Ana We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Ana (see Anna).
Ana - a song by the Pixies
Ana & Mia - a song by The Trews
Ana's Song (Open Fire) - a song by Silverchair
Ana Banana y yo/ Anna Banana and Me (Lenore Blegvad) - The young boy in this story is afraid of many things, but his friend Ana is just the opposite, exuberant and full of life. A heartwarming story. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Ana Cultiva Manzanas / Apple Farmer Annie (Monica Wellington) - A delicious treat about America's favorite fruit is now available in a Spanish bilingual format. Ana grows and sells apples, and she makes cider and applesauce and muffins. A glossary helps kids learn the names of Ana's delicious ingredients in both languages. With tie-ins to math and science curricula and units on autumn, this book will be especially welcomed by teachers. Truly the pick of the crop! Recommended for ages 4-8.
Growing Up with Tamales/Los Tamales de Ana (Gwendolyn Zepeda) - This sweet and funny story about sibling rivalry and the tradition of making tamales is told from the perspective of Ana, who yearns to be like her big sister. Stage actress Gabriella Cavallero's voice brings the rhythmic prose to life with her tenderhearted reading in flawless English and Spanish. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Princesa Ana (Cantin Marc) - La princesa Ana era flaca, flaca. Pero con el tiempo le sale una barriga. A su esposo, el príncipe Barrigón, esto le parece estupendo, y amenaza con sacar punta a las orejas de quien se atreva a decir algo sobre su amada. Un día la princesa se siente mal, y pronto todos se dan cuenta de que dentro de ella había una sorpresa. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Rebecca and Ana: American Girls Collection (Jacqueline Dembar Greene) - At last, Rebecca's cousin, Ana, has made the long journey from Russia to Ellis Island. It's crowded with two families living in one small apartment, but Rebecca is happy to share everything with Ana. At school, she is determined to help Ana learn English. But when the teacher tells her to include Ana in a special performance, Rebecca panics--Ana's broken English will ruin the show! As the big day draws near, Rebecca learns an important lesson about what matters most. Includes an illustrated Looking Back section about urban schools in 1914. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Story of Ana: La Historia De Ana (Ely P. Vasquez) - A bilingual (Spanish/English) children's book written and illustrated by El Salvadoran children who had been brought to the U.S. by their parents and who had to cope with a strange land, a new language, feeling marginalized from their schoolmates and yet who wanted to succeed in their new home. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Famous People Named Ana - Ana Gasteyer (SNL cast member); Ana Ivanović (tennis player); Ana Alicia (actress); Ana Beatriz Barros (Brazilian model); Ana Cláudia Michels (Brazilian model)
Famous People who Named their Daughter Ana - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Ana.
Santa Ana (or Saint Anne) - Santa Ana (or Saint Anne) is believed to be the mother of the Virgin Mary, and grandmother of Jesus. She and her husband, Joachim, were unable to have a child for many years and then Anna was visited in the night by an angel who let her know that she would soon conceive a child. The couple were so happy with this news that they promised their child, once born, would be in the service of God. In addition to bearing the child who would become the mother of Jesus, Saint Anne is also the saint of women in labor.