Lila We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Lila.
Lila - a song by Bright Eyes
Alberto y Lila: Albert and Lila (Rafik Schami) - In this warmhearted picture book, two farmyard outcasts take solace in their taboo friendship when Lila, a chicken, cottons to Albert, a pig. "Schami's pleasant tone and gentle pace envelop a message about tolerance and shattering stereotypes.” Recommended for ages 4-8.
Lila and the Secret of Rain (David Conway) - By following her grandfather’s instructions (climb the highest mountain and tell the sky the saddest thing you know), a small girl hopes to end the devastating drought in her Kenyan village. When she reaches the mountain peak, she recounts her own sad memories, but nothing changes. It’s only when she describes the loss the drought is bringing to her people that the “crying sky” lets loose a lightning storm and “tears of rain.” This is the poignant story of one child who saves her world. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Lila Pirate (Georgie Birkett) - "Ahoy there, Lila Pirate! / Ahoy to Lila's crew! / The Jolly Jake is setting sail… / There's lots of work to do!" Lila and her crew have set sail in search of treasure. Teddy is up in the crow's nest keeping watch, but when a sudden storm hits he falls from his perch and—shiver me timbers!—sinks beneath the waves. Luckily a friendly mermaid rescues him just in the nick of time, and everyone gathers to celebrate his return with a pirate party. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Lila y el secreto de los fuegos (Philip Pullman) - Ever since her childhood, spent watching her father in his workshop, Lila has shown a marked talent for pyrotechnics, even inventing her own fireworks with names like Tumbling Demons and Shimmering Coins. When Lila tells her father she'd like to become a master firework-maker, he's shocked. Firework-making is no job for a girl, he tells her. Nevertheless, Lila decides to run away to Mount Merapi, where every firework-maker must go to claim royal sulphur from Razvani the Fire-Fiend. Along the way, she meets pirates, wild animals, and supernatural beings until, at last, Lila must face the scariest obstacle of all: her own fear. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Lila's Little Dinosaur (Wolfram Hanel) - Seven-and-a-half-year-old Lila loves dinosaurs more than anything, so she is thrilled when she encounters a little dinosaur hiding out at a special exhibit put on by the National History Museum. It's not your typical dinosaur. Covered from head to toe with rainbow stripes, this compact dino, about the size of a dog, is a sight to behold--but only a sight for children's eyes. Lila takes her dinosaur home, and the usual antics ensue when a guest that parents can't see has to be accommodated. This predictable tale gets a shot in the arm from the spirited color illustrations on each page that should keep readers turning eagerly. Recommended for ages 6-10.
Sweet Valley High Series (Francine Pascal) - This is a novel series created by Francine Pascal who presided over a team of ghostwriters for the duration of the series' creation which began in 1983. The series contains over 150 books. The storylines revolve around the lives of teenagers Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield, twins who live in Sweet Valley, California. One of the series’ characters is Lila Fowler, Jessica's best friend and arch-rival. A "poor little rich girl" stereotype, she is also one of the wealthiest girls in town. Recommended for ages 12+
Famous People Named Lila - Lila Downs (Mexican singer); Lila Lee (actress); Lila McCann (country music singer); Lila Kedrova (French actress); Lila Bell Wallace (co-founder of the Reader's Digest)
Famous People who Named their Daughter Lila - Kate Moss (supermodel); Virginie Ledoyen (French actress)
Lila - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Lila.