Aside from standard guidebooks, there are so many special interest books dealing with Hawaii that make an excellent choice for the bookshelf of anyone interested in the Aloha State. Whether its an atlas, a book on volcanoes or a book to help one decide if they really should move to Hawaii, we have some excellent choices for you.
Completely revised in 1998, this large size reference book is a must for anyone interested in the physical, biotic, cultural and social aspects of the Hawaii environment.
The first practical book about day-to-day life in Hawaii. A look at the jolts and joys of paradise including 105 survival tips; 15 professions in search of workers now; charts, information and resource guides on schools, housing, business, retirement and even romance. Includes overview of life styles of each island.
Recently revised and updated, this is an excellent guide to the most romantic spots in Hawaii with tips on getting married in paradise.
Detailed information on the national parks, monuments, wildlife refuges, state parks and county parks in Hawaii.
A well researched book that succeeds in its claim to contain "hundreds of ideas for day trips with the kids."
An intriguing collection of trivia facts which focuses on the culture, people and places of Hawaii. Hawaii Trivia holds multiple use potentials; from trivia board games to researching questions about the islands.
The third edition of this highly praised 387 page book by Robert and Barbara Decker digs deep into the wonder and mystery of volcanoes.
The people of Hawaii and those who love it share its special magic in this beautiful collection of stories. From celebrities including Bo Derek, Clint and Dina Eastwood, Don Ho, Regis and Joy Philbin and Kelly Preston, to native storyteller Nalani Olds, activist and teacher Kanalu Young, and world-class surfers, athletes, hula masters and master chefs, this book brings the gifts of Hawaii to the world.
"Ten Best" lists in more than 50 categories give visitors all the details they need to find the very best that Hawaii has to offer. Scores of Hawaii guidebooks have been published, yet no other guide approaches the tropical paradise in this unique, opinionated fashion. Readers can discover at the flip of a page the ten best resorts, attractions, restaurants, nightspots, and shopping areas.