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Introducing Princess Malia (G. Clemons) - Princess Malia loves to play pranks much to her dear mother’s dismay. “Why can’t you be more responsible like your brother?!” Her mother would often say. But when her entire family is turned to stone, the mischievous little princess must figure out how to break the curse all on her own! Princess Malia is an old-fashioned fairy tale with a modern twist. It's a funny, uplifting story about believing in yourself that children of all ages will love and enjoy. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Little Malia's Big Poi Idea (Jocelyn Calma) - Little Malia has a big idea. Poi for breakfast, poi for lunch, and poi for dinner too. She can't think of anything better she'd like to eat, so why not her very favorite treat? Will she be tempted by cakes and custard, or steaks and shrimp, or hot dogs with mustard? Peek inside this colorful story and you will see, how Malia loves poi, so that's all she will eat! How long will it last? Only time can tell. Will Malia come out of this poi-eating spell? Recommended for ages 4-8.
Malia & Teacup (Molly Barrow) - Malia has never seen an elephant stampede. She has never experienced scorpions, native rituals, spy plots, pirates or thieves. All that is about to change when too-curious Malia discovers the truth about her father half way around the world. Now hunted and haunted, Malia and her tiny dog, Teacup, race into hilarious and dangerous misadventures in the African jungle. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Malia & Teacup: Out on a Limb (Molly Barrow) - Father said Malia has only three weeks to train tiny Teacup, or else. Suddenly, the poodle disappears! Oh, no, this is trouble! Malia wonders what her stepbrother, Phillip, is hiding under his desk? Will Malia overcome her fears and believe in herself enough to rescue Teacup? Hanging upside down in a tree, Malia unravels the mystery of who dognapped little Teacup and discovers how to outsmart a wild animal with her courage. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Malia and Sasha Obama (Jennifer M. Besel) - Malia and Sasha Obama used to be normal girls who traveled to school on a bus. Today they ride in a motorcade, surrounded by Secret Service agents. Papparazzi snap their pictures wherever they go. There were even dolls created to resemble them. Learn how the Obama girls are handling their newfound fame. Recommended for ages 9-12.
The Adventures of Sasha and Malia at the White House (P. Segal) - Living in the White House is a great adventure for young Sasha and Malia…especially when they discover a mysterious, moving bookcase that leads them into a passageway through time! Before they know it, the two curious sisters find themselves back in the time of slavery and faced with a very important challenge. Will they find the courage to help free the slaves and change the course of history forever? Magical, inspiring, and educational, this timeless story will be treasured by children and parents alike. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Famous People Named Malia - Malia (British singer); Malia Jones (model/surfer); Malia Metella (French Olympic swimmer); Malia Obama (President Obama's daughter); Malia Hosaka (professional wrestler)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Malia - Barack Obama (U.S. President); Michelle Obama (U.S. First Lady)
Malia - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Malia.