Jessie We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Jessie.
Dear Jessie - a song by Madonna
For Little Jessie - a song by Jerry Jeff Walker
Hey Jessie - a song by Debby Ryan
Jesse - a song by Carly Simon
Jesse - a song by Joan Baez
Jesse James - a song by Bruce Springsteen
Jessie - a song by Joshua Kadison
Jessie - a song by Neal McCoy
Jessie & My Whetstone - a song by Saves The Day
Jessie's Girl - a song by Rick Springfield
Kim & Jessie - a song by M83
Poor Jessie - a song by Peter Keane
Simply Jessie - a song by Rex Smith
Song for Jesse - a song by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis
That's Just Jessie - a song by Kevin Denney
Whispering Jesse - a song by John Denver
Jessie Benton Fremont: California Pioneer (Marguerite Higgins) - Any history of California is incomplete without the story of this dynamic woman who was one of the state's first notable pioneer figures. Jessie Benton Fremont was witty, intelligent, gracious, and beautiful. Along with her husband, John C. Fremont, Jessie was passionate about abolition and together their efforts assured California's admission to the Union as a free state. She authored all her husband's exploratory journals of the West and was intimately involved in his political endeavors as well. Jessie was presented at court in both England and France, lived in pioneer tents during the Gold Rush, had audiences with Lincoln, and acted as army nurse during the Civil War. Her story is written for young people by another dynamic woman, Marguerite Higgins, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author who covered WWII, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Recommended for ages 12+
Jessie's Island (Sheryl McFarlane) - Told with lyric simplicity, this story is more than a celebration of West Coast life. At a time when our children's entertainment has become increasingly formal and high-tech, Jessie's Island reminds us of the joy of unstructured play and the pleasures to be found in the natural world around us. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Jessie's Mountain (Kerry Madden) - Livy Two has always dreamed of becoming a singer, and her decision to run off to Nashville’s Music Row is made with confidence. She figures the money she’ll bring home will buy the family’s house as well as forgiveness for running away. The Nashville adventure is a disaster, though; even her cherished guitar is stolen. Livy Two takes her failure hard, but finds comfort in the girlhood diary of her mother, Jessie. Outraged to discover that young Jessie had dreams now long-forgotten, Livy Two puts the whole family to work and makes Mama’s ultimate dream come true. Recommended for ages 8-11.
When Jessie Came Across the Sea (Amy Hest) - "Hest simply and faithfully holds a mirror to the milestone event for millions of turn-of-the-century immigrants.” Said Publisher’s Weekly in their starred review. When a young girl from a poor eastern European village learns that she must leave her beloved grandmother for a new life - and a new love - in America, they both feel that their hearts will break. The sure and inspired narrative by award-winning author Amy Hest is paired with paintings by P.J. Lynch that glow with warmth and carefully observed detail, creating an unforgettable tribute to the immigrant experience. Recommended for ages 6-9.
Famous People Named Jessie - Jessie J (English singer/songwriter); Jessie Bond (English singer/actress); Jessie Buckley (Irish singer); Jessie James (country singer/songwriter); Jessie Matthews (English actress); Jessie Royce Landis (actress); Jessie Tuggle (football player); Jessie Willcox Smith (artist)
Famous People Who Named Their Child Jessie - Sean Combs (music mogul); Caryl Mack Parker (country musician); John Denver (musician); Woodrow Wilson (U.S. President)
Jessie - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Jessie.