Today we bring in a GREAT Author who has written countless books…

About Ellie Crowe and her Husband William

Ellie is an award-winning author of well over sixteen books as of today 4/16. She was born in South Africa and lives in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her books on the culture and history of Hawaii include Exploring Lost Hawaii, Places of Power, History, Mystery and Magic, Kamehameha, the Boy who became a Warrior King, recipient of the HVCB Kahili Award for Literary Arts in 2004, and Surfer of the Century, the Life of Duke Kahanamoku, recipient of the Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance Once Upon a World Award in Children’s Literature in 2008. Her first book, The Little Princess Kaiulani, is included in a time capsule in the grounds of the Princess Victoria Kaiulani Elementary School, Honolulu. So take the time to look up her long list of books so you can do some catchup on Hawaii! You can purchase any of her books on Amazon CLICK HERE

Also if you love Drama,Romance and Mystery…You may want to pick this one up by Ellie:

Flirting with Danger



CLICK HERE to purchase any of Ellie Crow’s books!!

Invention and business

Hardcore Inventing, Invent, Protect, Promote and Profit by Robert Yonover and Ellie Crowe (2009)

Travel and cultural guides

Hawaii, a Pictorial Celebration (2006)

Exploring Lost Hawaii, Places of Power, History, Mystery and Magic (2001)

Biographies for middle-school

Surfer of the Century, The Life of Duke Kahanamoku (2008)

Duke’s Olympic Feet (2008)

Kamehameha the Boy Who Became a Warrior King (2003)

Children’s books

Go to Sleep Hide and Seek (2010)

Hoku the Stargazer The Exciting Pirate Adventure (2008)

See Under the Deep Blue Sea Whale Tale (2006)

See Under the Sea (2005)

Touch and See Rainforest (2004)

Touch and See Sea Shore (2004)

Magic Moon Dreams (2004)

The Boy Who Tricked the Ghosts (2003)

The Littlest Paniolo (2001)

Little Princess Kaiulani in her Garden by the Sea (2000)


2008 Asian/Pacific American Award for Children’s Literature

2008 Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance Once Upon a World Award

Carter G. Woodson Award 2008

Texas Bluebonnet Master List 2010/2011 selection

Bank Street College Books of the Year 2008

The Bloomsbury Review Editors Favorite

Cleveland Public Library Distinguished Children’s Biography List 2008

Texas Women’s University Librarians’ Choice 2008

Starred review from School Library Journal (2008)

Kiriyama Notable Books 2008

BookList Best Children’s Books 2008

Five awards for literary excellence in Literature from the Hawaii Book Publishers Association (2004)

The Kahili Award in Literary Arts (2004)

Hawaii Tourism Association Award for Excellence I Literature (2002)

6 thoughts on “STORY TELLING with Author ELLIE CROWE

  1. Aloha Bruce and Wayde!

    I was just recently introduced to your podcast by a coworker who posted a link on my timeline on Facebook ONE day before my most recent trip to Hawai’i (major coincidence since I hadn’t disclosed to anyone my travel plans). I was instantly hooked and downloaded most of your episodes so that I could listen to them on my 12 hr flight from New York City.

    I just got back last week Thursday from my most recent adventure to those magical chain of islands which included O’ahu and Maui. This was my fourth visit in a 2 year span so you can rightfully assume that I have connected to the Mana of the islands you all have discussed in the past (one of my favorite episodes which I actually sent to my mom so that she could understand why I love Hawai’i so much).

    I’m actually planning to return next month for my 30th birthday on May 2nd and visited your site Bruce to see if your company can help me plan some adventures and could possibly recommend some nice places where I can celebrate saying farewell to my twenties :-(. I figure doing a dope ass hike followed by a good dinner and drinks will probably be a great way to celebrate so I definitely look forward to discussing it with you all.

    I truly enjoyed this last episode since I too am very intrigued by the storytelling nature of the history of Hawai’i. I’m of Dominican descent which is an island in the Caribbean which shares a similar storytelling nature of the past which I believe is a similarity that resonates deeply and makes me really enjoy Hawai’i.

    Your real estate episode was also very resourceful as I too have seriously considered moving to Paradise. I’m currently a train operator for the MTA in NYC so I would love to be able to join the workforce as a train operator once the rail is completed in Honolulu (appears to be no time soon, reminiscent of the delays always looming in NYC projects as well lol).

    I think that’s enough about myself for now, I can be pretty long winded so I’ll save some more info for other comments in the future. Keep up the great work on the podcast, I look forward to every episode!

    Aloha Caryl 🙂

  2. FYI: I think it has been three weeks in a row I havent been able to DL from iTunes…I just DL from website onto my phone but just thought you wanted to know.

  3. Another great show, thoroughly enjoyed the stories from Ellie and her husband. Especially the stories of the night marchers. Glad to see your guest showed up Bruce……
    Aloha Wayde 👊🏼

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