No Ka Pōhaku ‘Ume‘ume I‘a o Nānākuli
Wahi a kahiko, ua ola nō me kākou nā pōhaku ‘ihi‘ihi nona ka ho‘oili ‘ana mai i ka pōmaika‘i o kai, he i‘a nō ia. Nui ka ‘imi ‘ana i ua ‘ano pōhaku kapu lā, a inā nō loa‘a maila, inā nō mālama pono ‘ia. Ua ‘ō‘ili wale mai kahi pōhaku iā Manawahua a hū wale maila ka nui pōmaika‘i iā ia.
Ka Mahele Puke Kaʻena Aloha (book series) is an 8-book collection of ancient Hawaiian legends from the Waiʻanae Coast on the island of Oʻahu. Written entirely in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi, titles in this series include No Nanaue Ke Kanaka Manō, No Ka Pōhaku ʻUmeʻume ʻIa o Nānākuli, Hoʻopakele ʻIa e Hiʻiaka, No Nā Mākaha No Mākaha, No Paliuli Me Hiʻilaniwai, No Lonokaʻeho Me Nā Pōhaku o Tahiti, No Ka Pū Niu, a me No Ke Kanaka Puhi o Kawīwī. This collection was created and produced by Native Hawaiians of Waiʻanae.
The Fish-Attracting Stone of Nānākuli
Traditionally, we have lived with the sacred rocks that transmit the benefits of the ocean, such as fish. There is a lot of searching for this sacred stone, and if it is found, it will be preserved. A rock came down from Manawahua and many blessings came to him.
The Kaʻena Aloha book series is an 8-book collection of ancient Hawaiian legends from the Waiʻanae Coast on the island of Oʻahu. Titles in this series include Nanaue the Shark Man, The Fish Stone of Nānākuli, Saved by Hiʻiaka, The Robbers of Mākaha, Paliuli and Hiʻilaniwai, Lonokaʻeho and the Stones of Tahiti, The Coconut Flute, and the Eel Man of Kawīwī. This collection was created and produced by Native Hawaiians of Waiʻanae.