The House on the Volcano

The House on the Volcano When their village is threatened by a volcanic eruption a young Hawaiian boy and his grandmother do not evacuate as the scientists advise them to for the grandmother feels that her friend Madame Pel

  • Title: The House on the Volcano
  • Author: Virginia Nielsen Ursula Koering
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Paperback
  • The House on the Volcano

    When their village is threatened by a volcanic eruption, a young Hawaiian boy and his grandmother do not evacuate as the scientists advise them to, for the grandmother feels that her friend Madame Pele is only turning in her sleep and will not harm them.

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    One thought on “The House on the Volcano

    1. Jerry

      The Good: This book had a lot of old-school charm going for it. It's also nice to see a church being mentioned.The Bad: It's a bit short, and the story didn't do much for me.Conclusion: At garage sales, thrift stores, library sales, and similar places, you can find the most obscure books alongside bestsellers. That's where I found this one. While good for what it was, it still wasn't that greatwhich is likely why it's out of print by now.

    2. Tania

      And so my fascination with volcanoes began, its very roots born in this story of a Hawaiian village threatened by a volcanic eruption. When earthquakes begin to disrupt the days and nights of the residents of a small village on the Island of Hawaii, Volcanolgists announce their belief that Kilauea is about to erupt. Older villagers scoff at the idea, of course Madame Pele, the Goddess who lives in the volcano, is simply voicing her displeasure about some wrong or another. When volcanic ash begin [...]

    3. Carolyn Coote

      This is a somewhat quaint little book which nevertheless is an interesting little read. It was published in 1970 and the story takes place on Big Island in Hawaii. Even though it fiction it does have its merits in terms of volcanoes and the mythology of Madam Pele. There is a quite extensive glossary in the back with geological terms and the Hawaiian words which are sprinkled throughout the book. It deals with a young boy living with his grandmother on the edge of Kilauea. She firmly believes Ma [...]

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