Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Sina and the Eel

A scene from a group project retelling a Samoan/Fijian folk tale about a Fijian prince transformed into an eel, who falls in love and sacrifices himself for a Samoan princess to stop a famine. It was really a solid version, i think. This scene had some heavy, serious overtones though.

1 comment:

Abraham said...

This is Great! My name is Abe King, and I'm the Branch Manager for the Santa Clara Library in Southern Utah. I'm also Samoan, and I'd like to do a storytime for our Summer Reading Program this year: One World, Many Stories.
Was this project completed? Are your pictures in color? The drawings are fantastic!
Can I use your picture boards to tell the story for our program? Please, contact me so we can discuss your project.