Piper We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Piper.
Peter Piper - a song by Run DMC
Pied Piper - a song by Jethro Tull
Piper - a song by Phish
Piper at the Gates of Dawn - a song by Van Morrison
The Piper - a song by ABBA
The Piper Calls the Tune - a song by UB40
When the Piper Calls - a song by China Crisis
El The Pied Piper / Flautista de Hamelin (Jaume Cela) - This striking addition to Chronicle's successful bilingual series introduces young readers to the universally loved story: The Pied Piper. Retold in both Spanish and English, classic fairy tales provide young readers with a fun way to learn to recognize words in both languages. Easy-to-follow text, coupled with gorgeous illustrations, make them wonderful additions to the home or classroom library. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Piper (Emma Chichester Clark) - When Piper the puppy leaves his mother to go live with his first master, Mr. Jones, he keeps her three pieces of advice in mind: "Always obey your master. Always look both ways before you cross the street. And always help anyone in danger." But Mr. Jones's cruelty quickly becomes apparent, and Piper flees to the big city. Go on Piper’s adventures as he saves an elderly lady from being hit by a car and goes to live with her in her posh home. "Now we can both look after each other." Recommended for ages 4-8.
Piper (Natale Ghent) - A girl and her dog learn the true meaning of loyalty. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Piper Reed, Navy Brat: (Kimberly Willis Holt) - In her first chapter book for younger readers, which is apparently the first in a series, award-winning author Holt tells a lively family story that draws on her experiences of growing up a Navy brat. For nine-year-old Piper, it is sometimes hard being the middle kid, especially now that the family is once again going to a new base. It doesn't help that Piper is dyslexic. But she copes in class, and she creates a club to make friends. The family stuff is the heart of the story, not only the constant moves and Dad's being away on duty six months at a time but also the tension, laughter, and love in Piper's relationships with her bossy older sister and her talented younger one. Other books in the series include Piper Reed, Clubhouse Queen; Piper Reed, Party Planner; Piper Reed, Campfire Girl and Piper Reed, Rodeo Star. A delightful series! Recommended for ages 9-12.
The Pied Piper Of Hamlin (Robert Browning) - The Pied Piper of Hamelin is a legend about the abduction of many children from the town of Hamelin (Hameln), Germany and beautifully rendered by the famous poet Robert Browning with his brisk, lively verses. This is strong stuff, best suited for older children. Recommended for ages 8+
The Pied Piper's Magic (Steven Kellogg) - “Long ago and far away,” a good-natured elf named Peterkin became a Pied Piper. He played the “sounds of letters” on a magic pipe given to him by a gloomy witch. When he played letters that spelled something, the item he spelled magically appeared. When he flipped over backward, the letters were reversed and the creature was transformed into that object—hence “deer” became a “reed.” Peterkin came upon a dark city ruled by the evil Grand Duke and overrun by rats. Not only did Peterkin transform the “rats” to “stars,” he made the Grand Duke “loveable” and enabled the families in the city to transform their environment into a wonderful, welcoming paradise. Kellogg has taken a few elements of the Pied Piper of Hamelin; mixed in bright, sparkly, swirling illustrations in which even the rats are adorable; and whipped them into a happy-ever-after story that bears little resemblance to the original dark fairy tale. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Piper - Piper Perabo (actress); Piper Laurie (actress); Piper Gilles (figure skater)
Famous People who Named their Daughter Piper - Brian DePalma (director); Gillian Anderson (actress); Melissa Sue Anderson (actress); Sarah Palin (politician)
Piper - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Piper.