2 edition of Hawaiian reader found in the catalog.
A. Grove Day
|Statement||selected and edited by A. Grove Day and Carl Stroven. With an introd. by James A. Michener|
|Series||Popular library edition|
|Contributions||Stroven, Carl, 1901-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||349|
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A Hawaiian Reader Mass Market Paperback – January 1, by A. Grove Hawaiian reader book (Author), Carl Stroven (Author), C. Stroven (Editor) & 0 more out of 5 stars 3 ratings5/5(3).
A Hawaiian Reader book. Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Great writers present in fact and fiction the tropic paradise tha /5. Hawaiian reader. New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts  (OCoLC) Online version: Day, A.
Grove (Arthur Grove), Hawaiian reader. New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A Grove Day; Carl Stroven; James A Michener.
The strengths of A Hawaiian Reader, published in tandem with Hawaii’s statehood inalso exposes a historical fault line: the book starts off with an excerpt from Cook’s vivid journals, which the editors title “The Discovery of the Hawaiian Islands.”Author: Mike Dillon. The triumphant true story of the native Hawaiian cowboys who crossed the Pacific to shock America at the world rodeo championships.
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This book is a well told history of the Polynesian Renaissance and the resurgence of a proud cultural heritage. This book sits next to a copy of Vikings of the Sunrise written in by Peter Buck. I believe these two books to be essential reading for any one interested in Polynesian culture past and present.
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Local authors. Local books. Any kine reads. This beautifully illustrated book tells the tale of a native Hawaiian tree snail and the struggle to survive in a forest full of deadly invasive species. Sadly, this is the reality of native plants and animals in Hawaii; of the 99 species of Hawaiian tree snails, 74 are already story has impacted local readers who were taught at a young age to mālama ʻāina (take care of the land.
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The film is based on the novel by Hawaiian native Kaui Hart Hemmings about Matt King -- an aptly named character who’s a descendant of Hawaiian royalty. Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find A Hawaiian Reader () by A. Grove Day; Carl St. Get this from a library.
A Hawaiian reader. [A Grove Day; Carl Stroven;] -- This anthology contains thirty-seven selections from the work of thirty authors who have written about Hawaii. The selections have been arranged in chronological order by date of incident or setting. This anthology contains thirty-seven selections from the work of thirty authors who have written about Hawaii.
The selections have been arranged in chronological order by date of incident or setting, starting with the discovery of the islands by Captain Cook.
Five pieces representing ancient Hawaiian literature and lore have been placed at the end of the book. The book gives readers a look into the life of a true Hawaiian during the ‘60s and ‘70s and recounts the life of a legend that died much too soon.
Call. The short personal travel stories make this book a great beach read. Eddie Would Go: The Story of Eddie Aikau, Hawaiian Hero and Pioneer of Big Wave Surfing by Stuart Holmes Coleman If you ever spent time in Hawaii, you may have noticed t-shirts and stickers with the phrase “Eddie would go” or heard about the Quiksilver Big Wave.
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The Hawaiian Discovery After my daughter-in-law Jean and I wrote The Hawaiian Quilt, readers began asking us if there was going to be a sequel. We talked about the possibility, and soon our thoughts took us to the Island of Kauai, as we began plotting for a second book—The Hawaiian Discovery. Since Jean and I have visited the Hawaiian Islands.
Arista combed through Hawaiian language documents to recount the history of the encounter between Hawaiian and non-native people in the 19th century.
The book addresses political formation, indigenous law and encounters with missionaries and traders. Arista’s research involved travel to archives in Massachusetts and England.
Reading a book about Hawaii, or Honolulu, written by a local gives the reader a different perspective about a culture that is often represented by its “tourist culture”, for good or bad.
Specialty bookstores abound, from Na Mea Hawaii for all things Hawaiian to Jelly’s for used books. But the places in town to shop for mass-market and literary books has shrunk to two.
Secondly, from the vantage point of Hawaiian oral narrative the book directs the reader into similar material from peoples elsewhere in Polynesia who are closely related to the Hawaiians, reminding him of relevant narratives from areas west of Polynesia and occasionally even east of Hawaii.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Hawaii. A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Hawaii: Hawaiian Tariff, and Digest of the Laws and Regulations of the Customs, Pilot and Harbor Regulations, Position and Bearings of Light Houses, Currency Tables, Postage Rates, List of Diplomatic and Consular Agents, &c.
(Honolulu: Printed at the Gazette Office, ), ed. by John A. book translation in English-Hawaiian dictionary. Showing page 1. Found 5 sentences matching phrase "book".Found in 0 ms. Translation memories are created by. The book also does a fine job of highlighting some noteworthy quirks about modern-day Hawaiian culture--in particular, that uniquely Hawaiian vocabulary.
The best part is: after reading this book, you'll be much more in tune with the lingo in "The Descendants". Highly recommended. A reader requests expansion of this book to include more material. You can help by adding new material (learn how) or ask for assistance in the reading room.
Welcome to the Hawaiian Wikibook, a free textbook on the Hawaiian language. The Ka Wana series, part of the Pihana Nā Mamo Native Hawaiian education program, offers new insight into the philosophy and way of life of Native Hawaiian raised in these traditions will find memorable recollections, while those unfamiliar with Native Hawaiian values and practices will find insights and guidance.
The premier book on Hawaiian mythology written inbut reads like it was written today. If you are planning to visit Hawaii, you should learn about the people of Hawaii and this book tells you a lot about their ancient culture.
04 of Hawaiian Dictionary. Swaying palm trees, grass skirts, and the strumming of a ukulele - take the children on a virtual trip to the Hawaiian Islands with a pineapple a coconut tasting, white sand and paper umbrellas in the sensory box.
Decorate an ALOHA poster, and sing an island song. Welcome to Hawaiian Electric's homepage. Our website has resources and information about renewable and clean energy initiatives. One of them is the book entitled Let's Make Desserts!: By a Young Cook (English and Hawaiian Edition) By Punahele Svendsen.
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Thirty-seven selections from the literature of the past hundred years, including such writers as Mark Twain, Robert Louis Stevenson and James Jones. Editors: A. Grove Day and Carl Stroven. This Hawaiian language algebra book published in is apart of The University of California Libraries Rare books collection.
Two works issued together with general t.-p.: the first ( p.) is a translation by A. Bishop of the author's First lessons in algebra; the second (, 45 p., with special t.-p.
dated ) is L. Andrew's Ke anahonua (geometry). ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i, the Hawaiian language, originating from Polynesia, uses 13 letters: 5 vowels and 8 consonants, including the glottal stop called ‘okina. Prior to the arrival of missionaries in the early 19th century, the Hawaiian language was strictly communicated orally.
Education was touted by the Europeans who settled on the Hawaiian. I didn’t know anything about the harvesting of sugar cane or Hawaiian sugar plantations before reading this eye-opening novel. One of the main characters, who plays a large role in the past and the present of the book, grew up on the sugar plantation that the town of Hilo grew up around.
Artwork for Hawaiian cultivar headings by Sig Zane. The information contained in this book is not intended to serve as a replacement for professional medical advice. Any use of the information in this book is at the reader's discretion. The authors and publisher specifically.
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Alohi. Chapter 2: O'ahu's POV "Hawaii is going to get into a lot of trouble if she keeps this up. I'm honestly worried for her," I say to the other while we're in the plane.
Me, Ni'ihau, Moloka'i, Lana'i, Maui, Kaho'olawe and Kaua'i were flying to my home island. Synonyms for reader include bibliophile, bookworm, anthology, bibliomaniac, booklover, editor, peruser, primer, proofreader and scholar.
Find more similar words at. Also, the book is turning 50 this year — just like the state — so its depiction of contemporary Hawaii is a little dated, despite Michener's impressively multicultural, multi-era sweep.A picture book biography of Jadav Payeng who, as a boy, was distressed by the destructive deforestation and erosion in India's Brahmaputra River region, so he began planting trees.
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