Iris We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Iris.
Camouflage Iris - a song by Settlefish
For A Bandaged Iris - a song by Poison The Well
Iris - a song by the Goo Goo Dolls
Iris - a song by Live
Iris - a song by Ronan Keating
Iris - a song by The Breeders
Through The Iris - a song by 10 Years
Iris and Isaac (Catherine Rayner) - Iris and Isaac are NOT FRIENDS. Off they stomp, in a big huff, as far away from each other as possible. And as they stomp, they see funny, strange and wonderful things. If only they were together to share them... Recommended for ages 4-8.
Iris and Walter (Elissa Haden Guest) - In this beginning chapter book, Iris has moved from the city to the country, and she is not impressed. There are no noises, no stoops to sit on, and seemingly, no children. Her parents encourage her to play in her new yard to no avail; it is her grandfather who finally takes her for a walk and she meets Walter in his tree house. The two become fast friends and Iris learns to appreciate country life. She rides the boy's pony, plays hide-and-seek, and rolls in the grass. Other books in the “Iris and Walter” series include: True Friends; The Sleepover; The Birthday Party; The Field Trip; The Substitute Teacher; Cousin Howie; Baby Rose; Lost and Found; and The School Play. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Iris Has a Virus (Arlene Alda) - When Iris feels tired and sick, she goes to the doctor and learns that she has "a nasty bug." In her fevered state, she has strange dreams about different kinds of colorful bugs that walk and talk. Her dad explains that her virus-causing bug is a germ that can be seen only through a microscope. On Saturday, she feels well enough to go to her grandfather's party, but wonders where her bug went. The answer becomes immediately clear when, on the way, her brother suddenly feels sick. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Iris Wall, Cracker Cowgirl (Carol Rey) - "Iris Wall, Cracker Cowgirl is a gem and will [be] of interest to children of all ages, young adults, and seniors, and anyone interested in reading about a Florida way of life that has all but vanished today. Iris Wall is a true part of Florida history. This book belongs in anyone's collection of Florida books. Excellent!" says Patrick Smith, author. Iris Wall grew up in the 1930s with no television and no radio, but there was no shortage of entertainment in her old Florida family home. She was raised breaking horses, riding in rodeos, and cowhunting with her daddy. Recommended for ages 5-10.
Iris, Messenger (Sarah Deming) - Iris Greenwold is a dreamer; it's how she escapes her miserable existence. Her mother researches soybeans for an uncaring employer and her wacky father lives far away and pays almost no attention to her. Erebus Middle School is awful, with classmates who torment her and teachers who don't understand why she doesn't pay attention. And then, for her 12th birthday, Iris receives an incredible gift: Bulfinch's Mythology. Reading about the exploits of the Greek gods is right up her alley, but she is puzzled when mysterious messages start popping up in the book's pages and downright startled to discover that the gods are all living nearby at the New Jersey shore and in the Philadelphia area. Moreover, they desperately need her help. As she meets such figures as Poseidon (who runs a seaside oyster shack), Apollo (owner of a cool jazz club), and Aphrodite (stylist extraordinaire), she's also treated to firsthand accounts of Greek myths. This engaging story of an unhappy girl whose dreaming pays off in wonderful ways will be a hit with adolescents dealing with those difficult middle school years. Recommended for ages 10-14.
Just Ask Iris (Lucy Frank) - One wacky building. One amazing summer. According to her mother, Iris is supposed to spend the summer safely indoors, keeping the apartment clean and learning to type. But when Iris follows a cat out onto the fire escape one day, she ends up meeting some of the amazing people who live in her building, including Yolanda, the Cat Lady, and the angry boy with the peashooter. So she comes up with two summer goals of her own: to earn some money, and to spend as much time outside the stuffy apartment as possible. The money starts trickling in thanks to Iris's many neighbors and her errand-running business. But little does she know her job -- and her typing skills -- will lead her to play a major role not only in the future of her building, but also in the lives of forty-plus cats. And in the end, Iris gets something she didn't even know she was looking for....Recommended for ages 9-12.
Famous People Named Iris - Iris Chang (author); Iris DeMent (singer); Iris Adrian (actress); Iris Murdoch (British novelist)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Iris - Jude Law (actor); Sadie Frost (actress/designer); Jean Rochefort (French actor)
Iris - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Iris.