Ah sì ben mio - performed by Andrea Bocelli
Ben - a song by Jennifer Love Hewitt
Ben - a song by Michael Jackson
Ben - a song by Boyzone
Ben Moves To California - a song by The Broadways
Ben Wah Balls - a song by Blink 182
Bennie and the Jets - is a song by Elton John
Bill and Ben - a song by Catherine Wheel
Dear Ben - a song by Jennifer Lopez
Ellen and Ben - a song by The Dismemberment Plan
Stumbled into Ben - is a song by Kevin Seconds
Ben and Me: An Astonishing Life of Benjamin Franklin by His Good Mouse Amos (Robert Lawson) - Ever wonder where inventors get their ideas? As it turns out, the great inventor Benjamin Franklin got his best ideas from a mouse named Amos! Funny, interesting and wise, this classic tale has been a favorite for generations. Once you've met Amos and read his account, you'll never think of Ben Franklin-or American history-quite the same way. Explore this historical time period even further in this new edition of award-winning author Robert Lawson's classic tale, with additional bonus material, including a map of Ben Franklin's travels! Recommended for ages 8-11.
Ben and the Big Balloon (Sue Graves) - One Amazon reviewer said this: “My preschool age son is learning to read and absolutely LOVES this book because he can read it himself. The words he doesn't know yet are repeated so it makes learning them natural. The story isn't amazing, but the pictures are cute and the enjoyment of reading for my son is what it's all about!” Recommended for ages 3-6.
Ben's Book (Nanette Newman) - As amusing as it is instructive, this picture book teaches children about the joys of reading and sharing stories. When Ben receives a book for his birthday, he's not sure what to do with it. Perhaps it would make a good tunnel for his cars, or an exciting new hat? But none of the uses he comes up with seem quite right—until he shows it to his older sister Lulu, who knows exactly what a book is for! A story to encourage young readers, enlivened by bright, friendly artwork. Recommended for ages 3-6.
Big Ben (Sarah Ellis) - Who says little brothers can’t do anything? Poor Ben. He’s the little one - the youngest and smallest. His sister Robin is a big kid in grade five; his brother Joe is a big kid in grade two. Ben’s just a little kid in preschool. He can’t swim, he can’t use chopsticks, he can’t even see out the car window. And worst of all, today is report card day. More than anything, Ben wants to bring home a report like Robin’s and Joe’s. But there are no report cards in preschool. Guess what? Ben is about to discover that sometimes there are report cards - at home, written by older siblings! He’s about to get his very own report, grading him on all the activities that little brothers do best. Beloved children’s author Sarah Ellis has followed up her acclaimed picture book debut, Next Stop! (2000) with this irresistible tale of siblings who, every once in a while, remember what it was like to be the little one. Kim La Fave’s always-empathetic characters inhabit a child’s world with just the right touch of humor and joy. A perfect book for preschoolers, younger siblings and beginner readers. Recommended for ages 3-6.
Brave Ben (Mathilde Stein) - Ben is scared of everything: of the girl who cuts in front of him at the bakery, of people in the street who laugh at his favorite pair of flowered overalls, and especially of the spook underneath his bed. In his search for help with his problem, Ben finds that hi is braver than he thought. Recommended ages 7-10.
Gentle Ben (Walt Morey) - The Alaskan wilderness is a lonely place for Mark Andersen, especially after the death of his brother. But Mark finds a friend named Ben, who happens to be an Alaskan brown bear. Ben and Mark form a special bond, but the townspeople are determined to destroy it. It is only through the strength of an enduring friendship that Ben—and Mark—have a chance of being saved. Recommended for ages 8-11.
Famous People Who Go by the Name Ben - Ben Affleck (actor/director); Ben Bernanke (Federal Reserve Chairman); Ben Crenshaw (golfer); Ben Franklin (important American); Ben Gibbard (musician); Ben Harper (musician); Ben Hogan (golfer); Ben Kingsley (actor); Ben Rothlisberger (football player); Ben Stiller (actor); Ben Vereen (actor)
Famous People Who Named Their Son Ben - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Ben.
Benjamin Franklin (17 Jan 1706 - 17 Apr 1790) - One of the most celebrated American figures of all time, Ben Franklin was a jack of all trades. He represented the essence of what it means to be an American. A printer. A publisher. A scientist. An inventor. A postmaster. A legislator. A diplomat. A social activist. A Founding Father. Even with only a 5th grade education, Ben Franklin pulled himself up by the bootstraps and became a celebrated, intelligent, wealthy and important figure even during his own time. The man embodies the American ideals. He led both an ambitious life and a virtuous one. Benjamin Franklin was also one of the earliest abolitionists and a protector of Native American rights. His life alone is one of the most profound statements on what all Americans strive to be.