Nathan Price (The Poisonwood Bible) Nathan Price is a central character in Barbara Kingsolver bestselling novel "The Poisonwood Bible" (1998). As a WWII veteran and the only member of his army regimen to escape death, he is riddled with guilt. He takes his wife and four daughters to Africa on a mission to save the continent for Jesus. An overzealous Baptist minister propelled to save as many souls as possible; he puts his own family in harm’s way.
Nathan Jones - a song by Bananarama
Nathan Jones - a song by Diana Ross & The Supremes
Nathan La Franeer - a song by Joni Mitchell
Segue - Nathan Adler - a song by David Bowie
My Rotten Life (Nathan Abercrombie, Accidental Zombie Series) (David Lubar) - Ten-year-old Nathan Abercrombie is having a really bad day. First, Shawna Lanchester, the prettiest girl in his class, doesn’t invite him to her party. Then he gets picked last in gym class. Things couldn’t get any worse…until he gets doused with an experimental serum that turns him into a half-dead zombie! Nathan soon discovers that being half dead isn’t all bad. He doesn’t need any sleep, so he can stay up all night and play games online. He doesn’t feel any pain, so there’s no need to worry about Rodney the bully anymore. Still, Nathan would rather be human. Will he find a cure? Or will Nathan be half-dead forever? Fans of David Lubar’s popular Weenies short story collections—which have sold more than one million copies—will love My Rotten Life, the first of a series of hilariously rotten adventures starring Nathan Abercrombie, Accidental Zombie. Recommended for ages 8-12.
Nathan Saves Summer (Gerry Renert) - Join Nathan the hippopotamus whose lifelong dream is to become the lifeguard for a small pond and the neighboring animals who vacation there each summer. Concerned that Nathan may be too big for the small pond, the other animals come up with an array of excuses why Nathan can’t serve as the pond lifeguard. A twist of fate leads the animals to a new, idyllic swimming spot, turning Nathan into the local hero. Nathan Saves Summer is a Mom’s Choice Awards® Gold Recipient. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Nathan's Fishing Trip (Lulu Delacre) - Nicholas Alexander takes Nathan on his first fishing trip, but after great difficulty in catching a trout, they haven't got the heart to eat it. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Nathan's Hanukkah Bargain (Jacqueline Dembar Greene) - Nathan's unsuccessful search for a Hanukkah menorah takes a new turn when his Grandpa teaches him about old-fashioned bargaining. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Nathan's Wish: A Story about Cerebral Palsy (Laurie Lears) - Nathan lives next door to Miss Sandy, a raptor rehabilitator. Nathan wishes he could help Miss Sandy with some of her chores, but he is confined to his wheelchair because of cerebral palsy. Then Fire, an owl with a broken wing, comes to Miss Sandy. Recommended for ages 6-9.
Pirate's Son (Geraldine McCaughrean) - Left penniless in eighteenth century England, fourteen-year-old Nathan Gull and his mousy sister Maud accompany Tamo, the son of a notorious pirate, to his homeland of Madagascar where they are all changed by their encounter with Tamo's dangerous past. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Famous People Named Nathan - Nathan Lane (actor); Nathan Hale (American hero)
Famous People who Named their Son Nathan - Daniel Boone (pioneer); John Lithgow (actor); Jon Stewart (entertainer); Mark Hammil (ice skater)
Nathan Hale (6 Jun 1755 - 22 Sep 1776) - Nathan Hale was an American soldier during the Revolutionary War against Britian. At the young age of 21, he bravely volunteered for an intelligence-gathering mission in New York City but was captured by the British and hanged. He is best known for his famous last words: " “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.” A true American hero.