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.
Shown in the photo above is a plaque featuring one of her many unique paintings and drawings.
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.
One of these characters, a lady bunny rabbit, is shown above enjoying a golf outing day in Hawaii!