Haleakala: A History of the Maui Mountain is a medalist in the 2013 Independent Book Publisher Awards. The book earned one of 382 medals, out of 5,200 entries in more than 100 categories in the annual contest. The category: West-Pacific Regional Nonfiction.
Mahalo, IPPY judges!
We're happy to report that Watermark Publishing has reprinted The Maui Book of Lavender,
co-authored by Jill Engledow. All about agricultural genius Alii Chang
and the farm he started on the slopes of Haleakala to grow this useful
and beautiful plant.
The new Maui edition of Ke Ola, a magazine originating on Hawaii Island, features a section of Haleakala on its "Ka Puana" (tell the story) page.
Check out Ron Youngblood's review of Haleakala: A History of the Maui Mountain from his Maui Nei column in The Maui News.
Learn about Haleakala National Park and the people and events that led
to its establishment in "The Park in Our Back Yard," or hear "The Story
Behind the Pictures," about the wonderful (and often rare) images in Haleakala: A History of the Maui Mountain.
Contact Jill at email@example.com to set up a speaking engagement for your group or club.
In the works:
The Island Decides, a
novel about Maui in 1970. Carrie Ann Emerson has never heard of Maui
until her missing daughter turns up there. The young mother's journey
takes her from The Haight District in San Francisco to a rural island
paradise shocked by a newcomer lifestyle of sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll.
Ebook out sometime later this year--stay tuned!
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