• 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.