Moe ‘OMakali‘i / Makali’i Sleeps: The Ho'ulu Project: Stories Told by Us

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A traditional Hawaiian story demonstrates the responsibility of each person to the welfare of the community.

 

 

This traditional story demonstrates the responsibility of each person to the welfare of the community. Makali’i’s particular task is to spot fish, but instead of looking for schools of fish, he decides to sleep. That is why a certain ridge in Kahana looks just like a large sleeping man. Is Makali’i still sleeping?

 

 

Authors: Danielle Ululani Beirne-Keawe, Kamalani Wallace Johnson, and Kahiau Thae-Lynn Pomaika‘ipuni‘olani Wallace

Illustrations: Color photos

Binding Availability: Hardcover

Published: 2006

Tribes/Ethnic Groups: Hawaiian