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    For people who are thinking of leaning the Hawaiian language, this book is an excellent impetuous. Mary Kawena Pukui did a wonderful translation that captures the fun of the story, itʻs complexity, but made sure to leave in the original comments of the narrator, Moses Manu.

    Serialized in the 19th century Hawaiian Language news paper, Kuokoa, this is the story not only of the Goddess Keaomelemele, but her family, lineage, the Gods, and many of the mythic island homes of the Gods. This paints a picture of Hawaiʻi rich with culture and brimming with power - something far outside the world of a shallow entertainment Luau.

    Manu brings together the complex stories and genealogies while keeping his audience ready to turn the page. A must for any reader of Native Hawaiian literature.