Hawaii Is a Rainbow


Author: Stephanie Feeney

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

ISBN: 9780824810078

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 64

View: 4372

Explores the natural wonders, people, and customs of Hawaii, in photographs grouped by color. A section in the back of the book provides additional information.

"A" Is for Aloha


Author: Stephanie Feeney

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

ISBN: 9780824807221

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 64

View: 6516

Introduces the English alphabet with words representing significant elements of Hawaiian culture.

Planning a Theme-based Curriculum

Goals, Themes, Activities, and Planning Guides for 4s and 5s


Author: Carla F. Berry,Gayle Mindes

Publisher: Good Year Books

ISBN: 9780673464095

Category: Education

Page: 149

View: 5832

Here is a complete curriculum planning model designed specifically for theme-based teaching with four-and five-year olds. The authors outline the principles they used to design a curriculum now in use and show how they implemented it using the best practice in early childhood education.

Hawaii End of the Rainbow


Author: Kazuo Miyamoto

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 1462902138

Category: Fiction

Page: 512

View: 1900

This is the story of the Japanese who immigrated to Hawaii around the turn of the present century, worked as forced laborers on the sugar plantations, and afterwards remained in Hawaii to work as free men and to raise families. It is the story also of their children, born and raised in Hawaii, and who, during World War II, won fame and glory for themselves and their country on the bloody battlefields of Italy and southern Europe. But more than all of this, it is the story of the fate of the original immigrants during World War II. Rounded up by a panic-stricken American Government after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, these people were sent to the mainland to spend the war years being confined in one refugee camp after another, all while their sons were winning fame as American combat troops. And finally, it is the story of these elderly people who, at the end of the war, became free men once again and were allowed to return to their beloved Hawaii to live out their lives in peace.

Out of the Blue

A 24-Hour Skywatcher's Guide


Author: John Naylor

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521809252

Category: Nature

Page: 360

View: 2283

A 24-hour practical guide to skywatching.


Voice of the People


Author: Rick Carroll

Publisher: Bess Press

ISBN: 157306257X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 182

View: 7721

Here, nine years after his death at the age of 38, is the full story of how a local Hawaiian boy rose to unrivaled celebrity on the strength of his one-in-a-million voice and a four-string ukulele. It is a story about fame and celebrity and triumph over adversity, about a boy who rose from humble origins, overcame drugs, youth gangs, and the loss of his parents and his only brother to give hope to others. It is the story of a man who stood up for his people at a critical junction in Hawaiian history to demand justice and sovereignty and became the voice of a nation. It is the story of the Hawaiian singer who attracted a worldwide audience with a single song about a rainbow. Featuring many never-before-published photos and based on scores of personal interviews, articles, and anecdotes from family, friends, recording artists, and fans, this definitive chronicle examines the life and times of Israel Kamakawiwoole, one of Hawaiis greatest musicians.

Steppin' on a Rainbow


Author: Kinky Friedman

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780671047443

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

View: 5032

When his friend mysteriously vanishes while in Hawaii, Kinky Friedman, accompanied by Stephanie DuPont and V. I. Rambam, journey to Hawaii and embark on a dangerous adventure filled with ancient myths, sacrificial cults, totems, and taboos. Reprint.

Both Ends of the Rainbow

Lomilomi ~ a Healing Journey


Author: Gloria Ku'uleialoha Coppola

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 145257412X

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 194

View: 2246

“The patterns of these stories create the spiral of inner focus like moving into inner consciousness with hypnosis.” ~ SANDY FRITZ, massage therapist, educator, author “Both Ends Of The Rainbow is a sacred gift to the world! This is a blessing of Hawaiian wisdom handed down through the ages by the Hawaiian elders with whom she has trained, and imbued it with her own magic elixir of aloha. It has the ability to affect change on a global level by opening the portal to forgiveness, release, and unconditional aloha.” ~ ANN DUNIKUS, author of The Wonderful Wizard of Is “I know Gloria Coppola to be a masterful teacher and healer. Beautifully written, Both Ends of the Rainbow is a powerful reflection of her great wisdom. A must read for all those on a spiritual journey” ~ KARLA LEE LAVOIE, author of For Time and All Eternity: Love Never Dies “This book is both a personal sharing of spiritual healing and an introduction to the Hawaiian lomilomi path. It will inspire you to explore, and live the deep and profound teachings found in ancient Hawaiian wisdom.” ~ DEBORAH LLOYD, author of Believe and it is True: A Story of Healing and Life Lessons

The Rainbow Zhanlue



Author: Jack D. Waggoner

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1465308385

Category: Fiction

Page: 407

View: 6117

A state visit to China during the first year in office is unprecedented for a U.S. president, but Barack Obama has made it. Moreover, the fact that President Obama spent four days and three nights of his seven-day visit to four Asian nations in Beijing and Shanghai has demonstrated the importance his administration attaches to China and to Sino-U.S. relations in its global strategy. Six other U.S. presidents (Nixon, Ford, Reagan, Bush Sr., Clinton, and Bush Jr.) visited China during their terms in office, but none went within the first year, and none went having accepted more than ten million dollars in campaign funds from their host. The meeting between the American President, President Hu, and Jet How Chung precipitated the violent reaction of the commander-in-chief that took place on Air Force One as it sat on the tarmac in Beijing, November 2009. This is a work of fiction, however, the facts and figures quoted are historically accurate. Most statistical data came from the Congressional Record or from accredited news sources. Some of the figures who appear, however, do so under their own names.

A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language

To which is Appended an English-Hawaiian Vocabulary and a Chronological Table of Remarkable Events


Author: Lorrin Andrews

Publisher: N.A


Category: English language

Page: 559

View: 6383

Hawaiian Mythology


Author: Martha Warren Beckwith

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

ISBN: 9780824805142

Category: Fiction

Page: 571

View: 1937

Ku and Hina-man andwoman-were the great ancestral gods of heaven and earth for the ancientHawaiians. They were life's fruitfulness and all the generations of mankind, both those who are to come and those already born. The Hawaiian gods werelike great chiefs from far lands who visited among the people, entering their dailylives sometimes as humans or animals, sometimes taking residence in a stone orwooden idol. As years passed, the families of gods grew and included thetrickster Maui, who snared the sun, and fiery Pele of the volcano. Ancient Hawaiian lived bythe animistic philosophy that assigned living souls to animals, trees, stones, stars, and clouds, as well as to humans. Religion and mythology were interwovenin Hawaiian culture; and local legends and genealogies were preserved in song, chant, and narrative. Martha Beckwith was thefirst scholar to chart a path through the hundreds of books, articles, andlittle-known manuscripts that recorded the oral narratives of the Hawaiianpeople. Her book has become a classic work of folklore and ethnology, and thedefinitive treatment of Hawaiian mythology. With an introduction by Katherine Luomala.

Remains of a Rainbow

Rare Plants and Animals of Hawaii


Author: David Liittschwager,W. S. Merwin,Susan Middleton

Publisher: National Geographic

ISBN: 9780792262466

Category: Nature

Page: 263

View: 4888

'Remains of a Rainbow' glories in flora and fauna found nowhere else on our planet, lush tropical blossoms bursting with color, tiny flowers so rare that scarcely a dozen wild specimens have been found; quick-footed beetles that sparkle like living jewels; fish that can climb 1,000-foot waterfalls, noble, magnificent birds - more than 140 creatures and plants in all, each captured in fullcolor and black-and-white photographs and a concise yet detailed individual description. From the rainbow-eye damselfly to the Crested Honeycreeper, the Kamehameha butterfly to the hidden-petaled abutilon, the Mauna Loa vampire bug to the Laysan Finch, all are vulnerable and many are endangered. A few of these species are on the very brink of extinction. The delicate balance of their environment, intact for millions of years, has been upset by invaders from the outside world.

Ansel Adams at 100

die grosse Retrospektive


Author: John Szarkowski

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783884725085

Category: Photography, Artistic

Page: 192

View: 5822

The Little Hawaiian Rainbow


Author: Island Heritage Publishing

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780896103535

Category: Color

Page: 16

View: 9598

Tells the story of how a little rainbow came to gray Hawaii and gave it all its colors.

Tropical Bob's Where to Eat in Hawaii


Author: Bob Kasher

Publisher: Perpetual Summer Press

ISBN: 9780973433326

Category: Travel

Page: 151

View: 3653

A guide to what's ethnic, what's unique, and what's great in cuisine in the Hawaiian Islands. Unique in its scope it covers restaurants, cafes, bakeries, markets, even street vendors on all the islands giving you a comprehensive range of culinary delights to enjoy. A true insider's guide written by a Native Hawaiian.