Hawaiian day. From manapua to steaming saimin and rainbow shave ice, Hawai'i's food trucks offer tasty local dishes on their road trip around the island.
  • Maka didn't talk much, but he loved to sing. Wherever he went, his beloved 'ukulele was by his side. And whenever he started to play and sing his song, "The Maka Shaka Shuffle," people would stop what they were doing and sing along?
  • Out of stock
    One day, while a hungry pua'a (pig) searches the forest for food, a sweet potato comes tumbling down a hill and hits him on the head. It?s such a sweet-looking sweet potato, the pua'a can't help himself but show it off to all his friends.
  • Moku is an old fisherman who lives by Waimea Bay, long before Captain Cook, and long before the missionaries came to the islands.