MA HOPE O KA WĀWAHI ʻANA O KA PUHI KUPUA ʻO KOʻONA I KA LOKO IʻA O KONA MAKUA KĀNE, ʻIMI ʻO ʻAIʻAI I KA UKU PĀNAʻI E PAU AI IA HANA KOLOHE.
When his father’s fishpond is raided by Koʻona, a supernatural eel, ʻAiʻai sets out to catch the culprit and end his kolohe ways.
Author Kāwika Napoleon is a Hawaiian scholar and professor at Kapi‘olani Community College on O‘ahu.
Illustrator Brooke Kapūkuniahi Parker is a recognized and well-respected Native Hawaiian artist. Raised in Kahalu‘u, O‘ahu, Brook has illustrated numerous books and has an impressive list of clients, including University of Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i Board of Education, the Pacific American Foundation, and Kamehameha Publishing.
hardcover | 36 pages | 8" x 9.5" | color
ISBN:9780873362771 View full details