This is the story of Lonoka‘eho, a chief of Raiātea, an island in Tahiti. It tells of how two famous heiau in Hawai’i, the Kapukapuākea Heiau in Laniākea and the Kū‘iliola Heiau in Pōka‘ī, came to be.
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.
No Lonoka‘eho me nā Pōhaku o Tahiti
He mo‘olelo kēia no Lonoka‘eho ke ali‘i nui o Ra‘iātea, nona ka ‘āina ma Tahiti. He mo‘olelo kahiko no ke kūkulu ‘ia o ka heiau ‘o Kapukapuākea ma Laniākea lāua ‘o Kū‘iliola ma Pōka‘ī.
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.
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