Kyle We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Kyle.
Kyle Quit the Band - a song by Tenacious D
Kyle's Mom Is a Big Fat Bitch - a song by Eric Cartman from South Park [explicit]
Escaping the Giant Wave (Peg Kehret) - Thirteen-year-old Kyle thought spending a vacation on the Oregon coast with his family would be great. He'd never flown before, and he'd never seen the Pacific Ocean. One evening Kyle is left in charge of his younger sister, BeeBee, while his parents attend an adults-only Salesman of the Year dinner on an elegant yacht. Then the earthquake comes, starting a fire in their hotel! As Kyle and BeeBee fight their way out through smoke and flame, Kyle remembers the sign at the beach that said after an earthquake everyone should go uphill and inland, as far from the ocean as possible. Giant tsunami waves -- three or four stories high can ride in from the sea and engulf anyone who doesn't escape fast enough. Kyle and BeeBee flee uphill as a tsunami crashes over the beach, the hotel, and the town. The giant wave charges straight up the hillside and through the woods where the children are running for their lives. The perfect vacation has become a nightmare! Somehow Kyle and BeeBee have to outwit nature's fury and save themselves from tsunami terror. Recommended for ages 8-12.
Har-Kyle and the Battle for Bargar (Harry Chinchinian) - Bargar. Land of the Beast People, where Squadron Leader Har-Kyle is challenged to re-capture the blue Ozum ray-gun. The paralyzing rays are used for hunting animals, and are also being developed by the Beast People to hunt men, women, and children. The battle seems over before it even begins. But for Har-Kyle, the Battle for Bargar has just begun! Recommended for ages 13+
Kyle Oaks: The Fight for the Throne (Justus Stewart) - Justus lives in Saranac Lake, New York. He has 2 brothers and 2 sisters. He is also a member of the Cub Scouts Pack 9. He enjoys playing the piano, writing and building things. Justus’ favorite authors are Russell Banks, J.K. Rowlings and C.S. Lewis. They inspired him to write this book. King Kyle started out first as a drawing and a few words. That turned into more of a thought that he wanted to turn his idea into a book. His dream of being publish at 10 years old has come true and wants to share his story with each and everyone of you just like his favorite authors do with their stories. He hopes you enjoy reading this book as much as he did writing it. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Kyle's Colorful Life (Drema McNeal) - Drema McNeal has captured the thoughts of a special child, Kyle. Autism continues to afflict our precious children at an alarming rate. They need warmth, understanding and time with parents and care givers to focus thoughts and actions from reading turning them into a basis for education and growth. Beautifully illustrated by Kasey Short, Kyles Colorful Life will enhance reading time for all children of all ages.
Kyle's Island (Sally Derby) - When Kyle and his family return to their beloved lake cottage in Michigan, his mother drops the bomb that this will be their last summer there. Newly divorced, she feels forced to sell the property to make ends meet. A veteran fisherman at age 13, and very much tuned into lake life and nature’s simple pleasures, Kyle rages at the prospect and boils inwardly at his father for causing the family’s upheaval. Stung by loss, and out of sorts with this unwelcome transition in his life, Kyle trudges through the days of what was supposed to be a great summer. He also makes a quest out of exploring an uninhabited island in the lake. When he connects with a somewhat mysterious neighbor and takes him on fishing excursions, Kyle learns more about the island and begins to feel empathy for other people’s stories. A sensitive coming-of-age tale that does not tie up ends too neatly. Recommended for ages 10-14.
Smile with Kyle the Koala (Rosemary Scarsella) - Smile with Kyle the Koala is a book that delivers a very simple but very important message; how a child's attitude can impact the world around them. The adorable main character, a pudgy, happy-go-lucky Koala named Kyle takes the reader through his day. He conveys the message of how happiness can start with a smile and catch on to others around him. The book is beautifully illustrated and is bound to put a smile on every reader's face. This story will undoubtedly become a favorite among all who read it. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Kyle - Kyle MacLachlan (actor); Kyle Boller (football player); Kyle Busch (race car driver); Kyle Petty (race car driver); Kyle Gallner (actor); Kyle Chandler (actor); Kyle Turris (hockey player); Kyle Reese (actor); Kyle Massey (actor)
Famous People who Named their Child Kyle - Clint Eastwood (actor/director); Deborah Norville (TV personality); Frank Gifford (sportscaster); Howie Long (football player); Marcia Clark (attorney); Matthew Fox (actor); Natalie Cole (singer); Rick Fox (basketball player); Susan Powter (motivational speaker)
Kyle - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Kyle.