Jenny We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Jenny.
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Cotton Jenny - a song by Gordon Lightfoot
Jenny - a song by Chicago
Jenny - a song by Clifford T. Ward
Jenny - a song by Cross Canadian Ragweed
Jenny - a song by Harry Chapin
Jenny Come Back - a song by Restless Heart
Jenny Don't Be Hasty - a song by Paolo Nutini
Jenny Don't Mind - a song by The Foghat
Jenny Dreamed of Trains - a song by John Denver
Jenny Dreamed of Trains - a song by Vince Gill
Jenny from the Block - a song by Jennifer Lopez
Jenny Jenny - a song by Little Richard
Jenny Lynn - a song by the Stanley Brothers
Jenny Rebecca - a song by Barbra Streisand
Jenny Rebecca - a song by Olivia Newton-John
Jenny Says - a song by Cowboy Mouth
Jenny Take a Ride - Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels
Jenny Was a Friend of Mine - a song by The Killers
Jenny Wren - a song by Paul McCartney
Oh Jenny - a song by Bob Welch
Oh Jenny - a song by Rick Treviño
Photo Jenny - a song by Belle & Sebastian
Pirate Jenny - a song by Nina Simone
Poor Jenny - a song by The Everly Brothers
A Job for Jenny Archer (Ellen Conford) - Convinced that her family is poor because her parents refuse to get her a horse or a swimming pool, nine-year-old Jenny Archer follows her own path to making money, and plunges her house into the real estate market. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Jenny (Beth P. Wilson) - In a series of brief monologues, Jenny shares her delight in the things that fill her world, from family and school to bubble baths, a wedding, chocolate cookies, and the memory of Martin Luther King. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Jenny and the Cat Club: A Collection of Favorite Stories about Jenny Linsky (Esther Averill) - In Greenwich Village an orphaned black cat lives happily with her master, a sea captain. Still, the gentle Jenny Linsky would like nothing more than to join the local Cat Club, whose members include Madame Butterfly, an elegant Persian, the high-stepping Macaroni, and stately, plump Mr. President. But can she overcome her fears and prove that she, too, has a special gift? Join Jenny and her friends, including fearless Pickles the Fire Cat, on their spirited downtown adventures and discover why The Atlantic Monthly called Jenny "a personality ranking not far below such giants as Peter Rabbit." Recommended for ages 4-8.
Jenny Archer, Author (Ellen Conford) - This book is about Jenny Archer and her struggle to write her autobiography. Fortunately, her imagination comes to the rescue, helping her to invent a fascinating family history. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Jenny Found a Penny (Trudy Harris) - Jenny Found a Penny takes the idea of teaching economics to children head on with its lessons about money and saving woven into an interesting story to which many children can relate. Not only does Jenny find a penny in the back seat of the car, but she uses that opportunity to start saving for a special item at the dollar store. A hard worker, Jenny finds chores around the house that help her to earn a regular stream of coins for her savings jar. Readers can use the realistic illustrations of the coins in the sidebars to add up the money that Jenny accumulates. Children may also relate to Jenny's misfortune at the cashier's desk when she encounters the dreaded sales tax. This book will appeal to parents and teachers who are seeking an eye-catching book that encourages children to think about money and do the math in a creative way. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Jenny Goes to Sea (Esther Averill) - In Jenny Goes to Sea, our heroine makes her passage on the good ship Sea Queen with her master, Captain Tinker, and her adopted brothers, tiger cat Edward, and black-and-white cat Checkers. Once on board, they meet the adventurous ship's cat, Jack Tar. Leaving New York's harbor, the friends travel to Africa and Asia, and return through the Panama Canal. At each port they meet a colorful local cat who shows them around. Jenny and her pals have their fortunes told by an Abyssinian cat in Zanzibar; dance the sailor's hornpipe with Bobo the Burmese, another ship's cat who was left behind, in Singapore; and float with Siamese cat Dara in a sampan boat on a Bangkok river—a truly exotic adventure. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Jenny Is Scared: When Sad Things Happen in the World (Carol Shuman) - A comforting, coping story for children who are aware of the threats of violence and terrorism in the world. A range of fears, feelings and questions are explored. The child reader is encouraged to talk to parents, friends and other caregivers. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Jenny Jellyfish: A Tale of Wiggly Jellies (Suzanne Tate) - Amazing facts about moon jellies, animals with no heart, bones or brain. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Jenny Maybelle and the Cocker Spaniel Who Needed a Perm (Gloria Williams Lupo) - In the little town of Bustlebout in 1954, strange events start bugging Jenny Maybelle Gillory. She wants to be an ordinary, normal fifth grader with the best dog ever, the most beautiful hair ever, and tons of friends. She plans to buy a puppy and train him to take first place in the Bustlebout May Day Festival Dog Show. That should win her loads of friends, and she won’t have to hang around by herself just looking weird anymore. But she collides with a string of odd calamities which she fears has something to do with a spooky old woman and her weird broom. Hard times come, and Jenny Maybelle has to spend her time working to help her family instead of hanging out with her friends. Things get embarrassing and downright whacky. Although the story is based on many of the author's experiences as a child in the 1950's, Jenny Maybelle faces many of the same problems that children face today. Recommended for ages 9-11.
Jenny's Birthday Book (Esther Averill) - It's a big day for Jenny Linsky, the shy little black cat of Greenwich Village, when her brothers, Checkers and Edward, take her out for her birthday. They pick up her notorious friends along the way, including the twins Romulus and Remus, who have brought a special present, and Pickles, the Fire Cat, who gathers everyone into his red fire truck to take them to the park. There they will invite friends and strangers to share a picnic supper and dance the night away. Join Jenny and her friends in their romp around town in this beautiful birthday story! Recommended for ages 4-8.
Jenny's Moonlight Adventure (Esther Averill) - At nine o'clock The Cat Club will convene to celebrate this wondrous Halloween night in Jenny's Moonlight Adventure. All the cats, from twins Romulus and Remus through to the wise Solomon, have been looking forward to this evening. The high point of the party is to be the nose flute performance by the Persian cat Madame Butterfly, but she has hurt herself, cannot leave her house, and has lost her instrument. The flute is found in a pile of autumn leaves but there's still the problem of how to return the flute to its beautiful Persian owner. Jenny comes up with a very adventurous plan. After all, Halloween is "her" night. But will she pull it off? Recommended for ages 4-8.
Jumping Jenny (Ellen Bari) - Jenny loves to jump. She is constantly jumping over cracks in the sidewalk and over fences with and without her pogo stick. Her jumping gets her in trouble in school where she knocks over a box of caterpillars in the science room and bumps into the hot lunch cart in the cafeteria, splattering mashed potatoes in every direction. Her jumping annoys her friends who make fun of her, her teachers who ask her to stop and her mother who does not allow her to jump in the house. Jenny becomes a hero when her teacher suggests a mitzvah project to help children in Uganda. Jenny decides she will jump 1.000 times without stopping and collects $1 a jump from her friends and family. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Famous People Named Jenny - Jennifer "Jenny" McCarthy (model, actress, author, autism activist); Johanna Maria "Jenny" Lind (opera singer); Jennifer "Jenny" Thompson (Olympic swimmer); Jennifer “Jenny” Lewis (musician); Jennifer Ann "Jenny" Agutter (English actress); Jenny Byrne (Australian tennis player)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Jenny - Tony Orlando (entertainer); Charles Shaughnessy (British actor)
Jenny - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Jenny.