Lā’ieikawai: The Ho'ulu Hou Project: Stories Told by Us

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This lesson story shows the ahonui (patience) and ‘olu’olu (kindness) that one person can have for another.

 

 

Gifts and empty promises of love mean nothing. In this traditional love story, a chief named Hala-ani-ani is in love with a chiefess named Lā’ieikawai, who remains elusive until his demonstration of patience and kindness convince her that he is worthy of her. This story shows the ahonui (patience) and ‘olu’olu (kindness) that one person can have for another.

 

 

Authors: Dawn Kahalaomāpuana Tautafa Wasson and Leone M. Saaga

Illustrations: Color photos

Binding Availability: Hardcover

Published: 2005

Tribes/Ethnic Groups: Hawaiian