Nā Kāmaʻa O Keawe
This story in Hawaiian and English tells about a servant who has misplaced a high chief’s sandals. It is the origin of a saying used by Hawaiian people to this day.
ʻAʻohe Uʻi Hele Wale O Kohala
No Youth of Kohala Goes Empty-handed
This story in Hawaiian and English tells about a young person’s plan to stay overnight at a friend’s house. His grandmother helps him prepare according to the cultural traditions of their people.
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