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  • Join these rascally geckos as they travel in and out, over and under, near and far, left and right all across their Hawai?i home.
  • As a child, Hana saves a baby honu from certain death. From that day on, they become best friends. Soon the day comes when they must part ways. Hana is becoming a man, and his honu has become a full grown turtle who must go back to the open ocean. Later,
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Time for lunch! This mixed plate lunch is a mix of three board books for the hungry toddler set—one book about rice, one about salad, and one listing some of Hawai‘i’s favorite main dishes. It’s the perfect set of books to have for the budding foodie and a great gift to take home and share with friends and family what exactly a mixed plate lunch is.
  • Journey along the soft waves of the tropic ocean with captivating moonlit scenes of whales, dolphins, mantas, and more. Your youngest will enjoy counting the varied creatures that inhabit Hawai?i?s waters and shores as you tuck them in for gentle drea
  • Here?s a colorful and fun introduction to everyday Hawaiian words for kids of any age.
  • 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.
  • Hina

    $7.95
    Part of a new series called Hawaiian Legends for Little Ones, Hina introduces kids ages 0-4 to one of Hawai?i?s best-known dieties, the goddess of the moon.
  • A colorful, fun look at what the reader, if the reader were a dinosaur, would do in Hawaii. Sure to spark a child?s imagination and create further discussion and storytelling after the book is closed.
  • A colorful, fun look at what the reader, if the reader were a superhero, would do in Hawaii. Sure to spark a child?s imagination and create further discussion and storytelling after the book is closed.
  • Kaipo wants to go fishing with his three older brothers, but they treat him like a baby and refuse to let him join them, even though they have had no luck fishing for days. Kaipo tries and tries to prove to them that he knows how to catch the elusive 'ahi
  • Gecko needs a home, and Keala is determined to find him one! The n?n?, the dolphins, the butterflies, and all of her Hawaiian animal friends are on hand to help as Keala starts her search.
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    Gecko needs a home, and Keala is determined to find him one! The n?n?, the dolphins, the butterflies, and all of her Hawaiian animal friends are on hand to help as Keala starts her search.
  • Based on the popular children’s song, Baby Shark, this version is purely Hawai‘i with an Auntie, Uncle, and Tutu watching over baby shark as they explore the ocean and make friends with a humuhumu.
  • For keiki 1 year and up, it?s a fun, colorful introduction to both English and Hawaiian words with Hawaiiana themes our kids can relate to..
  • More words and more scenes are offered in this second word book for kids, illustrated by Maui artist Lance Bowen.