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The Love Remains  by Katherine Kama'ema'e Smith
Edited by Robert Ball and Kyle Markham        Hawaiian translation by Henrietta Mahuna
              Cultural Review by Kumu Aloha Keko'olani
    Kapalua Resort is built on the lands once known as Honokahua.  Although the
    land has been grazed and farmed for over a century since the last descendants
    of Kale Kaniaulono were here, archeological sites are still visible.  Kama'ema'e
    tells visitors the story of Kamehamehanui's battle for Maui in 1738, when fighting
    took place at Honokahua.

Honu Publications
500 Kapalua Drive
Lahaina, HI  96761
U.S.A.
Ph./ Fax 808-669-7821
Alt 808-268-0787
theloveremains@yahoo.com
A portion of the proceeds of The Love Remains supports Ke Kula Kaiapuni Hawaiian Immersion Education


Upcoming Events  

Katherine Kama'ema'e Smith
will be the featured speaker at a fundraiser
luncheon supporting
The BOOK TRUST

Saturday, October 30

Kama'ema'e Interview on AKAKU
Cindy Paulos interviews Kama'ema'e on
"Maui Authors"
AKAKU On Demand TV
Channel 54
Press Release

Mainland
Book Clubs!
Think BIG
Invite Kama'ema'e Smith
to your next meeting
via telephone or web link!


Call 808-268-0787
to arrange a teleconference
 or
online live chat for your next
meeting!


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Book Club Members

The Love Remains
Bookmarks
Available to Book Club Members
while they last!


Visiting Kapalua Resort?
Let Kama'ema'e
show you scene locations for
The Love Remains:

Manu's heiau
Honokahua Fishing Village
Kale's Hale
Mokule'ia Bay
Honokahua Bay




    Lectures and  Workshops

    Cultural Heritage Lectures
    These talks explain ancient Hawaiian land
    use and social organization, focusing on
    Hawaiian virtues --how they conflict or agree
    with western thoughts. Kama'ema'e's
    respectful approach is intended to give the
    audience a greater appreciation for today's
    historical preservation programs.


    Creativity Workshops
    People who desire to write, and writers
    looking  to publish their work will benefit from
    an open discussion of the creative process,
    an analysis of the publishing industry, and
    road maps for three publication routes
    available to independent writers.
The Love Remains, copyright 2005 Katherine Smith, All Rights Reserved
ISBN: 09723420-5-2        $17.95 U.S.        

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