Ellie Crowe, national award-winning author of 18 published books. Author of children's books, travel books and non-fiction books such as "Hardcore Inventing".
Ellie Crowe is an award-winning author of 18 books. She was born in South Africa and lives in Honolulu, Hawaii and Santa Barbara, California. 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.
Ellie now has e-books "The Harold Angel" and "The Boy Called Troublemaker, Based on the childhood of Nelson Mandela" available as an e-book on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Buy Ellie's new book "Explore Oahu: Places of Power" from Amazon: While there look for "The Boy Called Troublemaker, the childhood of Nelson Mandela and The Harold Angel, a crazy Christmas Dog.
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