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  • Pele is Hawaii's beloved fire goddess. This story follows Pele as she searches for a home. Along with her little white dog, she travels across the islands and finds many beautiful places, but none of them are the perfect fit. So Pele creates her own home
  • Settle baby down for an afternoon nap on the beach with this re-imagining of the classic nursery rhyme. Written music with guitar and ?ukulele chords included.
  • What does the alphabet do on its day off? From the title, we know S goes surfing, but what about A? C? L, M, N, O, and P? Kids will absolutely love finding out and following each letter throughout their Hawaiian holiday off from school.
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    A lovely, simple book that celebrates the power of the imagination. A young boy wants to go out and surf, but he?s told that he is too small by his mother, his father, and his brother.
  • A story about sharing every day of the week in Hawai'i
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    THIS JUST IN! Santa spotted leaving the North Pole in the middle of the night only days before Christmas. Where could he be going?
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    THIS JUST IN! Santa spotted leaving the North Pole in the middle of the night only days before Christmas. Where could he be going?
  • The perfect read-aloud book that reads like a shave ice rap listing a variety of flavors like pineapple, coconut, liliko?i, too, watermelon, li hing mui, grape, honeydew.
  • What?s a more iconic symbol of growing up in Hawai?i than slippers? From the moment little ones learn how to walk, they pick out little slippers to wear. At preschools, you see slippers lined up against the wall outside the classroom. On playgrounds,
  • Almost every preschooler in Hawai?i can sing the song Slippery Fish (also known as Octopus). Now you can take it home in book form with colorful illustrations that highlight Hawai?i?s incandescent, vibrant underwater world.
  • Follow these carefree, little surfers as they head out to catch some waves and count down from ten to one.
  • Discover all the fun things that make Hawai?i special while learning your ABCs and 123s. With 64 pages to color?including 24 activities?kids can color humpback whales, aloha shirts, fish, a flower lei, dolphins, and more.
  • A young girl and her brother venture out too far into the deep ocean. Suddenly a giant eel, the Great Puhi, grabs her brother and pulls him under. Frantic, Nani, his sister, turns to the sea creatures for help.
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    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.
  • This humorous board book introduces keiki to some of Hawai‘i’s most well-known and interesting animals and allows them to imagine with the main character—what kind of pet would I get?

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    A young boy named 'Eleu gathers 'opihi when he comes across a kapa cloth floating in the ocean. It is a cloak stamped with the markings of shark fins. Taking it to show his father, he soon learns that the cloak belongs to Nanaue, a quiet and mysterious...
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    An enchanted fish is caught by a fisherman on the island of Kaua'i. To all the villagers' surprise, the fish grows and grows, his scales fall, his fins turn into arms and legs, and he becomes a giant.
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    Presented in both English and Hawaiian, it's the story of 'Iliouakaua-the fierce and terrible Storm Dog-that races across the ocean along the shores of Ka'a'awa.
  • On the first day of hula my kumu gave to me a hula bag from a hala tree. 'Ukulele strum and 'uli'uli fly. Bamboo sticks and ginger lei fill the dancer's hula bag. This local twist on the famous song will have you swaying to the island beat. Count from one
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    There was an old auntie who sailed her canoe From Hana to Hilo then Kalamazoo.
  • Water flows around and across the islands. All kinds of watercraft big and small sail on the deep sea, in smiling bays, down rivers, and past beaches. Parents and toddlers are sure to enjoy identifying all the busy ships, boats, and more gracing our islands’ waters.

  • Across the islands it's go, go, go! All kinds of vehicles big and small make their way through tunnels, over bridges, along beaches, and past pali. Parents and toddlers are sure to enjoy identifying all the busy vehicles rolling across our islands.