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Book Description from Back CoverChildren of all ages will delight in this captivating collection of fables featuring creatures found in Hawai'i's waters and tropical oceans worldwide. In its depths and on its shores, you'll meet many of the sea's inhabitants--from manta rays to moray eels, from colorful cowries to fish of every size and color in the rainbow.
Like its companion, Fables from the Garden (UH Press, 1998), this book offers valuable lessons at the end of each story. A tiny shrimp remembers an act of kindness, a seabird learns to respect the property of others, a young hermit crab understands the importance of being polite, a family of limpets perseveres in the face of stormy seas.
Illustrated with splendid watercolors, here are ten stories to share and enjoy with family and friends.
Background on Leslie Ann Hayashi and Kathleen Wong Bishop From Their WebsiteLeslie Ann Hayashi graduated from Stanford University with distinction and received her Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center. In addition to being an award winning author, she has also received numerous awards for her work on the bench. Judge Hayashi resides in Honolulu, Hawaii with her attorney husband, Alan Van Etten, and their two sons, Justin and Taylor.
Kathleen Wong Bishop is a graduate of Stanford University. She resides in Phoenix, Arizona with her beloved husband David and their three children, Lisa, Daniel and Rachel.
Kathleen is an award-winning illustrator and has taught thousands of children the art of illustration. Meditation helps her focus her energy to create. Kathleen seeks to help people, young and old, discover their creative and spiritual nature.
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