Children's literature is usually understood to comprise books intentionally written for children to read.
This book was created for early children education in Hawaiian studies. It includes basic phrases in Hawaiian with English translations to educate the youth in Hawaii.
The publisher’s intent is to provide Hawaiian/English language books that promote family interaction in your home, books that reflect the Hawaiian culture, and books for ages 2 to 4. The 2007-2008 series celebrates diverse learners and children with special needs in the Hawaiian community, and it introduces the importance of accepting and respecting differences. Please use this book to help build your toddler’s language skills and cultural knowledge.
Kako o a paipai ka Hale Kuamo o-Kikowaena Olelo Hawai i i ka ho okumu ana i ka olelo Hawai i, o ia ka olelo kaiapuni o na kula, o ke aupuni, o na oihana like ole, i lohe ia mai ho i ka olelo Hawai i mai o a o o Hawai i Pae Aina. Na ka Hale Kuamo o e ho omohala nei i na ha awina e pono ai ka holomua o ka olelo Hawai i ana ma na ano po aiapili like ole e like ho i me ka ha awina olelo Hawai i no na kula olelo Hawai i, na papahana kako o kumu, ka nupepa o...
He aito. E na keiki, e hoolohe i ko oukou au makua iloko o ka Haku, no ka ea, o ka pono no ia. E hoomaikai i koumakuakane a me u makuwahine, i loihi ai ko ola ana a ka honua. E na makua, mai hoonaukiuki i ka kou mau keiki, aka, e alakai ia la-u ma ka manao, a ma ka olelo a ka aku. O ka maka i hoomaewaewa i kona akuakane a hoowahawaha i ka olelo kona makuwahine, e poaloia ia e ka anu koraka,a e aiia e ka aito opiopio. E lawe no ka waiwai i mau eheu na, a lele aku me he aito la i ka.
He mea aki. He dia. E kau haumana aloha, e hoopono. Mai hoopunipuni i kou hoalauna. E helemakapololei; maiwahahee; mai epa; mai aki; mai hoomaau. Mai hoino oe i ka mea pono. Aia hoi, ua lena ka poe hewa i ka lakou kakaka, ua hoomakaukau lakou i ka lakou pua ma ke kaula e pana malu aku i ka poe ku pono me ka naau. E like me ka dia e ake ana e inu i ka wai kahe, pela e ake ai kou uhane e loaa oe iau, e kou Akua. Ke makewai nei kou naau ia oe, e ke Akua. O ka mea ma...
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