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November 30, 2012

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    The O'o bird (pronounced oh-oh) only became extinct in 1987. This story reflects the importance of preserving the indigineous birds of Hawaii. See pic of cover page under photo albums
  • Written by Gale Bates, Illustrated by Carole McCarty: GUAVA BEAR
    A great little story - a true story - about a trained bear who got lost in the Koolau mountains and even after they searched with the National Guard was never caught, but was sited many years after eating guavas in the mountains. See pic of cover page under photo albums
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    Available Amazon or Island Heritage. See cover pic under photo albums. Tutu Nene was published in 1994 and is still selling. It is in most airport stores and museums and national park shops around Hawaii. It is a wonderful tale of a young Nene who doesn't listen to her Tutu (Grandmother) and teaches children a great lesson to listen to their elders. The Nene is the State Bird of Hawaii and is an endangered species because man has taken over its habitat and its biggest predators are mongoose and feral cats.

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