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Boi No Good
ISBN: 1566479800
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Boi No Good
McKinney's new dark novel traces the lives and conflicts of three foster sibling children through adulthood set against a social milieu of ethnic and class division.
$15.95


Exalted Sits the Chief: The Ancient History of Hawaii Island (softcover)
ISBN: 1566473403
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Exalted Sits the Chief: The Ancient History of Hawaii Island (softcover)
"Exalted Sits the Chief" is one of the most important books ever published in the field of Hawaiian archeology and history.
$24.95


Child of the Storm
ISBN: 1566479665
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Child of the Storm
Chris O'Rourke was a shy, young Irish boy from New Jersey who had an affinity for playing in the water. When his family was unexpectedly forced to flee their East Coast home and lavish lifestyle, they journeyed as far west as possible. Upon reaching the s
$16.95


A Hawaiian Reader
ISBN: 0935180079
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A Hawaiian Reader
Thirty-seven selections from the literature of the past hundred years, including such writers as Mark Twain, Robert Louis Stevenson and James Jones.
$7.95


Blue of Capricorn
ISBN: 0935180362
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Blue of Capricorn
"There is a place where the Pacific coldly smokes. Sometimes it is only a thin razor-sharp tendril of steam. Other times there is a great churning wall of vapor; gray, dense, impenetrable, ominous ... "
$5.95


The Bone Hook
ISBN: 1566478766
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The Bone Hook
The Bone Hook is the late Ian MacMillan's third Hawaii novel and is published posthumously. Ian passed away--too soon--in 2008.
$13.95


Dusty Exile
ISBN: 1566472741
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Dusty Exile
An engaging and intimate memoir dealing with a tragic and inexcusable episode of American history.
$10.95


Hawaii and Its People
ISBN: 1566477050
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Hawaii and Its People
From its beginning in the mists of the Polynesian past, the story of the peopling of the Hawaiian Islands has been one of the most exotic of any state of the Union. Professor Day reveals the changing phases of island society from a kingdom to a polyracial
$10.95


Hawaiian Family Album
ISBN: 1566478707
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Hawaiian Family Album
Kaopio retells his grandmother's once-forbidden stories, each accompanied by a vibrant mouth-brush painting.
$13.95


Six Months in the Sandwich Islands - large format
ISBN: 1566478499
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Six Months in the Sandwich Islands - large format
This Victorian travel book sold out in England in 1875, two years after author Isabella Bird made her meticulously observed journey through Hawaii.
$10.95


If You Live in a Small House
ISBN: 1566479274
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If You Live in a Small House
A story of 1950s Hawaii.
$13.95


Kalaupapa In Poetry
ISBN: 0984445803
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Kalaupapa In Poetry
Kalaupapa In Poetry is an expression of faith, hope, and enduring love by one whose "personal odyssey" to that isolated spot began when he visited his brother who had been sent thre years earlier.
$19.99


The Polynesian Family System in Kau, Hawaii (large format)
ISBN: 156647812X
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The Polynesian Family System in Kau, Hawaii (large format)
This insightful study of the Hawaiian family, first published in the 1950's, explored the manners and customs accompanying the cycles of life from birth, marriage, sexual practices, religious beliefs, and family relations through death and afterlife.
$11.95


Queen of Tears (mass market)
ISBN: 1566476089
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Queen of Tears (mass market)
Chris McKinney's The Queen of Tears is the story of Soong Nan Lee, a former Seoul movie star, exploring her familial struggles and her childhood trek across war-torn Korea.
$7.95


Best South Sea Stories
ISBN: 1566477719
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Best South Sea Stories
New large format edition. Fifteen writers capture all the romance and exotic adventure of the legendary South Pacific, including James A. Michener, James Norman Hall, Sommerset Maugham and Herman Melville.
$10.95


Bolohead Row
ISBN: 1566477220
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Bolohead Row
Bolohead Row is the story of a Honolulu family surviving the only way they know how, through the numbing affects of various addictions; alcohol, drugs -- or computer games.
$13.95


Dramas of Kalalau
ISBN: 1566478278
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Dramas of Kalalau
Journey the treacherous eleven-mile trail along Kauai's Na Pali Coast into one of nature's most extraordinary wonders-Kalalau Valley.
$13.95


The Far Lands
ISBN: 1566475139
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The Far Lands
Celebrated author (Mutiny on the Bounty, The Hurricane, My Island Home), tells the exciting story of a young Tongan chief and his love for the daughter of his enemy.
$5.95


Written in the Sky
ISBN: 1566477239
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Written in the Sky
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
$10.95


Honolulu Stories (hardcover)
ISBN: 1566478510
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Honolulu Stories (hardcover)
Hawaii has never seen a book like this. More than 1100 pages, with more than 350 selections by more than 250 authors in nine languages, with translations.
$45.00


A Kauai Reader: The Exotic Literary Heritage of the Garden Island
ISBN: 1566478324
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A Kauai Reader: The Exotic Literary Heritage of the Garden Island
Legendary characters, myths, tales, historical accounts and modern day vignettes of the Garden Island including Niihau. Modern accounts include Hurricane Iniki, Frank Sinatra's near-drowning on Kauai and two contemporary surf stories.
$13.95


Kona: A Novel of Two Generations in Hawaii
ISBN: 0935180206
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Kona: A Novel of Two Generations in Hawaii
Set during a time of transition -- plantation life was ending and World War II was looming on the horizon -- Kona follows the lives of an interracial family.
$6.95


Mark Twain in Hawaii: Roughing It in the Sandwich Islands
ISBN: 0935180931
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Mark Twain in Hawaii: Roughing It in the Sandwich Islands
The noted humorist's account of his 1866 trip to Hawaii at a time when the Islands were more for the natives than the tourists. Includes an introductory essay from Mad About Islands by A. Grove Day and 16 pages of illustrations.
$5.95


Mililani Mauka
ISBN: 1566478693
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Mililani Mauka
Hawaii's break-through novelist, Chris McKinney, has written a fourth novel that continues to delve deep into the heart of Hawaiis dark side.
$12.95


My Island Home
ISBN: 1566474485
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My Island Home
First-hand account of author James Norman (The Bounty Trilogy) in this magnificent place where he was, according to James Michener, "the most universally loved American ever to have lived in Tahiti."
$5.95


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