On Frederick Wichman's third collection of Kaua'i legends, esteemed Hawaiian editor and translator, Esther T. Mookini writes, "I was delighted with Kaua'i Tales in 1985 and then charmed by Polihale and Other Kaua'i Legends in 1991. Now, with More Kaua'i Tales, I am again entertained with more of Frederick Bruce Wichman's enchanting retelling of tales of the island he knows so very well. Bruce's familiarity with Hawaiian words beckons the reader into his place with great hospitality. He knows the meaning of aloha. He has collected old tales of Kaua'i over the years and is now unselfish in sharing them. He invites us all to know Kaua'i as Kaua'i folks know their island of Manokalanipö.