A look at the fascinating sea life in Hawaii. Bowker Authored Title code. A look at the fascinating sea life in Hawaii. Photographs and text introduce the animal and plant life found on beaches, in tide pools, on reefs, and in shallow and deep ocean waters of Hawaii.
This book explores the natural wonders, people, and customs of Hawaii, in photographs grouped by color.
Twelve traditional Hawaiian tales record the exploits of heroes with supernatural powers.
Moe‘uhane, the Hawaiian word for dream, means “soul sleep.” While sleeping, Hawaiians of old believed they communicated with ‘aumakua, their ancestral guardians, and this important relationship was sustained through dreaming. In this companion volume to her award-winning Hawaiian Legends of the Guardian Spirits, artist Caren Loebel-Fried retells and illuminates nine dream stories from Hawai‘i’s past.
Set in a future New Zealand where only the Citizen who asks no questions can achieve happiness, a renegade hero seeks to rescue his family in the State-sponsored Game of Life.
When Olamaiileoti Monroe takes her seventy-five-year-old father, Finau, on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, both are caught up in a search for udnerstanding of each other and the ties that bind them. Their story unfolds on an international stage, in Samoa, New Zealand, New York, and Israel–and opposes the modern selfishness of Ola to […]
Introduces the English alphabet with words representing significant elements of Hawaiian culture.
Retells the traditional legend of how Maui, a boy with magical powers, made the birds appear on Hawaii.
Recounts how Maui uses his magical powers to slow the path of the sun across the sky, thus allowing crops more time to grow, fishermen more time to fish, and children more time to play.
Måaui forces the mud hens to tell him the secret of how to make fire.