Aisha We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Aisha.
a song written by Stevie Wonder for his daughter Aisha - Isn’t She Lovely?
Aisha Goes in Search of Colour (Lisa Jane Dhar) - Bubblesville, the capital of Nectarland, is home to the world's most special and unusual insects. Aisha is 2 1/2 days old—that's 10 1/2 in butterfly years—she is three inches tall, has four wings, two antenna, and she is the most extraordinary butterfly Nectarland has ever seen. In a land full of the brightest colors, Aisha is born plain gray! How does Aisha learn to live with being different, and how do Nectarland's insects react to her? Find out for yourself in this humorous, classic tale set in a fun world of insects. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Aisha's Gift (Rochelle O'Neal Thorpe) - This story shows how a young African American finds beauty in the headdress worn by a young girl from the Somali Republic. With the help of her father Keisha discovers the significance of the Hijab and is encouraged to make a new friend. Aisha's Gift shows the innocence and joy children share in making a special friend. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Aisha's Moonlit Walk: Stories and Celebrations for the Pagan Year (Anika Stafford) - These engaging children's stories chronicle a modern-day family as they celebrate the eight pagan holidays over the course of a year. Readers of all ages will delight in following the fictional Aisha and her family and friends. Told in Aisha's own words, these charming stories bring to life the tradition, beliefs, and values of the pagan faith as it is celebrated today. The book includes a brief introduction to each holiday and an outline of the key pagan concepts and lessons for each story. Readers will follow Aisha to winter solstice, the longest night of the year, when she learns to appreciate the importance of family and figures out how to end a fight with her best friend Heather. During the fall equinox, readers will rejoice with Aisha as she celebrates her many accomplishments over the past year. This refreshing, family-oriented approach to the pagan calendar is ideal for children, parents, teachers, and anyone who seeks greater insight into the spiritual significance of pagan tradition. Recommended for ages 4-8.
The Shadowlands (Aisha Blackwell's Chronicles) (Eiry Nieves) - Kindle edition. After almost three hundred years roaming the earth in solitude, one of two things was bound to happen: suicide or finally going crazy. But when death’s promise was worse than the thought of living…craziness and bitterness seemed like a hell a better option to her. On the bright side, when life no longer holds any surprises for you, it also gives you a sense of serenity that has been denied since birth. At least that’s what Aisha Blackwell tells her reflection every passing day. From a world of shadows comes our heroine, a tracker that’s only called forward to Dead Territory (the side of the world that wields no magic), when an awakened comes belatedly into his powers. But this new call is about to change life as she knew it. When given the assignment to track a new awakened, Aisha thought it would be a simple task; only a matter of finding, capturing it and then returning to the Shadowlands. But what she didn’t expect to find was that this new awakened would bring her world to her feet. Maybe life still had a few surprises to give…like the strength of the bonds of friendship, the warmness that love can bestow and the means to make a heart beat again. I dare you to enter the Shadowlands. Recommended for ages young adult.
Famous People Named Aisha - Aisha Tyler (actress); Princess Aisha of Jordan (daughter of King Hussein); Aisha Wonder (musician, daughter of Stevie Wonder); Aisha bint Abu Bakr (wife of Prophet Muhammad)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Aisha - Stevie Wonder (musician); King Hussein (King of Jordan)
Aisha - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Aisha.