HMH Pīʻāpā Wall Hanging
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The pīʻāpā or Hawaiian alphabet was first printed by the missionaries in 1822. These primers were used to teach students the alphabet and then how to read. Now you can have a copy of that primer to hang in your home or office. This would be so cute in a child's room or learning area. Measures 5x10" with a rope hanger and meant for indoor areas.