Aurora We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Aurora.
Aurora - a song by Björk
Aurora - a song by the Carpenters
Aurora - a song by the Foo Fighters
Aurora - a song by Veruca Salt
Aurora - an opera by Ettore Panizza
Aurora - a song by Avishai Cohen
Aurora - song by The Andrews Sisters
Aurora - an orchestral tone poem by William Lloyd Webber
Aurora Nova - a song by Dan Fogelberg
F*** you Aurora - a song by Alkaline Trio [explicit]
Aurora and Boris Touch the Sky (Jeff Mazurowski) - Aurora and Boris Touch the Sky is an adventurous tale that takes place in a land called Oris. Oris is home to a sister and brother named Aurora and Boris, who dream of visiting every part of the sky. They dream of flying with birds, exploring new planets, and sliding down moonbeams. The children's wishes are granted when the meet Hoppy the Wizard. Hoppy offers to take kids to a place where they can touch the sky. The three travelers hike through mysterious lands on their adventure to this place where Hoppy is leading them. When the reach the sky, Aurora and Boris are amazed by what they see. They also find out that this Sky, The Aurora Borealis, was named after them. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Aurora and the Helpful Dragon (RH Disney) - The stars of two Disney Princess films—The Little Mermaid and The Princess and the Frog—are featured in one full-color 8 x 8 storybook that girls will love! In Tiana's story, she helps Charlotte's dog get along with Louis the alligator. And in Aurora's tale, a little dragon learns that it is always best to be yourself. Plus, there are more than 50 colorful stickers included! Recommended for ages 4-8.
Aurora the Magnificent (Gertrude Hall) - A wholesome and altogether enjoyable love story, with a mellowness and an easy distinction that cannot be claimed by a great many modern novels. It is the sort of story that used to be read aloud to the family circle; it is a novel that can pass that healthy test with unusual credit to the author. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Aurora: A Tale of the Northern Lights (Mindy Dwyer) - In "Aurora", Alaskan storyteller and artist Mindy Dwyer has created a magical story of a young girl whose seeking and dreams lead her to a great discovery. The bright, luminous illustrations that accompany the story magically portray this tale of the origin of the Aurora Borealis, the glorious northern lights. Inspired by her northern home, Mindy Dwyer says: "Living in Alaska, it's natural for one to believe that ancient magic dances in the shadows, the wind is enchanted, the old legends are true and in nature". She lives with her family in Anchorage and is also the author and illustrator of Coyote in Love and Quilt of Dreams. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Aurora: The Perfect Party (Wendy Loggia) - Princess Aurora is planning a party. But it's not just any party--it's a secret celebration in honor of the fairies, Flora, Fauna and Merryweather. Aurora has to sneak out of the castle to gather all of their favorite things to include in the celebration. Recommended for ages 4-8.
The Legend of Aurora (Susan E. Katz) - A lonely boy's wish upon the northern lights comes true, when he finds himself on a magical adventure to the enchanted Music Shoppe, where all the instruments are alive! There, he not only discovers his heart's desire, but the secret origin of the Aurora Borealis. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Famous People Named Aurora - Aurora Robles (Mexican model)
Famous People who Named their Daughter Aurora - Corazon Aquino (former President of the Philippines); Eros Ramazzotti (Italian singer/songwriter); Nancy McKeon (actress); Stephanie McMahon (wrestling businesswoman)
Aurora - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Aurora.