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Sina and Tinilau

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Full color children's storybook of Sina and the Eel. Detailed illustrations of Pacific Island fish, shells, flowers, wildlife, canoes and costumes.
Paperback, 22 pages
Published 1997 by Institute of Pacific Studies
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From Wikipedia: Vilsoni Hereniko is a Fiji Islander playwright, film director and academic. He was the writer and director of Fiji's first ever (and so far only) feature film, The Land Has Eyes (Pear ta ma 'on maf). In Sina and Tinilau, he has retold one of the folk legends of the South Pacific.

This book is published by the Institute of the Pacific Studies of the University of the South Pacific, and it may be difficult to locate copies within the United States. It can be found using the InterLib
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