2 edition of Tales of Maui found in the catalog.
Tales of Maui
|Statement||by W. M. Hill. Illus. by Jacques Boullaire.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.D68 Tal|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||64011516|
This is a collection of lore related to the Polynesian culture-hero, Maui, particularly his labors in creating the world. The book also includes some myths about Hina, Maui's mother, and several tales local to the Hawaiian islands. in the book: Lyons, Barbara, Maui, Mischievous Hero on pages: HSL Call Number: H L UHM Call Number: GRL96 Subject: Maui (Polynesian Deity) appears in the legend: "The Biggest Fish of All" in the book: Lyons, Barbara, Maui, Mischievous Hero on pages: HSL Call Number: H L UHM Call Number: GRL
Donovan Bixley re-tells the story of how Maui slowed the journey of the sun through the sky each day! The traditional tale but with Donovan's unique twist and trademark humour. The pictures are bright and bring their own level of humour to the book. ×. Maui far out in mid Pacificis No Ka Oi (the best). It is loved by more people than perhaps any Hawaiian Island, beloved by millions as few other places on earth. This small book, Maui for Millions: Tales of Remarkable People of Aloha introduces readers to a few of the remarkable people who abound on Maui.
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Tales of Maui the Demi-God from Moana ~ Legend Stories for Kids These are short Legend Tales of the Demi-God Maui from Moana. It is part of our Classic Bedtime Stories for Kids Collection.
It has been adapted from the Tales of Maui as well as Disney's version of Moana the movie. This version is brought to you by Stories to Grow by. Tales of Maui [W.
Hill, Jacques Boullaire] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tales of Maui3/5(1). These are exciting, magical tales of adventure and intrigue.
Several feature the remarkable culture hero Maui – the quick-witted and the trickster – whose exploits include slowing the sun in its course across the sky, fishing up the North Island/Te Ika a Maui, discovering the secret of fire and his attempt to trick the goddess of death and.
Buy this Book at Hawaiian Folk Tales, by Thomas G. Thrum, , at p. II EXPLOITS OF MAUI REV. FORBES ISNARING THE SUN. MAUI was the son of Hina-lau-ae and Hina, and they dwelt at a place called Makalia, above Kahakuloa, on West Maui.
Tales of Aotearoa - 2 - How Maui Slowed the Sun product reviews. Donovan Bixley re-tells the story of how Maui slowed the journey of the sun through the sky each day. The traditional tale but with Donovan's unique twist and trademark humour.
The pictures are bright and bring their own level of humour to the book/10(2). Tales of Maui have been told by the Maori for thousands of years. Here, Maui and his brothers decide to catch the sun and teach it a lesson.
The sun, in its haste to get back to bed, raced across the sky each day, leaving only a few hours of sunlight for fishing/5. To better understand the legends of the demigod Maui it is helpful to learn a bit about Hawaii’s ancient religious belief system.
The ancient Hawaiian religion is known as an animistic belief system with many deities and spirits originating among the Tahitians and other Pacific Islanders who colonized Hawaii. Southern Pacific islanders continued to colonize Hawaii over a timeframe estimated 5/5(13).
Here, Maui is invoked by a fantastically dwarfed, beach-dwelling grandmother with a penchant for deadpan irony (Clement), who tells the "untold tales" as part of an absurdist ploy to get her.
This version of Maui incorporates elements of the Māui from Māori mythology and other Polynesian narratives. Maui was also the subject of Israel Kamakawiwo'ole 's song "Maui Hawaiian Sup'pa Man" in his most well-known album, Facing Future, which is the highest selling Hawaiian album of all time.
Aimed at New Zealand children aged seven to eleven, this book's lively stories tell the tales of some of the taonga Maori held at Aotearoa New Zealand's famous national museum, Te Papa, through appealing text and fantastic illustrations.
The book's pukorero, or story teller, is Maui. Buy the book from Te Papa Store. Aimed at children aged seven to eleven, this book’s lively stories tell the tales of some of the taonga held at Aotearoa New Zealand’s famous national museum, Te Papa, through appealing text and fantastic illustrations.
The book’s pūkōrero, or story teller, is Māui, the great Pacific hero and trickster. The book takes you on a journey around the Ka'anapali Beach Hotel, Front Street, Lahaina, and other well known venues in Maui, Hawaii. I have met some of the people in the book and Mr.
Bezane's accounts of these marvelous people are true and s: 2. Chapters cover topics such as resemblances to Biblical stories, myths of the gods and goddesses such as Maui and Pele, historical legends, topographical folklore, and the folklore of fishing.
Of interest to the general reader will be the tales of the Menehune, the 'little people' of Hawaii, who resemble in some aspects the fairies of Europe.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Voices of Aloha: Tales of Remarkable People (Voices of Maui Series) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. The many tales about his adventures reveal a cunning and determined hero who performed many great and wondrous deeds, including creating the Pacific islands with a magical hook and providing humans with more hours of daylight by slowing the sun's passage across the sky.
Maui 13 pins. OCLC Number: Description: 74 p. illus. 24 cm. Contents: The coming of Maui --The evening at temple --The search for his parents --The jawbone of Ranganua --Snaring the sun --Te Tuna [the giant eel] --Fishing up land --Stealing of fire --The origin of dogs --Maui and sibility: by W.
Hill. Illus. by Jacques Boullaire. Tales of Maui Hardcover – January 1, by W.M. Hill (Author), Jacques Boullaire (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ 3/5(1). Maui: Tales of Aotearoa (Paperback) Illustrated by Bixley In Stock At Publisher; Donovan Bixley re-tells the story of Maui fishing up North Island.
The traditional tale but with Donovan's unique twist and trademark humour. The pictures will be bright and bring their own level of humour to the book. Darryn Joseph will ensure that the. Whale Tales Event: Feb.
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I usually post them as. Beyond the Reef: Stories of Maui in the World - Kindle edition by Moniz, Wayne. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Beyond the Reef: Stories of Maui in the World.
Maui was the only one of the children who possessed the powers of magic and miracles. Maui was the smallest of the family. He had the quickest of mind and had an extremely rascally nature about him.
Maui would take any advantage of both his friends and the gods in his quest to fulfill his schemes. It is said that Maui was not a god fisherman.Peter Gossage is the author of Maui and Other Maori Legends 8 Classic Tales of Aotearoa ( avg rating, 28 ratings, 9 reviews), How Maui Slowed The Sun /5(31).“Maui and Other Maori Legends – 8 Classic Tales of Aotearoa” by Peter Gossage Wonderful collection of tales presented in a quality book.
The stories are: “How Maui Found His Mother” by Peter Gossage. Courageous rendition of a fascinating legend. Maui-tiki-a-Taranga's journey to find his mother/5.