By Kahikahealani Wight
Illustrated by Robin Yoko Racoma
Do you sometimes feel so haole because the only Hawaiian word you know is "aloha"? Get local. This book will help. Written by one of Hawaii's foremost Hawaiian language educators, this new dictionary has been designed with both a Hawaiian-English and an English-Hawaiian section. Each section has over 2,500 words and will increase your Hawaiian vocabulary so that you could easily paddle out at Velzyland and fit right in. Just don't drop in on Johnny Boy...
© 1997, 272 pp, 8" x 10" hardcover.
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