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He Ka'Ao No Hauwahine Laua O Meheanu

By Samuel M. Kamakau

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Title: He Ka'Ao No Hauwahine Laua O Meheanu  
Author: Samuel M. Kamakau
Language: Hawaiian
Subject: Fiction, Education, Hawaiian Education
Collections: Children's Literature, Authors Community, Sociology, Literature, Favorites in India, Most Popular Books in China, Education
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Publisher: Kamehameha Publishing
Member Page: Hale Kuamoʻo Hawaiian Language Center


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1. Opio (children and youth) Kanakapi lives up to his name (stingy man). When the two wahine ask Kanakapi to share his fish, he says, “Ewalu wale no au manini—I have only eight fish.” Why does Kanakapi tell them he has only eight, even though his net is full What happens after Kanakapi tells the lie What do we learn from Kanakapis behavior 2. ohana (extended family) Kanakapi took more fish than he needed and was slow to share with others. As an ohana, discuss the various ways your family members share with one another and with others beyond your ohana. Why is sharing so important


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