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Hawaii Books Published in 2003

A collection of books about Hawaii that were published in 2003.

Remains of a Rainbow

AUTHOR: Middleton, Liittschwager, et al
PUBLISHER: National Geographic
DATE PUBLISHED: October 1, 2003
NUMBER OF PAGES: 264
DIMENSIONS: 12.0 x 10.9 x 0.7 inches
BINDING: Paperback
FULL TITLE: Remains of a Rainbow: Rare Plants and Animals of Hawaii PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: Renowned natural history photographers David Liittschwager and Susan Middleton have devoted the last decade to capturing images of endangered plants and animals in the United States. Remains of a Rainbow, their groundbreaking and unprecedented coverage of the Hawaiian Islands, transforms these statistics into living beings with faces, unique characteristics, and beauty, through vivid and poignant photographic portraits. With more than 300 images, this splendidly vibrant volume will be showcased in traveling museum exhibitions over the next three years at major natural history venues. Remains of a Rainbow focuses on the native species that have evolved on the islands of Hawaii, one of the biologically richest places on Earth, and also one of the most threatened. Working closely with expert field biologists, Liittschwager and Middleton capture images of ecosystems full of new discoveries (species not yet known to science), rediscoveries (species thought to be extinct), and the exotic habitats in which these species fight to survive. The text and elegant photographs tell a powerful story - of the rare creatures of the world, of little-seen habitats in the wild, of human interference that threatens their survival, and of the people who devote their lives to preserving them.

Hula Vintage Hawaiian Graphics
AUTHOR AND EDITOR: Jim Heimann
PUBLISHER: Taschen
DATE PUBLISHED: October 2003
NUMBER OF PAGES: 192
DIMENSIONS: 8.2 x 5.6 x 0.5 inches
BINDING: Paperback FULL TITLE:

Then There Were None
AUTHOR: Martha H. Noyes
PUBLISHER: Bess Press
DATE PUBLISHED: October 1, 2003
NUMBER OF PAGES: 120
DIMENSIONS: 6.3 x 5.1 x 0.5 inches
BINDING: Hardcover

Voices from the Straw Mat
AUTHOR: Chan E. Park
DATE PUBLISHED: March, 2003
BINDING: Hardcover
FULL TITLE: Voices from the Straw Mat: Toward an Ethnography of Korean Story Singing (Hawaii Studies on Korea)

I Myself Have Seen It
AUTHOR: Susanna Moore
PUBLISHER: National Geographic
DATE PUBLISHED: April 1, 2003
NUMBER OF PAGES: 192
DIMENSIONS: 8.1 x 5.7 x 0.8 inches
BINDING: Hardcover
FULL TITLE: I Myself Have Seen It: The Myth of Hawai'i

Great Chefs of Hawaii
AUTHOR: Kaui Philpotts
DATE PUBLISHED: May, 2003
BINDING: Spiral Bound


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