Hali‘a Aloha Series Collection (2020 Releases)
Hali‘a Aloha Series Collection (2020 Releases)
Hali‘a Aloha Series Collection (2020 Releases)
Hali‘a Aloha Series Collection (2020 Releases)
Hali‘a Aloha Series Collection (2020 Releases)
Hali‘a Aloha Series Collection (2020 Releases)
Hali‘a Aloha Series Collection (2020 Releases)

Hali‘a Aloha Series Collection (2020 Releases)

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A three-volume collection of Hali‘a Aloha Series books by series editor Darien Hsu Gee and award-winning authors Sally-Jo Bowman and Frances Kakugawa. 

Huaka‘i Hele: Long Voyage
by Sally-Jo Keala-o-Ānuenue Bowman
A Hawaiian girl began without a Hawaiian name, when being Native Hawaiian wasn’t cool. When a high school classmate gave Sally-Jo Bowman a Hawaiian name in 1956, she ignored it because it wasn’t “official” and she focused on becoming a journalist. Yet, over many years, “Keala-o-Ānuenue,” The Path of The Rainbow, crept subliminally into what she chose to write about and how she wrote. Eventually that pathway surfaced and became front and center in her heart and mind. 

The Kindergarten Dropout of Kapoho
by Frances H. Kakugawa
Who knew a “kindergarten dropout” could make it so far? Restless and headstrong, Frances Kakugawa was raised amid the anti-Japanese fervor of wartime Hawai‘i. Back then, she longed to leave her hardscrabble hometown in the shadow of Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, with its kerosene lamps and outhouses stocked with Sears catalogs for toilet paper. As a child, Kakugawa pretended she was the long-lost daughter of the emperor who would reclaim her and restore her to her royal life—perhaps tomorrow, or maybe the next day. The imperial carriage never arrived, but Kakugawa did follow the path of her dreams, building a career as a teacher, an acclaimed poet and a nationally recognized authority on family caregiving and education.

Allegiance
by Darien Hsu Gee
What does it mean to be Chinese American? How are we reflected in the people we love, and us in them? What obligation do we have to those who share our blood, and how does a woman claim her life as her own? In vivid and evocative flashes of prose, Darien Hsu Gee dissects her beliefs and navigates the complexity of family dynamics in search of her identity. An Editor’s Pick, BookLife (Publisher’s Weekly).

Save 25% off the individual book prices (normally $16 each) with this special bundle!


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