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March 2009 Hawaii Books

More books expected to be published in March of 2009 will be listed on this page as soon as they are announced by the authors or publishers. Usually that happens about three to six months before the publication date.

Hawaii Travel Books Published March 2009

TITLE: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Explore, Discover
BOOK SERIES: America's National Parks
AUTHOR: Stephen Feinstein
PUBLISHER: Myreportlinks.com
DATE PUBLISHED: March 2009 (estimate)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 128
BINDING: Library Binding

TITLE: Fodor's In Focus Maui
AUTHOR: Fodor's
PUBLISHER: Fodor's
DATE PUBLISHED: March 24, 2009 (estimated)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 216
BINDING: Paperback
COVER IMAGE: fodors-in-focus-maui-2009-74x130.jpg

TITLE: Fodor's In Focus Oahu
AUTHOR: Fodor's
PUBLISHER: Fodor's
DATE PUBLISHED: March 24, 2009 (estimate)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 216
BINDING: Paperback
COVER IMAGE: fodors-in-focus-oahu-2009-74x130.jpg

Hawaii Culture and History Books Published March 2009

TITLE: Houses of Hawaii
AUTHOR: Don Hibbard
PUBLISHER: Acanthus Press
DATE PUBLISHED: March 15, 2009 (estimate)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 240
BINDING: Hardcover
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION The first book ever published on Hawaii's nineteenth century residential design, "Houses of Hawaii, 1840-1900" pulls together numerous images of nineteenth century domestic design in Hawaii, most of which have never been published before. Looking at almost forty individual residences, ranging from a thatched house to a palace, the book traces the complex and dramatic changes that shaped nineteenth century Hawaii as revealed by its houses and the stories they tell.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Don J. Hibbard served as an architectural historian and administrator for Hawaii's state historic preservation office for twenty four years. He is the author of The Role of Rock, a study of popular music as a reflection of youth culture, The View from Diamond Head, which traces the development of Waikiki from ancient times to the present, and Designing Paradise, a history of Hawaii s visitor industry, with an emphasis on neighbour island resorts and hotels. Now a freelance researcher, writer, and heritage specialist, he continues to nurture his broad-ranging interests in Hawaii's architecture and material culture. He lives with his wife and two children in Kaneohe.

TITLE: Talking Hawaii's Story Talking Hawaii's Story
BOOK SERIES: Biography Monograph Series
AUTHORs: Michi Kodama-Nishimoto, Warren S. Nishimoto, Cynthia A. Oshiro
PUBLISHER: University of Hawaii Press
DATE PUBLISHED: March 2009 (estimate)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 320
BINDING: Paperback
FULL TITLE: Talking Hawaii's Story: Oral Histories of an Island People
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: The first major book in over a generation to present a rich sampling of the landmark work of Hawaii's Center for Oral History, "Talking Hawaii's Story" preserves Hawaii's social and cultural history through the narratives of the people who lived it - co-workers, neighbors, family members, and friends. An introduction by Warren Nishimoto and Michi Kodama-Nishimoto provides historical context and information about the selection and collection methods. Interview subject photos and a guide for further reading are included as well.

Hawaii Cookbooks Published in March of 2009

TITLE: DK's Sushi Chronicles from Hawaii
AUTHOR: DAve Kodama and Bonnie Friedman
PUBLISHER: Ten Speed Press
DATE PUBLISHED: March 2009 (estimate)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 256
BINDING: Paperback
FULL TITLE: DK's Sushi Chronicles from Hawaii: Recipes from Sansei Seafood Restaurant & Sushi Bar

TITLE: Family-Style Meals at the Haliimaile General Store
AUTHOR: Beverly Gannon and Joan Namkoong
PUBLISHER: Ten Speed Press
DATE PUBLISHED: March 2009 (estimate)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 224
BINDING: Hardcover
Publisher's Description
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Fiction Hawaii Books Published in March of 2009 TITLE: Honolulu
AUTHOR: Alan Brennert
PUBLISHER: St. Martin's Press
DATE PUBLISHED: March 3, 2009 (estimate)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 384
BINDING: Paperback
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: "Honolulu" is the richly imagined story of Jin, a young picture bride who leaves her native Korea - where girls are so little valued that she is known as Regret - and journeys to Hawaii in 1914 in search of a better life. Instead of the prosperous young husband and the chance at an education she has been promised, Jin is quickly married off to a poor, embittered labourer who takes his disappointments out on his new wife, forcing her to make her own way in a strange land. Struggling to build a business with the help of her fellow picture brides, Jin finds both opportunity and prejudice, but ultimately transforms herself from a naive young girl into a resourceful woman. Prospering along with her adopted city, which is fast growing from a small territorial capital to the great multicultural city it is today, Jin can never forget the people she left behind in Korea, and returns one last time to make her peace with her former life. With its passionate knowledge of people and places in Hawaii far off the tourist track, "Honolulu" is a spellbinding story of the triumphs and sacrifices of the human spirit that is sure to become another reading group favourite.

TITLE: It's Hotter in Hawaii
AUTHOR: HelenKay Dimon
PUBLISHER: Brava
DATE PUBLISHED: March 31, 2009 (estimate)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 320
BINDING: Paperback
READING LEVEL: n/a
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PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: Cassie Montgomery was in no mood for messing Around - until she got an eyeful of the sizzling-hot miscreant breaking into her half-brother Dan’s Hawaii home. Turns out he’s not a criminal, but a friend who’s just as suspicious of Dan’s "accidental" death as she is. Cassie’s beyond tired of bashing heads with thick-skulled local law enforcement, so there’s only one thing for it: team up with Caleb Wilson, and try to keep her secrets - and hands - to herself. Having a gun trained on him is nothing new for Cal. But when said gun is brandished by a goddess sporting short-shorts, a bad attitude, and a hidden agenda? A man should consider his choices very carefully. Option one: Seduce first, ask questions later. Option two: Find out why she’s in his Air Force buddy’s torn-up house, then seduce her. Option three: Let the islands do their work and let the woman behind the weapon seduce him...

TITLE: Mahu: A Hawaiian Mystery
BOOK SERIES: A Kimo Kanapa Mystery
AUTHOR: Neil S. Plakcy
PUBLISHER: Alyson Books
DATE PUBLISHED: March 1, 2009 (estimate)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 317
BINDING: Paperback
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: Honolulu police detective Kimo Kanapaaka lives with a secret he barely acknowledges, even to himself. One night, he inadvertently sees someone dump a body in an alley outside a gay bar, and, because of his own inability to come to grips with his sexuality, makes a decision that threatens all that is important in his life - his career, his friendships, and his family.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Neil S. Plakcy is the author of the gay detective murder mystery series "Mahu" and has been a contributor to several Alyson anthologies. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared widely in the gay and lesbian press. He has taught various English and writing courses as an Adjunct Professor at Florida International University, Nova University and the University of Miami.

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