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2014 - Our Fortieth Anniversary
This year marks 40 years of publishing books – 38 years as Mutual Publishing and two years under a different name when we started.
During those forty years we have published over 600 books in all genres that have sold over 8.5 million copies. We now have over 450 active titles including those published under the BeachHouse imprint....
Ka Baibala Hemolele - The Hawaiian Bible
After ten-plus years, significant funding support from many foundations and individuals, and the work of dozens of scholars, teachers, and volunteers, Ka Baibala Hemolele is available in the new orthography, which uses diacritics. It is the first time that the Hawaiian language bible has been formatted and printed with diacritical marking. Baibala Hemolele – the Hawaiian Bible Project, a project of Partners in Development Foundation, initially began to electronically preserve the 1839, 1868, and 1994 printings of the Hawaiian Bible, but grew into a complete editing of the Bible to embrace the new orthography..
The original translation, completed in 1839, played a significant role in the development of the Hawaiian language as a written language, and it continues to be a major linguistic, cultural, and spiritual resource for the Hawaiian community and Hawaiian language students throughout the world.
Trim size: 6 x 9 inches; Page count: 1456 pp
Includes: presentation page, 6 maps, original study questions about the maps, genealogy pages, and an introduction by Baibala Hemolele Project Director Helen Kaupu Kaowili, ribbon marker
Click Here for Review from the February 2013 Issue of "Ka Wai Ola" courtesy of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs
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