Mango Hill is the name of a farm in a series of 10 children's books by Diana Hansen-Young.
The books are about the fictional adventures of the animals that lived at Mango Hill.
Diana Hansen-Young is an American artist and playwright.
Inspired by the color and warmth of the islands, she made her home in Hawaii for many years.
Her family lived on a farm in Kahalu'u on the island of Oahu,
They had many pets (horses, dogs, cats, chickens and peacocks), and the farm became known as a home for stray or unwanted animals.
Roosters who had lost fights were left at the farm, and an orphaned mongoose was once lowered over the fence in a cat carrier.
These special animals inevitably became inspiration for Diana's lovable Mango Hill characters.
Shown in the photo above is a plaque featuring one of her many unique paintings and drawings.