In Hawaiian religion, Maui is a demigod and hero whose exploits were passed down through the centuries and ferried across thousands of miles of ocean. Traditionally, Maui is credited with creating the Hawaiian Islands through subterfuge, tricking his brothers to paddle their canoe after hooking his line to the ocean floor. Legends of Maui is a book by W. D. Westervelt.
W. D. Westervelt
Softcover, 174 pp.