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  The Kaua'i Made Products seal is awarded to products unique to Kaua'i, using Kaua'i products and made on the island. These books are written by a Kaua'i resident, Bill Fernandez, about his life on the island, and were written sitting in the old house his mother bought with her pineapple cannery earnings.

Hawaiian Author Based in Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii

Are you ready to fall in love all over again with Hawaii? Whether you're a history buff or just someone who's interested in a good story, you'll love Bill Fernandez's historical and adventure books!

Bill Fernandez Hawaiian Author writes exciting novels and non-fiction memoir books from his home in Kapaa, on Kauai. Each one is well researched for accuracy. Add any of his well-written works to your collection. Some of his works include gorgeous as well as old pictures of his family and Hawaiian scenery.

Bill, Hawaiian Author in Kapaa, HI

Bill brings the story of Hawaii alive in his history talks
In addition to writing historical novels from the perspective of a Native Hawaiian, Bill is available to talk about Hawaiian history with anyone wanting to learn more about this great state and Native Hawaiians. You're welcome to contact Bill to set up a time and date. No charge for talks. A beautiful PowerPoint slide show plus a chant and some singing create a lively talk. Rainbows Over Kapaa, From Poi to Pineapple, and Sugar, Statehood, Sovereignty, Kaua'i Kids in Peace and War - each one is free of charge. DVDs of the talks are available at the Kauai History Society website for $20 each.

"I saw a side of Kaua'i tourists never notice," said one person.

"Bill's voice is so deep and beautiful, I loved his singing, and his chanting made my skin tingle."

Bill is President of the Board of the Kaua'i Historical Society

Forbes Magazine designated Kapa'a as "Among the 15 Prettiest Towns in America" in Sept. 2013 

A Word from the Author
I was lucky to be born on a tiny dot in the Pacific Ocean called Kauai, Hawaii. I graduated from Kamehameha High School and Stanford University then practiced law and became a judge in California. I'm back home living in my mother's old house by the ocean. My wife, Judie, and I have a lot of fun creating the books and talks.

I love history, particularly military history, which depicts the struggles of people against oppression. I am part Hawaiian. My novels deal with slavery, human sacrifice, and the conflicts between the Hawaiian culture and the new culture of the Western world, told from the commoner Hawaiian point of view. My non-fiction books about my barefoot years and the family movie theater bring laughter and good times as you learn how to make a tin canoe or challenge the sugar cane trains on the bridges. In Kauiai Kids in Peace and War, Part II is serious. Read about the occupation of Kauai through a kid's eyes. My Japanese-American friends and family faced racism.

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