Willow We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Willow.
Bends Like A Willow - a song by Jethro Tull
Bury Me Beneath The Willow - a song by Woody Guthrie
Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow - a song by Natalie Merchant
Down In The Willow Garden - a song by The Everly Brothers
Little Willow - a song by Paul McCartney
Pussy Willow - a song by Jethro Tull
Weeping Willow - a song by Kingston Trio
Weeping Willow - a song by The Verve
Willow - a song by Joan Armatrading
Willow - a song by The Creatures
Willow Is a Player - a song by Will Smith
Willow Tree - a song by G. Love & Special Sauce
Willow Tree Lullaby - a song by America
Willow Weep For Me - a song by Diana Krall
Willow Weep For Me - a song by Frank Sinatra
Willow Weep For Me - a song by Nina Simone
Willow Weep For Me - a song by Ray Charles
Willow Weep For Me - a song by Steve Miller
Gentle Willow: A Story for Children about Dying (Joyce C. Mills) - Written for children who may not survive their illness or for the children who know them, this tender and touching tale helps address feelings of disbelief, anger, and sadness, along with love and compassion. Amanda and Little Tree discover that their friend Gentle Willow isn't feeling well. Amanda summons the Tree Wizards, who visit Gentle Willow and determine that they can't fix her. Amanda is angry at first, but eventually she listens to the Tree Wizards as they explain that death is a transformation and journey into the unknown. They also counsel Amanda that the medicine she can give Gentle Willow is love. In a final act of love, Amanda comforts Gentle Willow, who is afraid, with a story about the caterpillar who transforms into a butterfly. A new "Note to Parents" addresses how to cope with death and dying. Recommended for ages 4-8.
The Wind in the Willows (Kenneth Grahame) - If you ever feel like falling into a beautiful comic-book story--in the same way one falls back into a warm field of grass--reach for Michel Plessix's lush adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's Wind in the Willows. The artwork is an aquarelle, with thin, precise, detailed lines. It's no wonder he received numerous awards for his previous effort, Julien Boisvert, a contemporary take on the Tintin character type. In Wind in the Willows, Plessix breathes life into Mole, Rat, and Toad (of Toad Hall) as they picnic on the riverbank, indulge in Toad's latest fad, and get lost in Wild Wood. The pacing is masterful: each panel lingers just long enough to make you appreciate the simple pleasures of life. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Willow (Denise Brennan-Nelson) - All of the students in Miss Hawthorn's art class draw trees that are alike, except for Willow, a rosy-cheeked little girl who paints what she sees when she closes her eyes. When the rigid, unimaginative teacher tells her that blue apples do not exist, Willow brings her one the next day. "Horrid little girl," Miss Hawthorn says. Yet at Christmas the only gift Miss Hawthorn receives is from Willow. The child presents her with her beloved art book, which begins a transformation in the dour, unhappy woman. Recommended for ages 5-9.
Willow and the Snow Day Dance (Denise Brennan-Nelson) - Mr. Larch is not a very neighborly neighbor. He never has any visitors. His gray, gloomy house never has any decorations. He avoids everyone and everyone avoids him. But now Mr. Larch has a new neighbor. Willow and her family have moved into the bright yellow house directly across the street. Willow loves her new house and neighborhood. She loves the summer and planting her garden. She loves the fall and sharing vegetables with her neighbors. And when winter arrives, she loves that, too. She can't wait for the first snowfall because she has found the perfect hill for sledding. And it's right behind Mr. Larch's house. Can Willow melt his cold heart in time to enjoy a Snow Day? Recommended for ages 5-9.
Willow at Christmas (Camilla Ashforth) - Delicate watercolors evoke the wonder of childhood as Willow, the gentle bear, prepares for a perfect Christmas with all of his friends on Paradise Farm. On the morning of Christmas Eve, Willow jumps out of bed, joyful to see that snow is falling. There’s much to do - gathering holly, wrapping presents, and searching for just the right tree to trim with Little Pig Pink and the rest of his animal friends. Soon it’s time to hang up the stockings and snuggle back into bed - with hopes that Santa Claus will come in the night. Also part of the series is Willow by the Sea and Willow by the River. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Willow Smith (Tamra Orr) - A biography of the rising young star and daughter of a celebrity couple - Willow Smith. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Willow the Wednesday Fairy (Daisy Meadows) - No fun in Fairyland? The Fun Day Fairies are each responsible for adding spunk and sparkle to one day of the week! But when Jack Frost steals their magic, they need Rachel and Kirsty's help. Without the fairies' special flags, every day of the week will be gloomy and glum. Jack Frost's goblins are on the lookout for Willow the Wednesday Fairy's magical flag! Can Rachel and Kirsty track it down at the Arts and Crafts Fair…before the goblins do? Find the magic flag in each book, and help fill every day of the week with fun! Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Willow - Willow Smith (actress/singer/fashionista); Willow Palin (daughter of Sarah Palin)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Willow - Gabrielle Anwar (actress); Jada Pinkett Smith (actress); Pink (musician); Randy Johnson (baseball player); Roger Daltry (musician); Sarah Palin (TV personality/politician); Will Smith (actor)
Willow - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Willow.