No Ke Anila (Hawaiian)
A Hawaiian language book.
E aʻo i nā ʻōlelo kuʻuna no nā ʻano anilā like ʻole o Hawaiʻi nei.
Experience Hawaiʻi weather and learn traditional observations of natural phenomena in this keiki story. When we look outside, we can see signs in nature that tell us what the weather is like. If we see a koaʻe bird traveling far, it is a calm day. If there are kukui flowers on the ground, it is a windy day. If the sky is grey and cloudy, there is a good chance of rain. And with rain comes life! Ola ka honua!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATOR:
Kaulana Dameg was born in Wailuku, Maui and raised in Hilo. She graduated from University of Hawai‘i–Hilo with a BA in anthropology and Hawaiian studies.
Mahealani Kobashigawa is from Kahalu‘u, O‘ahu and holds a B.A. in Hawaiian Studies from University of Hawai‘i–Hilo.
Eve Furchgott is an artist and graphic designer living in Hakalau on Hawai‘i island. She has won awards in fine arts and has been growing her graphics business, Blue Heron Multimedia, since the mid-1980s.
Hale Kuamo‘o Hawaiian Language Center supports and encourages expansion of Hawaiian language as the medium of education, business, government, and other contexts of life in Hawai‘i.