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Kai (Renata Provenzano) - A gift of beauty and inspiration from Hawaii's Ocean. Throughout the Hawaiian Islands, people honor a deep and ancient connection with kai — the ocean. In Hawaii the ocean's gifts of beauty and inspiration are everywhere — from the shorebreak lapping at our feet to coral reefs building new life offshore, from the time-proven tools of native healers to the honu, the green sea turtle, waving aloha with the splash of a flipper. In Kai: Ocean Wisdom from Hawaii author and ocean lover, Renata Provenzano, has gathered saltwater people from across the Islands — artists, healers, surfers, oceanographers, cultural practitioners and many others — each honoring the ocean as the primal source of creation, discovery, art, recreation, ecology and spirituality. Provenzano also contributes her own insights and thought-provoking questions: "What is our human relationship with the sea and what is our duty as human beings? Why do we feel so good after a dip in the ocean and how do our bodies benefit?" In the 120-page Kai, her observations are interwoven with contemporary quotes and traditional Hawaiian proverbs. Recommended for all ages.
Kai Lung's Golden Hours (Ernest Bramah) - Like Scheherazade of The One Thousand and One Arabian Nights, Kai Lung relies upon his prowess as a storyteller to save his neck when he's accused of treason. His traditional tales — laced with thought-provoking aphorisms — will transport readers to a mandarin's court in ancient China. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Kai the 'Opihi Gets the Point (Gail Omoto) - Recommended for ages 4-8.
Kai Zu and the Orphan's Pyramid: A Cartoon Novel (Kamenn LeChiffe) - Kai's a foster child and he's turning eleven. Foster care ends at eleven. Now he must compete for a spot in an exclusive orphan boarding school. Hundreds enter the Orphan's Pyramid. Few reach the top. It's not so bad at first. He's given what every eleven-year-old boy wants: an endless supply of television, video games, and junk food. But the moment he finds a hidden message from the mysterious Barbeque Captain, he realizes there's more at stake than just school admission. As he moves up the Pyramid, the danger increases. A mutant squirrel, a chainsaw-wielding puppet, deadly chalupas, cyborg cockatoos, two man-size rabbits, one plus-size Queen, and several kabuki-masked middle managers are nothing compared to the shocking truth Kai learns in the end. Is this the solution to America's Foster Care Crisis? Recommended for ages young adult.
Kai's Journey to Gold Mountain: An Angel Island Story (Katrina Saltonstall Currier) - Recommended for ages 9-12.
Kai, The Honu Who Didn't Know He Was Brave (Mora Ebie) - Kai the Honu is afraid of everything he sees. He can’t even play hide-and-seek with his friends because his overactive imagination causes him to run away and ruin everyone’s fun. He thinks a long seaweed is a giant eel, mistakes a huge coral reef for a sea monster and confuses an old sunken boat for a shark. Just when he decides to stop being afraid, Kai is faced with his most challenging test of bravery. Using a bit of wit, quick thinking and courage, Kai is able to rescue his friends and himself from danger, becoming the bravest honu in the sea. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Kai: A Mission for Her Village (Dawn C. gill Thomas) - When a famine hits the Yoruba village of Ife, in what is now Nigeria, Kai is selected by the king to go in search of help from the Yoruba in the North and travels great distances throughout her country and learns many things along the way. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Famous People Named Kai - Kai Ryssdal (radio personality); Kai Bird (journalist)
Famous People who Named their Child Kai - Sharon Leal (actress)
Kai - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Kai.