April We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name April.
April and Esme Tooth Fairies (Bob Graham) - Two young tooth fairies make their first lost-tooth collection in Bob Graham’s warm, whimsical tale. A Junior Library Guild Selection. April Underhill, seven-year-old tooth fairy, gets a call on her cell phone. This is it! Her first tooth collection. April and her little sister, Esme, must convince Mom and Dad to let them take on the task all by themselves. But soon, two tiny fairies fly off into the night, over a highway of thundering eighteen-wheelers, eager to prove how grown up they can be. As always, the charm is in the visual details: the pony-tailed, winged dad in baggy jeans; the snug fairy house with teeth dangling from the rafters like wind chimes. Once again, Bob Graham has crafted a tale of heartwarming adventure, magical yet very real. Recommended for ages 5-8.
April's Kittens (Clare Turlay Newberry) - Since it was first published over fifty years ago, April's Kittens remains a classic cat story and is now made available again in this handsome new edition. Many children understand April's dilemma when her cat, Sheba, has three kittens. April is thrilled until her father insists that theirs is strickly a one-cat household. April must give up three cats, but which ones? The aptly named Charcoal? Tiger-striped Butch? Sweet-faced Brenda?--or even Sheba? How April eventually comes up with the perfect solutions makes for a heartwarming story that has appealed to many young cat lovers and will continue to delight generations of children everywhere. Clare's Newberry's enchanting illustrations reflect her fondness for cats; School Library Journal deemed these "beautiful drawings, so real one wants to pet them." Recommended for ages 4-8.
Aprilmae Gets Carried Away! (Diane L. Friese) - Have you ever taken a good thing too far? Did you start out with the best of intentions, but got carried away? Join Miss Aprilmae June, designated painter fairy, as she goes about her annual mission of painting Spring. See how her good works lead her to go just a wee bit overboard. How will Aprilmae and her fairy friends solve the problem? This beautifully illustrated children's book, containing 40 enchanting pages, is the first book in the Screen Door series. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Cliques, Hicks, and Ugly Sticks: The Confessions of April Grace (KD McCrite) - Just when April Grace thought the drama was over…After an automobile accident, Isabel St. James-resident drama coach and drama queen-needs help putting together the church play. Mama insists April Grace and Myra Sue will help. April's fall is now devoted to spending every afternoon with Isabel and Myra Sue-if anyone is as big of a drama queen as Isabel, it's Myra Sue. Plus, she's dumb. (Okay, not dumb, but "older sister dumb.") If that's not enough, Isabel is wreaking havoc in the community trying to get Rough Creek Road paved, the new boy at school will not leave her alone, and then Mama drops the biggest bombshell of all…April Grace is no longer going to be the baby of the family…Girls will completely relate to April and love her sense of humor as she deals with siblings, boys, and the many changes that come with growing up. Recommended for ages 8-12.
The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May, & June (Robin Benway) - Kindle edition. For sisters April (16), May (15), and June (14), it’s been hard enough dealing with their parents’ divorce, a move, and a new school. But things get even more complicated after each girl unexpectedly rediscovers an unusual childhood ability: April can foresee the future; May can become invisible; and June can read minds. As the sisters try to manage their powers, they also fight about how best to use them, especially since April’s foreboding visions may involve family members. Events culminate in unexpected ways, but the perspective each girl gains about her abilities, priorities, and relationships ultimately brings positive change. Droll and dramatic, the first-person narratives rotate among conscientious and responsible April; sometimes-snarky outsider May; and popularity-aspiring June. With amusing detail, each girl highlights her individual challenges as she navigates the complexities of family, friends, school, and romance. While the girls’ narratives occasionally blur, their experiences, both everyday and fantastical, create an enjoyable, contemporary read about family bonds. Recommended for ages 14-18.
Famous People Named April - Avril Lavigne (singer, Avril is the French word for April); April Winchell (actress)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter April - Hoyt Axton (country musician)
April - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name April.