Hannah Gruen (Nancy Drew series) Hannah Gruen is the housekeeper in the Nancy Drew series of books by the collective pseudonym named Carolyn Keene (1930). Hannah has worked for the Drew family since Nancy’s mother’s death so she acts as an important surrogate mother figure to the young amateur detective. Caring, courageous, protective and kind, she is always there to lend wise advice to Nancy.
Hannah and Gabi - a song by The Lemonheads
Hannah Hold On - a song by The Get Up Kids
Hannah Jane - a song by Hootie & The Blowfish
Hard Hearted Hannah - a song by Ella Fitzgerald
Get Ready for Second Grade (Paula Danziger) - Amber Brown is excited to be starting second grade-and a little nervous. She's worried that the new teacher might not be as nice as she hopes. Plus, Hannah Burton is going to be in her class, and Amber knows Hannah can be mean. But on the way to school with her best friend Justin, Amber makes a decision. She is going to be ready for whatever happens. And second grade had better be ready for Amber Brown! Recommended for ages 6-8.
Gorilla (Anthony Browne) - A delightful and magical story about a lonely little girl (Hannah) who receives a gorilla as a gift. The gorilla comes to life and the two take a magical and adventurous trip to the zoo! Recommended for ages 4-8.
Hannah Mae O'Hannigan's Wild West Show (Lisa Ernst) - From the day she was born, Hannah Mae O'Hannigan has dreamed of being the root-tootinest cowgirl ever. Too bad for Hannah Mae, she lives smack-dab in the middle of a city. But Hannah Mae's Uncle Coot lives way out West, and Hannah Mae is sure-as-sunshine determined to make it to his ranch. Recommended for ages 4-8.
In Kindling Flame: The Story of Hannah Senesh (Linda Atkinson) - A biography of a Jewish heroine, Hannah Senesh, whose resistance work during World War II made her a martyr and an inspiration to those with whom she worked. Recommended for ages Young Adult.
Love from Your Friend Hannah (Mindy Skolsky) - Hannah's best friend, Aggie, moves away and doesn't answer a single one of her letters. Determined to find a new pen pal, Hannah picks an address from a box on her teacher's desk. It's a boy, but his first letter is so dopey, Hannah isn't even going to answer it. Instead, she writes to President Roosevelt. Before long, Hannah has a whole lot of pen pals—and finally discovers the perfect friend, in the most unlikely place. Recommended ages 8-12.
Mommy Doesn't Know My Name (Suzanne Williams) - This loving and humorous story depicts frustrated Hannah, who tries to get her mother to call her by her real name rather than the pet names she uses. Recommended for ages 2-6.
The Devil's Arithmetic (Jane Yolen) - Hannah is a young Jewish girl in America in the 1980s who is becoming weary of remembering her cultural heritage and hearing about the Holocaust. She is transported back to the 1940s assuming the life of a young girl named Chaya, where she learns the importance of survival, friendship, family, and remembrance. Recommended for ages 12 and up.
Famous People Named Hannah - Hannah Dakota Fanning (actress better known as Dakota Fanning); Hannah Ayscough (Isaac Newton’s mother); Hannah Chaplin (Charlie Chaplin’s mother); Hannah Van Buren (First Lady); Hannah Storm (TV personality); Hannah Teter (Olympic snowboarder)
Famous People who Named their Daughter Hannah - Carey Lowell (actress); Elizabeth Perkins (actress); Jessica Lange (actress); Kristin Scott Thomas (actress); Mel Gibson (actor); Tom Selleck (actor); Vendela (model)
Hannah - We cannot find any people of historic significance with the first name Hannah.