Books for Kids about Hawaii

Books for Kids about Hawaii are ones your children may want to read before or after visiting the Hawaiian Islands.


Moki and the Magic Surfboard: A Hawaiian Fantasy, by Bruce Hale

The Legend of the Laughing Gecko: A Hawaiian Fantasy, by Bruce Hale

Surf Gecko to the Rescue! by Bruce Hale

How the Gecko Lost His Tail, by Bruce Hale

The Goodnight Gecko, by Gill McBarnet

Kai, the Honu (Sea Turtle) Who Didn't Know He Was Brave, by Mora Ebie

Baby Honu's Incredible Journey (Honu means Sea Turtle), by Tammy Yee

Baby Honu (Sea Turtle) Saves the Day, by Tammy Yee

Honu (Sea Turtle), by Marion Coste

Limu the Blue Turtle, by Kimo Armitage

Limu the Blue Turtle and his Hawaiian Garden, by Kimo Armitage

Limu the Blue Turtle Coloring & Activity Book, by Kimo Armitage

Honu'ea & Honu: Red and Green Turtles of Hawaii Coloring & Activity Book, by Yuko Green

Humu: The Little Fish Who Wished Away His Colors, by Kimberly A. Jackson

Iki, the Littlest 'Opihi, by Tammy Yee

Goodnight Hawaiian Moon, a read-along book by Dr. Carolan, and with a CD read by Amy Hanaiali'i Gilliom

Ten Days in Hawaii, by JoAnna Carolan

B is for Beach: An Alphabet Book, by Dr. Carolan

Where Are My Slippers: A Book of Colors, by Dr. Carolan

Old Makana Had a Taro Farm, by Dr. Carolan

This is My Piko (bellybutton), by Dr. Carolan

A is for Aloha: A Hawaii Alphabet, by U'ilani Goldsberry

A is for Aloha: by Stephanie Feeney with photographs by Hella Hammid

Junie B., First Grader: Aloha-ha-ha! by Barbara Park and Denise Brunkus

Surf's Up for Kimo, by by Kerry Germain and Keoni Montes

The Musubi Man: Hawaii's Gingerbread Man, by by Sandi Takayama and Pat Hall

The Musubi Man's New Friend, by by Sandi Takayama

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