Aloha Island by Frank South
The Story of the Stones

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When Eddie Akamai fails the third grade reading test, he runs away to an enchanted island where all the creatures know how to read and write.
Parents can read this chapter book aloud to introduce phonics, whole language, and a love of reading. Highly recommended for challenged readers.

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Frank South, formerly a television writer, director and producer, now writes stories and plays from his home in Georgia, where he lives with his family. This, his first book, came to life during the ten years he lived in Hawaii, only with the hard work of his co-creators of the whole Aloha Island reading and educational project: Michael Furuya, Mark Loughridge, Lisa Matsumoto, and Margaret South.
Published November 9, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 178 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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South, in his debut, offers a blend of reading instruction and encouragement for young readers, in a fantastical Hawaiian setting.

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