Hawaiian wonder tales
|Format:||Print Book 1953|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
SummaryA collection of twelve Hawaiian folk tales that relate the trials and adventures of myth-people.
ContentsAükelé and the water-of-life
Flash-of-the-Paddle and Listener-to-the-Heavenly-Voice
The boy who would eat lobsters
Kawelo the Little-Brother-to-the-Rats
Kila and the giant bird Halulu
The sea maiden who had a stone image for husband
The boy who became king of the sharks
Kaleleä and his wish
Kapoï and the owl-king
Hema and the goblin-woman
Ka-Haï and the sorcerer Tama-i-Wao
Laka and the Little-People.
Folklore -- Hawaii.
|Publisher|| New York :Beechhurst Press,1953
232 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm