Bringing the opportunity (and experience) of producing a professionally published book (and all that entails) to teachers and students throughout Hawai’i
Seuss-quotes-1According to a recent survey, 8 in 10 Americans want to write a book. But few ever do. In Iceland 1 in 10 people will publish a book. There is a phrase in Icelandic, “ad ganga med bok I maganum,” everyone gives birth to a book. We want Hawai‘i to have more writers and more books read per capita than anywhere else in the world!
Less Work Than You Think

We do all of the heavy lifting so you don’t have to. We provide editing, formatting, and cover design. We handle order fulfilment, setting up a website for book sales and distribution to Amazon, Barnes and Noble and many other online booksellers. You simply collect the content and get it to us.

Would You Like Fries With That?

Too many of our youth see only two choices after schooling: get a job in the Hospitality industry, or move to the mainland. We want to show students of all ages that there are other options and not just options that revolve around science and technology.

The Cost

No we did not forget to talk about the cost. There is no cost! The only time you pay a dime is when you order books. Our markup on each book is . . . here it comes the gotcha line . . . $1.95.

Inventing a New Type of Storytelling

We all know that there is a big difference between watching an NFL game and watching a Friday night game at the High School. We know the high school players are still learning. We don’t expect quite the same level of play. But when it comes to books and music and film we don’t have a way to tell the author’s who are still learning from the Maya Angelou’s. Part of this project is for us to create this “minor league” for authors. To have a place where students can develop their talent without being judged by a standard that few adults can obtain.

Want to Create a Book With Your Class?

Send us an email at and who knows, in a few months your students could be holding a book signing event.

full-coverBy Second Graders of Mrs. C. Inouye

Keiki to sign their book, ‘A Day at the Hawaii Plantation Museum’

Look, Mom, I wrote a book!

Publisher Puts Second-Grade Students in Print

The book tells the reader some of the history and cultures of plantation life as seen through the eyes of the students.
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