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PARROT TALKS IN CHOCOLATE BOOK - SALE
Our Price: $16.00
Sale Price: $5.00
Everett Peacock - 9" x 6" - 162 pages - Softcover
In Hawaii, the Tiki Smiles! Find yourself at Tiwaka's Tiki Bar & Grill with a host of interesting characters. Beyond the resorts and beaches exists an island paradise you never knew existed.
A mythical Hawaiian tiki bar and its eclectic patrons help tell the story of our young hero as he discovers love in the tropics. Tiwaka the parrot, trades chocolate-covered nuts for words of wisdom, and watches the wild and often mystical adventures unfold.
HAWAI'I - CROSSWORDS & WORD SEARCH PUZZLES BOOK - SALE
Our Price: $5.50
Sale Price: $3.00
5-3/4" x 9" - 112 pages - black & white - Softcover
Test your knowledge of Hawaii and have fun with 90 different puzzles! Answers included.
HAWAII'S FLOWER LEIS - AN IDENTIFICATION GUIDE BOOK - SALE
Our Price: $12.00
Sale Price: $8.00
Laurie Shimizu Ide - 8 1/2" x 5 3/4" - 118 pages - color photos & illustrations - Softcover
The Hawaiian flower lei is known worldwide as a symbol of love, friendship, good luck, admiration, and embodies the aloha spirit. For centuries, visitors arriving and leaving the Islands have received colorful and fragrant flower leis as gifts. Today, leis are given to friends, lovers, relatives, teachers, coworkers, and coaches to celebrate all of life’s events such as birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, greetings and farewells, or simply to express aloha for others.
Hawaii’s Flower Leis is a colorful, pictorial guide to some of Hawaii’s most popular leis. Vivid photographs and descriptions help readers to identify the flowers by common, scientific and Hawaiian names. The lei associated with each island is also introduced along with lei-making methods, needles, and insights on the symbolism of the flowers, and the preservation and storage of leis.
HAW'N TROP FLOWER ARRANGING BOOK - SALE
Our Price: $15.00
Sale Price: $9.50
A Step-By-Step guide
Laurie Shimizu Ide - 8-1/2" x 11" - 64 pages - Color - Softcover
This book has simple step by step detailed instructions for 32 classic and contemporary flower arrangements that even a beginner can do. Included is a photographic chart of popular tropical flowers and foilage, flower care and handling tips, flower container ideas, equipment and supplies description, an explanation of the principles of design, a color wheel, and various foilage techniques.
HOW SIX LITTLE IPU GOT THEIR NAMES BOOK - SALE
Our Price: $10.50
Sale Price: $8.00
D. Brimmer, J. Coleson
8-1/2" x 11"- color illustrations - 32 pages - Hardcover - Audio CD
This book is an imaginative look into the life story of a hula implement. Separated from their vines at a tender age, the little gourds are taken to the home of a local implement maker. There they meet Uncle Ka Leo, a grand and grumpy ipu heke, who gives them tantalizing glimpses of what they someday may become. Even though the little gourds are frightened and insecure, sticking together gives them the courage that carries them safely through their many adventures. While one of the little gourds is constantly worried that his imperfection will be his downfall, it turns out in the end (as it does for many of us) that his imperfection is what makes him special and unique. As the hula students learn about their new implements, the little gourds learn about themselves as well. Once each girl finds the ipu hula they feel is really, really theirs, the little gourds find that they too have re-captured their long-lost feelings of "being connected." In spite of life's uncertainties and insecurities, this story reminds us all that happy endings are possible, even in the most unexpected of places.
HAWAII BAKES BOOK - SALE
Our Price: $18.00
Sale Price: $11.00
Cakes, Pies, Cookies, Biscuits & other Goodies!
Various contributors - 130 pages - 6-1/2" x 9" - Color Photos - Softcover
Hawaii has always been sweet on desserts, especially ones that require baking and fill kitchens with sweet, rich, enticing aromas.
presents a collection of goodies ranging from baked confections to frozen desserts with candy. There are some familiar delights with new twists, and also some offerings not typically found in local dessert books.
This delectable offering of desserts comes from friends, pastry chefs, culinary instructors, and dessert aficionados. Recipes include: Crunchy Banana Muffins, Coconut Lovers Shortbread, White Chocolate Chip Macadamia Nut Cookies, Pumpkin Haupia Squares, Pina Colada Pound Cake, Guava Marbled Cheesecake, Tiramisu, Guava Tarts, Jungle Monkey Bread, Papaya Pineapple Fruit Butter and many more. Yum!
SWEET DASH OF ALOHA BOOK - SALE
Our Price: $17.00
Sale Price: $10.50
Guilt-Free Hawaii Desserts and Snacks
Kapi'olani Community College/University of Hawaii - 6-1/2" x 9" - 190 Pages - Color Photos - Softcover/Spiralbound
Satisfy your sweet tooth with nearly 100 great recipes for delicious – and healthy – Hawaiian snacks and desserts. In this book, the chefs and faculty of the Kapi'olani Community College Culinary Arts Department present these healthful treats along with nutritional values, sensible alternatives, several gluten-free recipes, and tips from experts.
Recipes include: Almond Thumprint Jam Cookies, Spam-less Musubi,
Blackberry Slump, Garden Tacos, Fruit and Nut Bars, Tropical Fruit Pie, Near East Manapua, Eggnog Pudding, Baked Doughnuts and many more.
HAWAIIAN LUAU BOOK & CD - SALE
Our Price: $28.00
Sale Price: $19.00
Recipes, Music, and Talk Story
Sam Choy - The Makaha Sons - 6-1/2" x 9" - color photos - 164 pages - Softcover - CD
brings you his
favorite luau recipes
The Makaha Sons
prodvide a specially mixed CD of their favorite and most requested luau songs. The "Talk Story" section includes personal luau experiences from Sam and The Makaha Sons, history of the luau, how to do a traditional or "Tiki Time" luau, roasting a pig, planning, etc. "Recipe" section includes dozens of easy to follow recipes for traditional and mainland recipes for pork, chicken, beef, seafood, sides, sauces, pupus, desserts, and drinks: chicken laulau, poi, kalua pig or turkey, long rice, haupia, papaya salad, coconut taro, pineapple chutney, tequila grilled shrimp, banana poi, guava colada, and many more.
Audio CD includes:
Round in Waikiki / Ta-Ha-Ua-La, Lahaina Luna, Hopoe, Pidgin English Hula, Blue Hawaii, U'i, Keep Your Eyes On The Hands, Wahine Hele La, He Nani Mokihana, Kuhihewa, Ke Kali Nei Au / Hawaiian Wedding Song,
TATTOO ROAD TRIP BOOK - SALE
Our Price: $42.00
Sale Price: $20.00
Bob Baxter/Bernard Clark - 11"x9" - 160 pages - color / black & white photos - Hardcover
A witty yet informative text with lots of travel tips and pictures.
Intrepid Editor in Chief of Skin and Ink magazine, Bob Baxter and Bernard Clark take a road trip at the very birthplace of Polynesian tattooing, beautiful Samoa. This book captures the unspoiled home of the turquoise reefs, volcanic beaches, waterfalls, vermillion sunsets and hand tapped tribal tattoos. Learn local customs, meet legendary artists and visit secluded beaches. Get away from it all on this entertaining road trip to the jewel of the Pacific. Excellent book!
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Royse City, TX 75189
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