Hāloa - Illustration No. 4
Gouache on paper
14” (h) x 17” (w)
Hoʻi mai ʻo Papa mai Kahiki mai. Inaina a lili ʻo Papa I nā punalua. A moe ʻo Papa iā Lua, he kāne ia. Hānau ʻo Oʻahu, ka moku ʻo Oʻahualua, ke keiki moku.
Papa returned from Tahiti and was furious and jealous of the two new wives. So Papa took Lua as a husband. Born was Oʻahu, also known as Oʻahualua, an island child.
FROM THE BOOK HĀLOA (2006)
Story and Translation by Kimo Armitage. Illustrations by Solomon Enos. Educational Section by Sharon Kaʻiulani Odom.
Published by Kamehameha Schools