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Publisher Description

“Where is the water of Kāne?” To answer this question from a traditional Hawaiian chant, you and your young readers will journey through water-laden clouds, fall to the ground, seep through the earth, evaporate in the warm sun, and then … repeat! You’ll visit the Koʻolau and Kona sides of the islands to learn how water helps to create diverse ecosystems. You’ll read about the threats of human impact on Hawaiʻi’s fragile ecosystems and their unique organisms. And you’ll see how aloha ʻāina (love for the land) is changing things for the better.


While versatile enough to be a stand-alone resource, this Big Ideas Science Book is part of the ecosystem-themed set of Pāhana ʻĀina Lupalupa (PAL).


Target Grade Level: 3 (but readers of all ages may enjoy and learn something new!)


Pāhana ʻĀina Lupalupa (PAL) is a series of Hawaiian culture-based science readers. PAL integrates Hawaiian language, culture, and place-based content with literacy and science concepts that meet national standards. Developed in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi and translated into English, this exciting series was created through partnerships among a group of Hawaiʻi educators, literacy specialists, and Hawaiian-language resource developers in consultation with scientists and cultural practitioners.

GENRE
Kids
RELEASED
2019
October 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
36
Pages
PUBLISHER
Kamehameha Publishing
SELLER
Kamehameha Schools
SIZE
11.5
MB
AUDIENCE
Grades 3 and Above

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