3 edition of water of Kane found in the catalog.
water of Kane
Mary Kawena Pukui
Glossary of Hawaiian words and names included.
|Statement||collected or suggested by Mary Kawena Pukui ; retold by Caroline Curtis ; ill. by Richard Goings.|
|Contributions||Curtis, Caroline., Goings, Richard.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: water of Kane. The water of Kane --The jealous brothers --The voyage --Aukele's search --Legends of Hawaii and Kauai: -Pakaʻa --The sail ; The backbone of a chief ; The wind gourd --Companions in the forest --The turtle in the sweet-potato patch --Legends of Kauai: -A maiden from the Mu --The piper in the sacred valley --The rainbow maiden of Waimea.
Riordan's usual winning mix of action, mythology, and humor. Read Common Sense Media's The Throne of Fire: The Kane Chronicles, Book 2 review, age rating, and parents guide.4/5. Conservation Books: Kane County Wild Plants and Natural Areas, 3rd Edition, Dick Young $ The definitive catalog of Kane County plants and where they can be found based on over 25 years of knowledge of Kane County flora and plant habitats. Also lists 47 Natural Areas with descriptive text.
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The Water Of Kane. With a distinct style that breathes with life, O.A. Bushnell tells an epic story that has a huge cast of characters and the full drama of history. Two daring men set out to construct an immense irrigation project on the slopes of a vast volcano/5. The Water of Kane: And Other Legends of the Hawaiian Islands Paperback – September 1, by Mary Kawena Pukui (Author)/5(2).
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XLITHE WATER OF KANE If one were asked what, to the English-speaking mind, constitutes the most representative romantico-mystical aspiration that has been embodied in song and story, doubtless he would be compelled to answer the legend and myth of the Holy Grail.
O’Kane put Wahoo into commission on Jas executive officer under then skipper, Commander Marvin Kennedy. O’Kane was delighted with the vessel’s name. U.S. fleet boats were named after marine life and a wahoo is a large, swift, game fish. But “Wahoo” sounded to O’Kane and the crew like the name of an Indian tribe/5().
Fire & Water is book 3 in the Kate Kane paranormal series. I have read each book as it has been published. I reread them back to back to fully understand what was going on.
The series improves with rereading. Book 3 resolves the story, but plenty is left for more stories, which is delightful. We get to hang out with Kate and her world/5.
I love the Kane books by Karl Edward Wagner, but I was tempted to rate this final volume even lower: three of the best novellas already published in the previous volumes are gathered here with two shortish stories, so 80 % of the collection is recycled material and it just doesn't feel right to call this the sixth book of Kane/5.
The Book of Kane is an excellent selection of some of his grittiest, hardest hitting short stories. Wagner came from the "old school" and he wore his influences on his sleeve. You can clearly feel the influence of H.P. Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith, and above all Robert E.
Howard. That said Wagner's Kane stands alone and above other anti heroes /5(40). The Water of Kane. 3 -- The Jealous Brothers. 3 -- The Voyage. 10 -- Aukele's Search. 14 -- Pakaa. 25 -- The Sail. 25 -- The Backbone of a Chief. 30 -- The Wind Gourd. 36 -- Companions in the Forest.
45 -- The Turtle in the Sweet-Potato Patch. 52 -- A Maiden from the Mu. 65 -- The Piper in the Sacred Valley. 73 -- The Rainbow Maiden of Waimea. 85 -- Kawelo of Kauai. 93 -- His Boyhood. 93 -- Author: Caroline Curtis. Buy Sarah Kane by Nina Kane from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Nina Kane.
Book Covers [ Kiʻi Kumu ] [ Kikokikona ] [ Hoʻokaʻawale ʻAoʻao ] Front Matter [ Kiʻi Kumu ] [ Kikokikona ] [ Hoʻokaʻawale ʻAoʻao ] Mok. 1 THE WATER OF KĀNE (ʻAoʻao ) [ Kiʻi Kumu ] [ Kikokikona ] [ Hoʻokaʻawale ʻAoʻao ] Mok. 2 LEGENDS OF HAWAIʻI AND KAUAʻI (ʻAoʻao ) [ Kiʻi Kumu ] [ Kikokikona ] [ Hoʻokaʻawale.
Water of Kane [Mary Kawena Pukui] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The lore of 'Aukele, who stole the magical water of Kane, along with a. The Kane Chronicles is a trilogy of adventure and Egyptian mythological fiction books written by American author Rick series is set in the same universe as Riordan's other franchises, Camp Half-Blood Chronicles and Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard.
The novels are narrated alternately in first-person by the two protagonists, siblings Carter and Sadie : Rick Riordan. Water of Kane and Other Legends of the Hawaiian Islands Library Binding – September 1, by Mary K. Pukui (Author)/5(2). Genre/Form: Historical fiction Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bushnell, O.A.
(Oswald A.), Water of Kane. Honolulu: Published for the Friends of the Library of Hawaii by the University Press of Hawaii, ©. Kane is a literary character created by Karl Edward Wagner in a series of sword and sorcery novels and short stories first published between and The stories are set in a grim, pre-medieval world which is nonetheless ancient and rich in history.
In some of Wagner's later stories Kane appears in the present day — for example, as a drug dealer in "Lacunae" and as a somewhat suspect.The legend of `Aukele, who stole the magical water of Kane, is featured along with a host of other folktales from the islands of Hawai`i, Kaua`i, O`ahu, Moloka`i, Lāna`i, and Maui.
Suitable for reading to younger children and for independent reading by older children and adults. Edited by. Serge Kahili King tells the Hawaiian legend of The Water of Kane and relates it to healing.