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  • Don Chapman, award-winning writer and editor of MidWeek has compiled a list of humorous observations about living in Hawaii that will make you laugh out loud and make you proud to be a part of the unique way of life in these islands.
  • A young abandoned Hawaiian boy, living among the homeless in Ala Moana Park, spends his days observing tourists, swimming in the ocean and rummaging in the trash. At first glance there is nothing special about young Ikauikalani, till you learn he can see
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    A collection of spine-tingling ghost stories, sure to give you "chicken skin." These are accounts about the many realms inhabited by spirits and are told in a talk-story style.
  • Here is Hawaii's first-ever collection of over 200 flash pieces served in consumable bites. There is something for all tastes with a vast array of subjects, compiled from many sources.
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    A novel based on a true story of love and combat in the war-torn Philippines. A rare mix of authenticity and glorious writing in this nearly forgotten and utterly harrowing chapter of World War II.
  • During the summer of 1827 two French Catholic priests arrived in Honolulu to establish their religion in the Hawaiian Islands. They were met with extreme resistance from Hawaiian royalty, who were already practicing the Protestant faith, and the...
  • I want you to take this to a place and bury it...Listen, if you don't, I'll wander for eternity. Bury it with my people. Remember this. I know you will, because you remember everything. Malaekahana.