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Kamehameha Publishing


Kamehameha Publishing


1. Ke Ki‘owai ‘o Honokawailani: A Tale of ‘Ewa O‘ahu

By the students of Ke Kula Kaiapuni ‘o Waiau - Includes audio CD, $16.


2. Hanau ka Ua: Hawaiian Rain Names

By Collette Leimomi Akana with Kiele Gonzalez - Illustrations by Sig Zane Winner: 2017 Samuel M. Kamakau Award for the Hawai‘i Book of the Year (presented by the Hawai‘i Book Publishers Association this past June), $30.


3. Hulili: Multidisciplinary Research on Hawaiian Well-Being, Volume 10

Special Anniversary Issue - Co-edited by Shawn Mālia Kana‘iaupuni, RaeDeen M. Keahiolalo, and Brandon Ledward, $20.


4. Kamehameha: The Rise of a King

By David Kāwika Eyre - Illustrations by Brook Kapūkuniahi Parker, $12.


5. Kukulu

Hawaiian Playing Cards, $10.


6. Pahana ‘Aina Lupalupa

Hawaiian culture-based, leveled science reader series in English and Hawaiian languages - Priced in packs from $15 - $50.


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