Paloma We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Paloma.
Coo Coo Roo Coo Coo Paloma/Stay with Me - Perry Como
Cu-Cu-Rru-Cu-Cu Paloma - a song by Joan Baez
Cu-Cu-Rru-Cu-Cu Paloma - a song by Nana Mouskouri
La Paloma - a song by Nana Mouskouri
La Paloma Twist - a song by Chubby Checker
Linda Paloma - a song by Jackson Browne
Paloma - a song by Carbon Leaf
Sí Paloma - a song by Sun Kil Moon
¡La Paloma encuentra un perro caliente! (Mo Willems) - Pigeon’s back! And he’s found un perro caliente! But a hungry (and very sly) duckling enters the scene and wants a bite of the hot dog. Who will be the more clever bird? For the first time, Mo Willems’s New York Times best-selling The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog! is available in Spanish for a new group of kids to fall in love with. Recommended for ages 2-6.
¡No dejes que la Paloma conduzca el autobus! (Mo Willems) - Finally, a book you can say “no” to! When a bus driver takes a break from his route, a very unlikely volunteer springs up to take his place – una paloma! But you've never met one like this before. As the Pigeon pleads, wheedles, and begs his way through the book, children will love being able to answer back and deciding his fate. For the first time, Mo Willems’s Caldecott Honor-winning, New York Times best-selling debut picture book is available in Spanish for a new group of kids to enjoy. Recommended for ages 2-6.
Calling the Doves/El canto de las palomas (Juan Felipe Herrera) - Poet Juan Felipe Herrera s bilingual memoir paints a vivid picture of his migrant farm worker childhood. His rich, evocative prose re-creates the joy of eating under the open sky, celebrating at a fiesta with other farm families, and listening to his mother singing Mexican songs and his father calling the doves. Booklist says: “A welcome alternative to the usually bleak portrayal of the migrant farm worker experience...an inspirational self-portrait of a loving Latino family.” Recommended for ages 6-9.
Paloma (Brooks Hagee) - How can a bird be afraid to fly? Paloma is not like other birds. After falling from the nest as a baby, she has always been afraid of heights. Now, when Noah has asked her to do a very important job, Paloma must face her fears, and take the most important flight of all. Join author Brooks Hagee for an important lesson of friendship, fears, and faith. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Paloma and the Dust Devil at the Balloon Festival (Marcy Heller) - Today is a big day for Paloma! She and her father are going up in a hot air balloon with their friend Gilbert. He is a real balloon pilot. Their ride starts out quite peacefully. They rise from the field surrounded by hundreds of other colorful balloons. Suddenly they find themselves in the middle of a dust devil. What will happen? They are swept out to the west side of the city where they land in a field. They find themselves transported back in time and meet some unexpected people. Who are these mysterious people who dress and speak so differently? What kind of special help do they have for Paloma, her father, and Gilbert? This book contains the exciting story of Paloma and her family as well as an author's note, a diagram of balloon parts, and a brief history of hot air ballooning. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Paloma Padilla (Martin Bencomo) - "Hmm, I wonder what it would be like if I were...", Paloma asks herself as she prepares to sleep under a quilt knitted by her Grandmother. Join Paloma as she journeys near and far fueled only by her imagination and that orange quilt. Paloma Padilla's colorful world is sprinkled with the Spanish language that the Padilla family and many others use every day. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Paloma - Paloma Picasso (artist); Paloma San Basilio (Spanish singer); Paloma Baeza (actress)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Paloma - Pablo Picasso (painter/artist); Emilio Estevez (actor)
Paloma - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Paloma.