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Hawaiian Language: Books

Hawaiian Collection

The Hawaiian Language Collection is located at the Library at Waterfront (Downtown Campus) in the Hawaiian and Modern Languages Collection, which is organized in alphabetical order by language. These books have a “Hawaiian” label at the top edge of their spine.

Browsing the Libraries' shelves: You may wish to simply look at the books on the shelves. 

  • Hawaiian language PC4001-4977
  • Hawaiian literature PQ6001-8929


Selected Books

The books listed below are either in the Hawaii Pacific Collection or in the Hawaiian and Modern Languages Collection. Click on the title or image for a link to its entry in the HPU Discovery. Use the call number to find the book in the stacks. You can search for more books in our library using the HPU DiscoveryTo access the Libraries' electronic resources off-campus, please logon to

eBooks (Ululkau)

The purpose of Ulukau, the Hawaiian Electronic Library, is to make these resources available for the use, teaching, and revitalization of the Hawaiian language and for a broader and deeper understanding of Hawaiʻi.