Living in Hawaii calls for some Hawaiian themed Christmas books. If you are not in Hawaii, why not bring a bit of ALOHA to help make your Kalikimaka Mele and bright!
The traditional story of ‘Twas the Night before Christmas, told with a Hawaiian twist. This book does not include pronunciation (it has a lot of Hawaiian words)…but once you get the hang of Hawaiian, it is not too difficult. Mele Kalikimaka to all and to all ALOHA!!
What is difference about Christmas in Hawaii? This is a cute story about an elf named Merry that finds himself in Hawaii, where he meets an elf named Mele. Merry learns that even though Christmas in Hawaii doesn’t have snow, it has ALOHA!
*We don’t actually ‘do Santa’ in our house, but the kids still enjoy these fun stories. On the note of not taking in part in Santa tradition, we have this book
This is a great book to explain the history behind the tradition of Santa Clause, and the true purpose of the holiday…celebrating the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ.