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Pele Volcano Goddess of Hawaiʻi

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The ancient legends of Hawai‘i tell how Pele came to the islands from far across the sea. After traveling from north to south, testing each of the islands for a home suitable for herself and her family she took up her abode in Halema‘uma‘u Crater at the summit of Kilauea on the island of Hawai‘i. To the Hawaiians of old she was a living deity. Today Pele personifies the volcano to visitors and residents, showing her capriciousness and power while both destroying and creating new land.

Originally published over fifty years ago, Pele, Volcano Goddess of Hawaii will now, with new illustrations, give these tales renewed life.

The late artist Dietrich Varez first came to Hawai'i at age 8, when his mother married his stepfather Manuel Varez. Varez lived with his wife Linda (also a noted painter) in a remote rain forest setting near Volcano Village on the Big Island.

64 pages

Sku: 1004622

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Elizabeth Steiner
Great book to learn the culture

Easy to read for kids and a quick read for adults. Beautiful art work.

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