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ʻIwa: The Hawaiian Legend

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When the fisherman Keaʻau, renowned for catching octopus, finds two beautiful and rare red cowry shells, he thinks they must be a gift from the goddess Hina. After he fashions them into a lure, octopuses swarm to the magical shells and he gathers more than enough to feed his whole village. The bounty is short-lived when chief ʻUmi learns of the magical shell lure and demands to have it for himself. This begins the tale of how the boy-thief, ʻIwa, who exhibits the same thieving traits as his namesake, the Great Frigatebird, is invited to the island of Hawaiʻi to retrieve the previous lure. There he encounters the high chief ʻUmi, famous historical ruler of Hawaiʻi island, who puts ʻIwa’s talent to the test.

  • Petroglyph Press
  • Dietrich Varez
  • Softcover, 54 pages
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