A is for Aloha: 2nd edition

Hardback: $16.99
ISBN-13: 9780824876548
Published: September 2018

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64 pages | 50 color photos
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  • About the Book
  • A is for Aloha . . . Z is for Zori!

    This updated edition of Hawai‘i’s beloved alphabet book has been redesigned with bold color photographs featuring the islands’ unique cultures and natural beauty. Hawai‘i’s young children will delight in seeing their everyday pleasures—eating noodle soup, dancing hula, wearing plumeria lei, and watching birds and geckos. Children who live elsewhere will enjoy discovering the unfamiliar and be pleased to find similarities to their own lives. Parents and teachers will appreciate the section with information about the Aloha State, facts about the images that represent each letter, and expert guidance on sharing the book with their children.

  • About the Author(s)
    • Stephanie Feeney, Author

      Stephanie Feeney is professor emerita of education at the University of Hawai‘i, where she taught and administered early childhood education programs for many years.
    • Eva Moravcik, Author

      Eva Moravcik is professor of early childhood education at Honolulu Community College and coordinator of the Leeward Community College Children’s Center.
    • Jeff Reese, Photographer

      Jeff Reese works in Oregon as an education specialist for the Coast Guard and alternates his time between Hawai‘i and the Oregon coast. He has received a number of awards for his photography.
  • Reviews and Endorsements
    • Throughout, this bright, warm book embraces the diversity of Hawaii's people, landscape, flora and fauna and the wide range of outdoor activities that fill the lives of island children today. . . . A Is for Aloha earns its title.
      —Mindy Pennybacker, Honolulu Star-Advertiser
    • This second edition of A is for Aloha, written by early childhood educators Stephanie Feeney and Eva Moravcik, and photographed by Jeff Reese, portrays the beauty of Hawai‘i’s children and island experiences. The colorful pictures capture not only the spirit of aloha, but also the pure joy and delight of a child living in Hawai‘i.
      —Lynne Waihee, Read To Me International