The Hungry Puaa and the Sweet Sweet Potato (Keiki Book Review)

by Misty on September 29, 2012
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This review is part of our ‘Book Fair and Blog-a-Thon Benefit‘ for First Book-Oahu. Six keiki books in six hours!

Well it’s almost six hours later and here I am with sixth and final keiki book review …

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The Legend of Kuamoo Mookini and Hamumu, the Great Whale (Keiki book review)

by Misty on September 29, 2012
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Well, here is my last review for the blog-a-thon. It’s a keiki book from Kamahoi Press, an imprint of Bishop Museum Press. Proceeds from the sale of these books support Bishop Museum, so it’s a great way to support …

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From Hawaii with Aloha, Grandma and Grandpa (Keiki Book Review)

by Alex on September 29, 2012
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This review is part of our ‘Book Fair and Blog-a-Thon Benefit‘ for First Book-Oahu. Six keiki books in six hours!

Four hours in and things are heating up! For my next keiki book review I will take …

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Surf’s Up for Kimo (Keiki book review)

by Misty on September 29, 2012
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We’re very excited that this award winning book has just come out as an ebook! There’s audio and sound effects to help your keiki read along and the colors just pop on a digital screen.

To celebrate, we’re doing a …

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Kahalaopuna (Keiki Book Review)

by Alex on September 29, 2012
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This review is part of our ‘Book Fair and Blog-a-Thon Benefit‘ for First Book-Oahu. Six keiki books in six hours!

James Rumford is one of the classic names in Hawaii illustration. Both an exceptional author and illustrator, …

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Eddie Wen’ Go (keiki book review)

by Misty on September 29, 2012
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There are few real life local heroes as well known as Eddie Aikau. A legendary waterman whose name is synonymous with courage and sacrifice, his tale is both sad and uplifting the way many ocean tales are. In a beautiful …

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My Name is Makia–A Memoir of Kalaupapa (book review)

by Misty on September 29, 2012
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[gn_quote]Kalaupapa started to be like a playground for me. School only for three hours in the morning, seven-thirty to ten-thirty. All I cared was I didn’t have to work taro patch anymore. On Oahu every weekend my parents made us…
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Book End: Weekend of September 28, 2012

by Alex on September 28, 2012
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It’s time…it’s time…it’s Book End Time! Welcome to this week’s Book End, highlighting the week’s literary and library events here in Hawaiʻi.

Support our local literary scene and our local libraries by attending these events.  Have a great weekend, …

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Huki-Links: September 27, 2012

by Alex on September 27, 2012
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Welcome to Huki Links – highlighting some of our favorite literary links and more over the past week from across the ‘net!  For more about Huki-Links, check out our inaugural post.

The best part of the “huki” is that …

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Book Fair and Blog-a-Thon Benefit!

by Misty on September 26, 2012
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This weekend, Sept. 29th and 30th,  First Book Oahu is having a Book Fair Fundraiser at Barnes & Noble! Make any purchase, EVEN at the coffee shop, at any B&N or online using the code 10886000, and help First …

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Book End: Weekend of September 21, 2012

by Alex on September 21, 2012
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It’s time…it’s time…it’s Book End Time! Welcome to this week’s Book End, highlighting the week’s literary and library events here in Hawaiʻi.

Support our local literary scene and our local libraries by attending these events.  Have a great weekend, …

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