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Māui and his magical deeds

Kats Kajiyama

Māui and his magical deeds

by Kats Kajiyama

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Published by Barnaby Books in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maui (Polynesian deity),
  • Hawaiian mythology.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMāui me kāna mau hana kupaianaha
    Statementretold and illustrated by Kats Kajiyama = Māui me kāna mau hana kupaianaha / haʻi houʻia e Kats Kajiyama.
    SeriesThe Maile collection
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL2620.P6 K34 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p. :
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL708749M
    ISBN 100940350270
    LC Control Number97071683
    OCLC/WorldCa39223425

    Within this unique volume are 15 legends of Maui. Legends like: MAUI THE FISHERMAN, MAUI LIFTING THE SKY, MAUI SNARING THE SUN and twelve more captivating stories and tales from antiquity from the. The negative stories about King Solomon initially came from the priestly writers of the Bible. They were moralistic and claimed that Judah’s decline of power that came from his marrying non-Jewish wives. They elaborated on this, saying that his wi.

    Maui did not use his magic hook for a long time. He seemed to understand that it would not answer ordinary needs. Possibly the idea of making the supernatural hook did not occur to him until he had exhausted his lower wit and magic upon his brothers. It is said that Maui was not a very good fisherman. Magical Steve The Fabulous True Story of Artist STEVEN LEE SMELTZER. By Sheila Fried. I want to make something that enhances the human experience, a transcendent art that for a split second the viewer can step out of time and space and fully experience the moment.

    Maui seized his magic enchanted jaw-bone as the weapon with which to fight the sun, and ordered his brothers to pull hard on the noose and not to be frightened or moved to set the sun free. "At last the sun came rising up out of his place like a fire spreading far and wide over the mountains and forests. - Explore Teanna Byerts's board "Maui", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Maui, Maori art, Maori pins.


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Maui embarked on a search for a kahuna (priest/shaman) to guide him, and was given a magical tattoo and water from a special gourd for strength. With his supernatural strength, Maui was able to lift the sky onto his shoulders and run to the highest peak.

At the top of Haleakalā, the demi-god threw the sky up into the air where it sits today. Using magical lassoes made from his sister’s hair, Maui snares the sun’s rays, thought to be the sun’s arms, and threatens to beat him fiercely.

The sun agrees to slow its pace across the sky, thus helping his mother and the rest of mankind by increasing the growing season. Variations on this story include Maui being helped by his. In Māori mythology, as in other Polynesian traditions, Māui is a culture hero and a trickster, famous for his exploits and cleverness.

He possessed superhuman strength, and was capable of shapeshifting into animals such as birds and worms. He was born premature and cast into the ocean by his mother, where the waves formed him into a living baby.

Māui-a-kalana's wife is named Hinakealohaila, and his son is named Nanamaoa. Māui is one of the Kupua. His name is the same as that of the Hawaiian island Maui, although native tradition holds that it is not named for him directly, but instead named after the.

With his first book How Maui-tiki-tiki-a-Taranga Found His Mother published inPeter's iconic illustration style and deceptively simple storytelling will be familiar to many as classics in New Zealand homes and classrooms. He was a master of retelling important Maori myths, including Hinemoa and Tutanekai and Pania of the Reef.

Maui used his magical powers, to convinced himself, that immortality could be obtained by deceiving the, “Guardian of Life,” Hine. He carefully plotted to kill Hine, by entering her body, as she slept. Stealing her heart, while exiting her body, would ultimately kill her.

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NEILL. Maui created the islands while out on a fishing trip with his brothers. First he fashioned a magic fishing hook from his grandmother's jawbone.

Then, as his brothers looked on, Maui cast the hook into the water and began to pull up from the ocean floor the islands on which the Polynesians now live.

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Making Real Estate Deeds Easy Since   In the teaser for the movie, Maui uses his tattoos to boast about his exploits and impress Moana. One of his deeds was to slow down the sun with his magical fish hook, a reference to a. Katharine Luomala, 2 books John Francis Stimson, 2 books Steven Goldsberry, 1 book Jay Williams, 1 book Edward Dodd, 1 book W.

Westervelt, 1 book Burrows, Edwin G., 1 book Kats Kajiyama, 1 book Alexander Wyclif Reed, 1 book Kauraka, K., 1 book William Drake Westervelt, 1 book Lane Wilcken, 1 book Dietrich Varez, 1 book Suelyn Ching Tune, 1 book. Peter's stories will never lose their relevancy for New Zealand children, and many of his stories have been made into short films that are played on Maori Television.

InPeter was awarded the Storylines Gaelyn Gordon Award for a Much-Loved Book for How Maui Slowed the Sun. Peter passed away on J Read more. Maui Rose (Avalon Romance) by Annette Mahon, pages, How Maui Slowed the Sun (Kolowalu Book) by Suelyn Ching Tune, 32 pages, Maui Poetry by Liz Kendall, Maui the Mischief Maker by Lilikala Kame'Eleihiwa, Maui and His Magical Deeds by Kats Kajiyama, 36 pages, A Slip of Bamboo: A Collection of Haiku from Maui.

Peter Gossage¿s Maui series is well-known and loved. The six titles in the series have been repackaged and redesigned for a new generation of readers, without losing the integrity of the initial artwork. The books follow Maui¿s birth, his abandonment by his mother and his search for her, his search for his father and discovery and eventual owners of his grandfather¿s magic jawbone, and his.

Published in The Magic Jawbone: A Book of Fairy Tales from the South Sea Islands () Henry Altemus Company. “Now it is my turn,” said Maui, and he seized the Fire-god, tossed him clear out of sight, and caught him like a ball when he came down.

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