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Let's Call Him Lau-Wiliwili-Humuhumu-Nukunuku-Nukunuku-Apuaa-Oioi (edition 1993)

by Tim J. Myers, Daryl Arakaki, illustrator

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A proud triggerfish father, with a long Hawaiian name, and his proud wife, with an equally long name, find it hard to decide on a name for their fish child.
Title:Let's Call Him Lau-Wiliwili-Humuhumu-Nukunuku-Nukunuku-Apuaa-Oioi
Authors:Tim J. Myers
Other authors:Daryl Arakaki, illustrator
Info:Bess Press Inc (1993), Paperback, 24 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:fish, Hawaii, picture book, humor, ocean, sea life, humuhumunukunukuapua'a, mixed race families, self-esteem, children's book, children's literature

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Let's Call Him Lau-Wiliwili-Humuhumu-Nukunuku-Nukunuku-Apuaa-Oioi by Tim J. Myers



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This is my first picture book, from Bess Press in Honolulu. If the humuhumunukunukuapua'a married the lauwiliwilinukunukuoioi--what would they ever name their kid?!
  TMyersStorySong | Jun 20, 2012 |
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