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PUNAHOU BLUES By Kirby Wright
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Growing up in Honolulu isn't all it's cracked up to be for Jeffrey Gill. After he gets into prestigious Punahou School, his rite of passage includes losing the babe of his dreams to a creep,... More > surviving Killahaole Day, and getting pushed around by the school bully. In the world of academics, Jeff knows he's hardly Stanford material. Uncle Sharkey teaches Jeff the sweet science and he beefs his arch enemy at Waialae Golf Course. He salvages his senior year by getting into a mainland college and taking a foxy girl to the Senior Prom. But he must wait until graduation night to find out if the feelings he has for her are mutual.< Less
Not Too Sweet, Not Too Rancid, Just Right. By Punahou Class of 68
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Not too sweet. Not too rancid. Just right. Recipes from the Punahou graduating class of 1968. In celebration of our 50th reunion on June 2018.
Not Too Sweet, Not Too Rancid, Just Right (coil-bound) By Punahou Class of 68
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This book was put together by members of the class of 1968 of Punahou School who generously contributed their favorite recipes. The recipes are intended to be used freely as a way to share our aloha... More > and bring to life fond remembrances of good friends and the good old days.< Less
Our Friend Barry: Classmates' Recollections of Barack Obama and Punahou School By Constance F Ramos
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OUR FRIEND BARRY is a collection of personal essays from Barack Obama's Punahou School classmates, telling the story of Senator Obama's teenage years from the direct perspectives of those who grew up... More > with him. Collectively, they tell a story of the lasting influences of his Pacific island upbringing and a former Christian missionary school called "Punahou." Individually, they focus on topics such as: personal childhood experiences with Barack ("Barry") Obama; mixed-race life in Hawaii and lessons in diversity; student life at Punahou; and how Barack Obama's vision and appeal are rooted in his formative years at Punahou School and in our 50th State, making it impossible to pigeon-hole him into the simplified categories that the media, for now, cannot seem to break away from.< Less
Our Friend Barry: Classmates' Recollections of Barack Obama and Punahou School (ebook) By Constance F Ramos
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OUR FRIEND BARRY is a collection of personal essays from Barack Obama’s Punahou School classmates, telling the story of Senator Obama’s teenage years from the direct perspectives of those... More > who grew up with him. Collectively, they tell a story of the lasting influences of his Pacific island upbringing and a former Christian missionary school called “Punahou.” Individually, they focus on topics such as: personal childhood experiences with Barack ("Barry") Obama; mixed-race life in Hawaii and lessons in diversity; student life at Punahou; and how Barack Obama’s vision and appeal are rooted in his formative years at Punahou School and in our 50th State, making it impossible to pigeon-hole him into the simplified categories that the media cannot seem to break away from. (8.5x11" pdf format -- 6x9" soft cover edition is also available on the Lulu Marketplace)< Less
A Tale Of Two Brothers (trade hardcover) By Dave Burgess
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In 2007, when Keith Kakugawa found himself on the streets of Downtown LA, fresh out of prison, he reached out to his high school friend, Senator Barack Obama. Unfortunately, he was portrayed as a... More > saboteur by a member of the Presidential election campaign. Though Keith felt left out to dry at a time when he could have used a hand up, he has remained faithful to his friend. Keith was known simply as "Ray" in Obama's book "Dreams From My Father." In the absence of Barack's father, and without any strong Black role models in his life, Barack forged a tight bond with Ray. Having lived in LA before Honolulu, Ray was an authentic example of the Black experience. For Barack, it was a time of exploration and reflection, of discovery about what it meant to be Black. Keith was also a big brother role model to Barack, during his search for identity and quest to be a man. One brother used that time of sharing toward becoming the President of the US, while the other took turns to becoming a convicted felon.< Less
A Tale Of Two Brothers (trade softcover) By Dave Burgess
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In 2007, when Keith Kakugawa found himself on the streets of Downtown LA, fresh out of prison, he reached out to his high school friend, Senator Barack Obama. Unfortunately, he was portrayed as a... More > saboteur by a member of the Presidential election campaign. Though Keith felt left out to dry at a time when he could have used a hand up, he has remained faithful to his friend. Keith was known simply as "Ray" in Obama's book "Dreams From My Father." In the absence of Barack's father, and without any strong Black role models in his life, Barack forged a tight bond with Ray. Having lived in LA before Honolulu, Ray was an authentic example of the Black experience. For Barack, it was a time of exploration and reflection, of discovery about what it meant to be Black. Keith was also a big brother role model to Barack, during his search for identity and quest to be a man. One brother used that time of sharing toward becoming the President of the US, while the other took turns to becoming a convicted felon.< Less
A Tale Of Two Brothers (trade softcover) By Dave Burgess
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In 2007, when Keith Kakugawa found himself on the streets of Downtown LA, fresh out of prison, he reached out to his high school friend, Senator Barack Obama. Unfortunately, he was portrayed as a... More > saboteur by a member of the Presidential election campaign. Though Keith felt left out to dry at a time when he could have used a hand up, he has remained faithful to his friend. Keith was known simply as "Ray" in Obama's book "Dreams From My Father." In the absence of Barack's father, and without any strong Black role models in his life, Barack forged a tight bond with Ray. Having lived in LA before Honolulu, Ray was an authentic example of the Black experience. For Barack, it was a time of exploration and reflection, of discovery about what it meant to be Black. Keith was also a big brother role model to Barack, during his search for identity and quest to be a man. One brother used that time of sharing toward becoming the President of the US, while the other took turns to becoming a convicted felon.< Less
1001 Flat World Tales By Jessica Yun et al.
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A "Flat Classroom" writing workshop between students of Korea International School (KIS) in Seoul, South Korea, Punahou High School in Honolulu, Hawaii, and Arapahoe High School in... More > Littleton, Colorado.< Less

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