Hazel We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Hazel.
Behind These Hazel Eyes - a song by Kelly Clarkson
Hazel - a song by Bob Dylan
Hazel - a song by the Cocteau Twins
Hazel - a song by Lloyd
Hazel's Homemade Hallelujah Punch - a song by Cledus T. Judd
Hazel's House - a song by Richard Shindell
Hooray for Hazel - a song by Tommy Roe
Hazel (Julie Hearn) - Hazel Louise Mull-Dare has a good life, but it's so dull. With an adoring father who grants her every wish, a place in the Kensington School for Daughters of Gentlemen, and no pressure to excel in anything whatsoever, her future looks primarily predictable. But on the day of the Epsom Derby - June 4, 1913 - everything changes. A woman in a dark coat steps in front of the king's horse in protest at the injustice of denying women the vote. She dies days later bringing further attention to the suffragist cause. Young Hazel is transfixed. And when her bold new friend Gloria convinces her to take on the cause, Hazel gets her first taste of rebellion. But doing so leads her into greater trouble than she could have ever imagined. Such great trouble that she in banished from London, all the way to where her family fortune originates - a sugar plantation in the Caribbean. There Hazel is forced to confront the dark secrets of her family - secrets that have festered, and a shame that lingers on. Recommended for ages young adult.
Hazel Green (Odo Hirsch) - This entertaining story of one child standing up to adult authority is likely to win many fans. Hazel Green thinks it's unfair that children are not allowed to march in her town's annual Frogg Day parade, so she convinces the powers that be to let them participate-as long as they have a float. She and the other youngsters from her building develop the plans for a model of the building, but Yakov, a mathematical genius, tells Hazel that it will fall down, which no one wants to hear. Meanwhile Hazel is being falsely blamed for revealing her friend's secret recipe for a new pastry to a rival baker. Ultimately, resourceful Hazel proves that she didn't give away the secret, helps her friends fix the tower, makes a friend of Yakov, and marches in the parade. The writing is clever and funny, the plot has broad appeal, and readers will applaud Hazel's triumphs. Hirsch's book will satisfy audiences looking for gentle, humorous fiction. Also in this Hazel Green series are books called Have Courage, Hazel Green and Something’s Fishy Hazel Green. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Hazel Nutt, Alien Hunter (David Elliott) - When Captain Nutt and her two-headed first mate, Igor, from the Tu-Noggin Galaxy, land on planet Wutt, the alien Wutties charge the spaceship and clamber to see who has arrived. Should Captain fear the Wutties? Only if she hates puns! Wutt's not to love? But look out, Nutt, for those giant meatballs soaring through the sky! It could mean the end of Starship Booby prize...or maybe it's just lunch! Recommended for ages 4-8.
Hazel Rye (Vera Cleaver) - An eleven-year-old girl, with no appreciation for land and growing things, finds her values beginning to change when she agrees to let an impoverished family live in a small house she owns, in exchange for working in the surrounding orange grove. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Hazel's Amazing Mother (Rosemary Wells) - The power of maternal love fuels this fantasy. Hazel, a whimsical badger who wears a girl's wide-brimmed hat, blouse and skirt, strolls her doll around town. On the way home, she becomes lost. She is set upon by buck-toothed beaver Doris and her two friends, who unstuff her doll and throw her carriage into the lake. Just in time, a gust of wind blows mother into the tree under which Hazel stands, and the bullies are ordered to repair the doll and retrieve her carriage. Large-format black-ink drawings with comic detail are solidly filled in with cheerful bright watercolors. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Hazel's Healthy Halloween (Kathryn Meyrick) - When Hazel is invited to the Halloween ball being given by Boris the Boor, she discovers she has "nothing to wear". After a trip to Felicity's Dress Shop, Hazel decides that she must lose some weight so that she can fit into a lovely new gown and so she goes off to the "Health Farm". After six zany days of exercise and a poor diet, Hazel is able to fit into her new dress and arrives at the Ball looking stunning. She is asked to dance by Prince Boris only to decide that she didn't go to all the trouble of losing weight for a "silly man" and promptly devours everything in sight on the buffet table! The story ends with "Gentle Reader: Accept yourself the way you are, and you'll be happier by far. Remember though, whatever you do, that exercise is good, and too much food is bad for you.” Recommended for ages 4-8.
Woody, Hazel, and Little Pip (Elsa Beskow) - This delightful autumn story describes the woodland adventures of two acorn children who get carried away by the blustery autumn wind. It is a mini edition of Elsa Beskow's classic tale. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Hazel - Hazel Walker (basketball player); Hazel Massery (civil rights activist); Hazel Hotchkiss Wightman (tennis player)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Hazel - Julia Roberts (actress); Berry Gordy (music producer); Stefan Lessard (musician)
Hazel - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Hazel.