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  • In Japan, people believe that there are years in a person?s life that are bad luck. For men, the worst is 41. It is yakudoshi. It is the age of calamity.
  • Ikau's quest continues. He is still living in the park, watching the prowlings of a magy cat, getting caught up in a swarm of golden butterflies, sleeping under a bridge, having flying dreams.
  • A shockingly powerful novel that pulls us into the world of crystal meth. The characters are our neighbors, our cousins, our brothers, the ones who break our hearts. A breathtaking debut.
  • In this compelling, reflective, and sometimes humorous memoir, the son of a dark-skinned, tough-as-nails Hawaiian father and frantic, no-nonsense Hawaiian mother is born with red hair. Rudolph Puana grows up in hardscrabble Kahaluu, Oahu...
  • Bunji, his father said, "I doubt your life in Japan will be easy for you. Or that I can help you. But do whatever you must in order to live fully. Take risks and live. Make your own karma."
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    The Bone Hook is the late Ian MacMillan's third Hawaii novel and is published posthumously. Ian passed away--too soon--in 2008.
  • Hawaii's break-through novelist, Chris McKinney, has written a fourth novel that continues to delve deep into the heart of Hawaiis dark side.
  • A story of 1950s Hawaii.
  • Ashley Dougherty, Hawaii's Coupon Queen, teaches couponers in Hawaii how to live frugally in paradise with her website, HawaiiShopaolics.com. This book was created to compliment her site and help...
  • Chris O'Rourke was a shy, young Irish boy from New Jersey who had an affinity for playing in the water. When his family was unexpectedly forced to flee their East Coast home and lavish lifestyle, they journeyed as far west as possible. Upon reaching the s
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    McKinney's new dark novel traces the lives and conflicts of three foster sibling children through adulthood set against a social milieu of ethnic and class division.
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    Based on the classic song "Over in the Meadow," children will love to learn counting one to ten while learning more about the Hawaiian Islands. Children will relate to the mimicing between the mother and child animals in the book. Each Hawaiian island is