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He I'A Wau : Pehea Ko'U Ano (I Am a Creature of the Tides : What Am I)

By Kynaston Kaika Lindsey

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Book Id: WPLBN0002096838
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Reproduction Date: 8/24/2011

Title: He I'A Wau : Pehea Ko'U Ano (I Am a Creature of the Tides : What Am I)  
Author: Kynaston Kaika Lindsey
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Hawaiian Education
Collections: Education, Authors Community, Favorites from the National Library of China, Technology, Recreation, Most Popular Books in China, Fine Arts, Sociology, Literature, Language
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Publisher: Kamehameha Schools Press
Member Page: Hale Kuamoʻo Hawaiian Language Center


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Lindsey, K. K. (2005). He I'A Wau : Pehea Ko'U Ano (I Am a Creature of the Tides : What Am I). Retrieved from

Kanu a ka Aina New Century Public Charter School is a community-based, bilingual (Hawaiian/English), kindergarten through twelfth-grade, Hawaiian-focused school. It is located in rural Waimea in the Kohala District in the north of Hawaii Island (the largest and southern-most island of the Hawaiian chain). “Kanu o ka aina” is a Hawaiian phrase meaning “natives of the land from generations back. ” The one hundred fifty students of Kanu o ka Aina. . . perpetuate Hawaiian language and culture by practicing native traditions such as kalo (taro) cultivation, outrigger canoe sailing, and traditional Hawaiian protocol. Students of the school participate in project-based inquiry and scientific research efforts including assisting Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum scientists with a stream-restoration study in nearby Waipio Valley. Students demonstrate their learning by presenting an annual hula drama for their community and by generating Hawaiian-focused educational products including CDs, websites, and publications. I Am a Creature of the Tides: What Am I/He la Wau: Pehea Kou Ano is just such a student-created product. Written and illustrated by a high school junior, this book is the result of an interdisciplinary book publishing project integrating English Language Arts, Fine Arts, Hawaiian Language, Hawaiian Studies, and Science and Technology.


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