Illustrated by Brook K. Parker
Ku‘ulakai, the god of fishing, creates Hawai‘i’s first fishpond only to have it destroyed by Ko‘ona, a giant supernatural eel. ‘Ai‘ai takes it upon himself to catch Ko‘ona and end his troublemaking ways. This traditional mo‘olelo from the island of Maui shares the story of ‘Ai‘ai, Ko‘ona, and the stones at Leho‘ula, Hana.
|Publisher||Kamehameha Schools Pr; 1st edition (August 1, 2010)|
|Reading age||6 - 8 years|
|Grade level||1 - 2|
|Item Weight||1.58 pounds|