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Hawaiian Folk Tales (Illustrated) By Thomas G. Thrum
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Thomas G. Thrum has compiled a collection of native folk tales in Hawaiian Folk Tales A Collection of Native Legends. The legends originally appeared in "The Hawaiian Annual." The Table of... More > contents includes Legends Resembling Old Testament History, Exploits of Maui, Pele and the Deluge, Pele and Kahawali,< Less
Hawaiian Flora, Beautiful and Unusual By Leo Stewart
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Collection of high quality photographs of many of the beautiful and unique flowers and plants found in Hawaii. Some are native Hawaiian plants and others are found either in the Botanical gardens or... More > growing wild.< Less
Native Hawaii Coloring Book By Sarah Taylor Ko
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Seventeen hand drawn images of native Hawai’ian flowers, insects, birds, fish, and more to color. These are animals unique to Hawaii, many of them found no where else on earth. They are... More > captioned with their Hawaiian names where possible. "Native Hawai'i" can be enjoyed by children or adults. This book features traditional ‘ohe kapala border designs. These borders were inspired by hand carved bamboo stamps that were inked with kukui and other dyes and pressed onto kapa fabric made from mulberry by ancient Hawai'ian people. "Native Hawai'i" is meant to inspire "malama ka 'aina", that is, respect and care for the land and all the "ola" or life it supports. Created for you with aloha by local artist Sarah Ko. See more of her artwork at sarahtaylorko.com.< Less
Native Grammar: How Languages Work By Joshua Rudder
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Learn how grammar works in any language through engaging explanations, examples and plenty of hands-on exercises. Seven graded chapters introduce the major properties of words and pieces of words,... More > including nouns, verbs, pronouns, adjectives, particles and how to put them together. Lots of examples from world languages (Hawaiian, Chinese, Spanish, Navajo, Maltese and more). 28 activities and 6 detailed review tests. Appendix with answers to every exercise and review. Glossary with all key terms defined. Maps showing major world language families mentioned in the course. Index.< Less
Native Grammar: How Languages Work By Joshua Rudder
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Learn how grammar works in any language through engaging explanations, examples and plenty of hands-on exercises. Seven graded chapters introduce the major properties of words and pieces of words,... More > including nouns, verbs, pronouns, adjectives, particles and how to put them together. Lots of examples from world languages (Hawaiian, Chinese, Spanish, Navajo, Maltese and more). 28 activities and 6 detailed review tests. Appendix with answers to every exercise and review. Glossary with all key terms defined. Maps showing major world language families mentioned in the course. Index.< Less
ALOHA RAINBOWS : A Journey of Pono, Protocol & Precious Kupuna By Tracey Ha'aoLakainãpali
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A photographic tribute of Hawaiian culture, spirituality, healing traditions & The Aloha Spirit. Honouring Hawaiian teachers, elders & all who perpetuate their sacred traditions. This is a... More > brief glimpse into a journey of deep respect of Hawaiian wisdom & ALOHA. Note: The author recognises it is the kuleana (responsibility) of those outside of Hawaii, who utilize & benefit financially from these sacred teachings & practices, to give back to Native Hawaiians who are striving to perpetuate their cultural practices. As such she undertakes fundraising & donates regularly to Native Hawaiian projects. * Hence, a portion from all book sales is donated to Fundraising< Less
Uluhaimalama By Mahealani Perez-Wendt
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"Uluhaimalama" is the first collection of poetry by Mahealani Perez-Wendt, an accomplished Hawaiian poet, writer, and community activist. This is the inaugural publication of the Wayne... More > Kaumuali'i Westlake monograph series, promoting Native Hawaiian writers.< Less
Uluhaimalama By Mahealani Perez-Wendt
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"Uluhaimalama" is the first collection of poetry by Mahealani Perez-Wendt, an accomplished Hawaiian poet, writer, and community activist. This is the inaugural publication of the Wayne... More > Kaumuali'i Westlake monograph series, promoting Native Hawaiian writers.< Less
On the Road to Paʻa; On the Road to a Strong and Solid Foundation By JoAnna Goldman
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The journey began. The first challenge was to learn how to feel. A heart that had closed itself for protection from a harsh world had to open and feel all that could be felt. The second challenge was... More > to stop thinking so much. To identify the thoughts that really are the opinions of others. Baggage had to be found. Found and diminished! The third challenge was one of learning a new foundation. One that replaced the baggage that was being torn to shreds. One that relies on truth and on faith, on love and trust. This was a period of travel and uncertainty. Putting her life in the hands of a very powerful and spiritual leader on the island of Molokai Hawaii. She faced the toughest challenge of her life. To survive Kumu Pa’a Lawrence Kalainia Kamani Aki, and live to write about what it taught you, is to know you have built a foundation that will help you carry yourself through all of the turmoil and challenges that the future will bring. It was the best apprenticeship in Grief that could ever have happened.< Less
On the Road to Paʻa; On the Road to a Strong and Solid Foundation By JoAnna Goldman
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The journey began. The first challenge was to learn how to feel. A heart that had closed itself for protection from a harsh world had to open and feel all that could be felt. The second challenge was... More > to stop thinking so much. To identify the thoughts that really are the opinions of others. Baggage had to be found. Found and diminished! The third challenge was one of learning a new foundation. One that replaced the baggage that was being torn to shreds. One that relies on truth and on faith, on love and trust. This was a period of travel and uncertainty. Putting her life in the hands of a very powerful and spiritual leader on the island of Molokai Hawaii. She faced the toughest challenge of her life. To survive Kumu Pa’a Lawrence Kalainia Kamani Aki, and live to write about what it taught you, is to know you have built a foundation that will help you carry yourself through all of the turmoil and challenges that the future will bring. It was the best apprenticeship in Grief that could ever have happened.< Less