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Reflections of Kaua'i: The Garden Island [First Edition]

Tsutumi, Cheryl Chee

ISBN 10: 0896103862 / ISBN 13: 9780896103863
Published by Island Heritage Publishing, 2001
Used Condition: Collectible-Good Hardcover
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First Edition, Third Printing. Fly-leaf has been removed from book. Spine is cocked, light bumping/chipping/denting on covers and "Kaua'i" written along bottom page edge of book. Good condition. Light to moderate shelf wear, creasing on covers. Binding intact. Good condition Dust Jacket Included. DJ has light to moderate shelf wear, rubbing. (BB94). Bookseller Inventory # 100130221

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Title: Reflections of Kaua'i: The Garden Island [...

Publisher: Island Heritage Publishing

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Hard Cover

Illustrator: Cecil, Ann

Book Condition:Collectible-Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Good

Edition: First Edition

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It is hard to imagine a place on this earth more beautiful than Kaua'i, with its misty rain forests, magnificent canyons, towering seaside cliffs and broad beaches. Kaua'i is small - 33 by 25 miles - but incredibly varied in its terrain.

To the north is the rugged Na Pali district, where peaks reach as high as four thousand feet. Here are deep valleys where ancient Hawaiians once lived and remnants of stone heiau where they worshiped. On the east side of the island the Wailua River winds through deep forests and plunges over waterfalls before it empties into the sparkling Pacific.

The sunny south, today a main attraction for the tourists who flock to Kaua'i, was once the playground of royalty. To the west is the sleepy town of Waimea, near the site of Captain Cook's first landing in the Hawaiian Islands and gateway to grand Waimea Canyon. At the center of it all is Mount Waialeale the world's rainiest spot and source of the waters that keep Kaua'i's mountains so green.

All of this and more is explored in Reflections of Kauai, with lively, informative text and gorgeous photographs. Sprinkled throughout the text are myths and tales that capture the spirit of ancient Hawai'i. We learn of giants who once roamed the land and of the wondrous feats of the legendary Menehune, the small but strong people who were masters of engineering and stonework.

Reflections of Kaua'i: The Garden Island is a book to be treasured by visitors and kama'âina alike and a must have for anyone who's fallen in love with Hawai'i's most romantic island.

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