There are lots of guides to the flora and fauna of Hawai‘i. Bird guides. Fish guides. Flower guides. Tree guides. Wildlife guides. Guides of all sorts, really. It seems that the individual guides are the vast majority of what is available, and for the person interested in the broader natural history & nature in general in Hawai‘i, options are limited, with most being out-of-print.
Anaina Hou Community Park is shining light on social issues starting Monday, Feb. 17, at the inaugural Social Awareness Film Festival.
Treat your darling to an evening with a classic movie, stone crab and lobster and sunset under the palm trees at Koloa Landing’s Valentine’s Day event, “Romance Under the Stars.”
One of the interesting things that happens in the bookstore is we will every once in a while receive in the mail a sample copy of a new book that has been released. Often times, major publishers will send out what are called “advance reader copies” to stimulate interest in retail stores to encourage them to preorder books that are soon to be released as well.