Here in Children’s Books, we consider the Little People. Their Hawaiian progenitors, the menehune, were leprecaun-like fellows that came out after dark and built walls, fishponds, and irrigation ditches. If your own little leprecaun might prefer a leisurely read to anything so arduous, here are some ideas.
Ka ‘ike a ka mäkua he hei na ke keiki. – The knowledge of the parent is absorbed by the child.
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