A is for Aloha Z is for Zori This updated edition of Hawai i s beloved alphabet book has been redesigned with bold color photographs featuring the islands unique cultures and natural beauty Hawai i s young children will delight in seeing their everyday pleasures eating noodle soup, dancing hula, wearing plumeria lei, and watching birds and geckos Children who live elsewhere will enjoy discovering the unfamiliar and be pleased to find similarities to their own lives Parents and teachers will appreciate the section with information about the Aloha State, facts about the images that represent each letter, and expert guidance on sharing the book with their children


10 thoughts on “A is for Aloha

  1. Jody Jody says:

    Recently passed this book on to our grandson during a vacation on Maui and the brilliant 2 year old had mastered all the letters by the end of the trip


  2. Dolly Dolly says:

    This is a simple alphabet book with gorgeous black and white photographs that depict the items, but also offer a glimpse into Hawaiian culture Published in 1980, the book is obviously dated, but mainly in the dress and hairstyles of the people But it does not detract from the book, instead offering a brief glimpse back in time 30 years


  3. Aubrey Aubrey says:

    An ABC s book with great black white photographs Each letter relates to Hawaiian culture with a strong emphasis on family and love A glossary of Hawaiian specific words phrases is included at the end An ABC s book with great black white photographs Each letter relates to Hawaiian culture with a strong emphasis on family and love A glossary of Hawaiian specific words phrases is included at the end


  4. Emily Augustus --Louisville KY Emily Augustus --Louisville KY says:

    This is a good book about letters for young students It also is great for vocabulary, as well as diversity.