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Looking for The Niuhi Shark Saga? The original editions are no longer in print. However, newly revised editions are available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other retailers. The new editions are have black covers with Hawaiian-style tattoos.
One Boy, No Water: ISBN-10: 1535411872, ISBN-13: 978-1535411875
One Shark, No Swim: ISBN-10: 1535413409, ISBN-13: 978-1535413404
One Truth, No Lie: ISBN-10: 1535413557, ISBN-13: 978-1535413558
Email me for information about volume discounts, review copies, and school visits. Mahalo for your support!
The 19th Biennial Conference on Literature and Hawai’i’s Children takes place June 7-9 at Chaminade University in Honolulu, Hawaii. I’ll be hosting two workshops–one specifically for teens–all about writing fiction in authentic Pacifica voices and answering questions about traditional and self publishing.
On Thursday, June 7 at 7 pm, the Honolulu Theater for Youth will be performing excerpts from works by Lee Cataluna, Patrick Ching, and Lehua Parker. The performances are also FREE, but you need tickets. (Link below)
The conference is FREE for all attendees, but you have to register. Teens will need parental/guardian permission to participate. (Link below)
Download the flyer with the schedule and more info.
Free Tickets to Honolulu Theater for Youth performances of work by Lee Cataluna, Patrick Ching, and Lehua Parker.
Hope to see you there! Be sure to come by and talk story with me!