Show Inspires H2O Heroes
Waipahu Public Library hosts a special showing of “The Journey Home,” a free puppet show based on the City & County of Honolulu’s popular children’s book about water pollution 10:30 a.m. May 28. The book was written, illustrated, designed and printed by City & County of Honolulu personnel. “The Journey Home” puppet show was directed by Mark Branner of UH’s Department of Theatre & Dance, Theatre for Youth Program.
The story follows o‘opu fish Apoha and ninja opae shrimp Holokai as they make their way to home through a polluted stream. During their journey, they teach human children Malia and Keoni how to be water heroes.
Aside from the inspirational storyline, keiki also will enjoy three original songs, including Clean Water Hero, which reminds listeners to keep our streams and oceans clean.
Call the library at 675-0358 for more information.
In addition, a Journey Home display will be on view at all island libraries from May 26 to July 20.