Stacy We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Stacy.
Black Stacy - a song by Saul Williams
Stacy - a song by SocialBurn
Stacy's Mom - a song by Fountains of Wayne
All About Stacy (Patricia Reilly Giff) - Stacy can't wait to start her new class project, making an "About-Me" box. Into it will go special things that she likes. Jiwon's putting a scrap of her old baby dress in her About-Me box. Eddie's putting pictures of food in his. But Stacy can't think of one thing to put in hers. How can Stacy make her About-Me box as special as Jiwon's or Eddie's? She has to do something fast. Can she turn her box of troubles into a box of delights? Recommended for ages 5-8.
Stacey Coolidge's Fancy-Smancy Cursive Handwriting (Barbara Esham) - From Mrs. Thompson, the teacher, to Frederick, the class guinea pig, everything about second grade seems good to Carolyn. But when the class starts practicing the slants and curves of cursive writing, she finds it difficult and her happiness evaporates. Detailing her frustrations and contrasting her struggles with a classmate s easy success, this picture book reflects experiences familiar to many young students. Carolyn s sympathetic teacher puts things in perspective, telling her that when it comes to writing, ideas and emotions are much more important than slants and curves. Designed to encourage children, books in the Adventures of Everyday Geniuses series tell stories of students who struggle in some respects, while excelling in others. Bright with colorful washes, the cartoonlike drawings clearly express the characters emotions. Given the pressure to introduce cursive writing to younger students, this picture book will resonate with a growing number of children. Carolyn Phelan --BOOKLIST American Library Association Recommended for ages 6-9.
Stacey the Soccer Fairy (Daisy Meadows) - The Sports Fairies' magical items are missing, and now the Fairy Olympics are going all wrong! This is our ninth group of Rainbow Magic fairies; all seven books will be released at once. It's an exciting time in Fairyland. Everyone is getting ready for the Fairy Olympics! But Jack Frost's goblins have stolen the Sports Fairies' magic objects. Now they're threatening to take over the whole competition! Rachel's favorite soccer team is ready for the big game. But without Stacey the Soccer Fairy's magic ball, they'll never reach their goal! Find the enchanted object in each book, and help keep the Fairyland Olympics magical! Recommended for ages 6-9.
Stacy and the Greek Festival (Karen Papandrew) - Ten year old Stacy's love for her great grandmother and pride in her Greek heritage are tested when she must decide between dancing at the Greek Festival or fulfilling her dream of riding horseback in the mountains - two events taking place on the same weekend. Recommended for ages 8-11.
Stacy and the Greek Village Wedding (Karen Papandrew) - A long, boring summer is about to change in "Stacy and the Greek Village Wedding." Stacy and her family are off to the Greek Islands where wedding preparations mix with the urgent search for a miracle producing icon lost during World War II. While it is a time of firsts for Stacy who takes her first airplane trip, participates in her first wedding, and receives her first kiss, it is also a disturbing time for Papa who is just beginning to realize that his little girl of twelve is growing up. Recommended for ages 10-14.
Stacy Had a Little Sister (Wendie Old) - Stacy has mixed feelings about her new sister Ashley, but when the baby dies of sudden infant death syndrome, Stacy is sad and misses her. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Stacy's Song (Jacqueline Seewald) - Stacy's talent and love for music forces her to make hard choices. Life is risky, but she must learn to make important decisions on her own. Stacy Nelson, warm-hearted with a sense of humor, is a tall, skinny teenager, sometimes called "giraffe" by other kids. She's an average student with a lot of extracurricular interests. Her good friend Karen wants Stacy to practice with her and try out for cheerleading. Liz Norris asks Stacy to join a band that she and her brother Michael are starting, but she has reservations. Her first meeting with Michael Norris is stormy, yet she is drawn in by his outstanding musical ability and joins the band. Stacy always wants to please everyone, but fails to think about who she is and what she really wants. After making the cheerleading squad, Greg Lawson, captain of the football team, becomes interested in Stacy. He is easy-going and charming, just the opposite of Michael. They start dating, and Stacy is suddenly popular in and out of school. As a cheerleader, she is accepted by the in-crowd. She tries to relax and enjoy this new lifestyle. When Stacy has difficulty meeting all of her commitments and her grades fall, her father is displeased and insists she quit the band. Stacy feels torn-wanting to please her father without letting down the other band members. Ultimately, while dealing with family and peer pressure, she must decide what is best for her. Recommended for ages 14-18.
The Baby-Sitters Club: The Truth About Stacey (Raina Telgemeier) - America's favorite baby-sitters come to life in a new graphic novel series! Poor Stacey. She's moved to a new town. She's still coming to terms with her diabetes. She's facing baby-sitting problems left and right. And her parents are no help. Luckily, Stacey has three new, true friends -- Kristy, Claudia, and Mary Anne. Together they're the BSC -- and they will deal with whatever's thrown their way... even if it's a rival baby-sitting club! Recommended for ages 8-11.
Famous People Named Stacy - Stacy Ferguson (aka Fergie); Stacy Keibler (dancer); Stacy Keach (actor); Stacy Lattisaw (singer); Stacy Dragila (Olympic pole vaulter); Stacy Lewis (LPGA golfer); Stacy Peralta (skater/surfer turned film director/producer); Stacy Compton (NASCAR)
Famous People Who Named Their Child Stacy - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Stacy.
Stacy - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Stacy.