Book aims to inspire visions of home for kids without one
By Michael Tsai
Dec. 26, 2013
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COURTESY LINDA FUJIKAWA Linda Fujikawa, left, founder of Kapiolani Community College’s International Cafe, holds a copy of “Ke Aloha Home,” a book written and illustrated by KCC student Mitsue Hosokawa.
COURTESY LINDA FUJIKAWA The cover was designed by fellow student Keane Omaye-Backman, at right. Art by Hosokawa from the book is shown below.