French, Peter et al. Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book Photographic work about Hawai'is "golden children", a "brightly shining image of their present, and of their and our future". Sticker residue on front pastedown, minor marks on dust jacket.
Fine in fine dust jacket. FINE HARDCOVER WITH DUST JACKET. COLOR ILLUSTRATED ON EVERY PAGE. SHIPS FROM WA-USPS. EXPEDITED SERVICES AVAILABLE. Includes illustrations. Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 9.7 x 0.8 inches FINE HARDCOVER WITH DUST JACKET. COLOR ILLUSTRATED ON EVERY PAGE. SHIPS FROM WA-USPS. EXPEDITED SERVICES AVAILABLE. FIRST EDITION, Island Heritage, 1987. A unique quality of Hawaii's cosmopolitan mix of peoples is that they live together, work together and play together in an environment of aloha. The average ohana (family group) mingles the heritage of East and West. A child can have ancestors who came from China, Japan, Korea, the South Pacific Islands, like Samoa and Tonga, or the Philippines. Some grandparents may have come from the new countries of North America, the old countries of Europe, or more recently, the countries of Southeast Asia. Many have strands of Polynesian ancestry and all are the Golden Children of Hawaii. NON-FICTION; HAWAII; ANCESTORS; HAWAIIAN CULTURE; JUVENILLE
Good. 0896101002 Dampstain to top edge of cover and d.j. o/w good. 4to. Photo essay of Hawaii's children at rest and play. Published to benefit a non-profit educational assistance group. [99pp]. Color photos throughout. > Language: English | > Size: 4to | > Media/Binding: Hardcover |
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