Natural Hawai'i: An Inquisitive Kid's Guide (Paperback)
Featuring an abundance of uncommon facts, colorful photographs, and informative sidebars, this knowledgeable field guide explores Hawaii’s volcanoes, plants, and animals with an undertone of basic science. In addition to helping children recognize and understand all aspects of Hawaii’s natural life, the guide teaches Hawaiian names and pronunciations; presents intriguing facts about the state’s history, culture, and language; and investigates such questions as Which Hawaiian beaches contain magnetic sand? The diversity of Hawaii’s natural environment is richly laid out for residents and visitors alike.
About the Author
Dana Rozier is a former teacher and nonfiction writer who has published dozens of essays and articles about traveling with children, parenting, and the natural world. She lives in Bellingham, Washington.
Dana Rozier has created a fun, gorgeous, sneakily-full-of-facts kids’ guide to Hawaii. Prepare to double the pleasure of your trip with this terrific, all-knowing friend-at-the-elbow guide.” Susanne Antonetta, author, A Mind Apart and Tell It Slant