Bobby We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Bobby.
Bobby - a song by Reba McEntire
Bobby Brown - a song by Frank Zappa
Bobby Jean - a song by Bruce Springsteen
Bobby Sox to Stockings - a song by Frankie Avalon
Go Bobby Soxer - a song by Chuck Berry
Little Bobby - a song by Dynamite Boy
Me And Bobby and Bobby's Brother - a song by ABBA
Me And Bobby McGee - a song by Janis Joplin
Me and Bobby McGee - a song by Kris Kristofferson
Run Bobby Run - a song by Lesley Gore
Some Bobby - a song by Bobby V.
To Bobby - a song by Joan Baez
Viva Bobby Joe - a song by The Equals
Wrong About Bobby - a song by the Eels
Bobby Baboon's Banana Be-Bop (Barbara deRubertis) - Bobby Baboon has been busy picking bunches of bananas. He wants to bring the bananas to Alpha Betty's school. But he'll need some help from his buddies along the way! Recommended for ages 3-6.
Bobby Baseball (Robert Kimmel Smith) - Ten-year-old Bobby Ellis loves everything about baseball, from the hits to the hot dogs. That's why he calls himself Bobby Baseball! Every day he dreams of becoming a major league pitcher and joining the stars in the Baseball Hall of Fame. And what better place to start his career than right here on his own Kids Club team, the Hawks? Recommended for ages 9-12.
Bobby Bramble Loses His Brain (Dave Keane) - A hilarious cautionary tale full of mayhem—and wordplay. Bobby Bramble has a thirst for adventure, a taste for danger, and energy to spare. But no one in his family seems to appreciate these traits. Instead, they worry that he'll fall and crack his skull open—and one day that's exactly what happens. To make matters worse, Bobby's brain decides to take off, as if it had a mind of its own. What follows is the madcap pursuit—and recapture—of the elusive gray matter and the successful reunion of brain and brawn. A hilarious cautionary tale full of mayhem—and wordplay. Recommended for ages 6-9.
Bobby the Brave (Sometimes) (Lisa Yee) - Bobby Ellis-Chan is ready to fight his fears (maybe?). In his last adventure, Bobby Ellis-Chan got stuck to a stinky tree, had underwear attached to his back, and faced down a whole wolfpack of girls. What could be scarier or more humiliating than that? Oh, how about playing sports with his football-hero dad...A cat with 27 toes...An asthma attack in public...Dancing on stage in the school musical...And the list goes on! Bobby will have to overcome his fears if he's going to come out on top. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Bobby vs. Girls (Accidentally) (Lisa Yee) - Lisa Yee brings her gift for finding the funny (and the truth) in everyday kid situations to chapter-book readers. Meet Robert Carver Ellis-Chan -- a perfectly normal fourth-grader who gets into perfectly crazy situations! Like when he was running for class president and discovered his big sister's panties (static-)clinging to the back of his sweater. Or when he got stuck to the rare sticky (and stinky) Koloff tree on a field trip…Then there's his family -- busy mom, ex-pro football player dad, a bossy older sister and an adoring younger one -- and best friends (one of whom is a secret, because she's a *girl*). Life may be complicated for Bobby, but it's going to turn out just fine. Recommended for ages 7-10.
I'm Not Bobby! (Jules Feiffer) - "Someone's calling Bobby. I'm not Bobby. I'm a lion." Bobby's parents are trying to get his attention, but Bobby is something else. For example, he's a monster, an airplane, a dinosaur. Anything but Bobby. It's not long before Bobby turns himself into an eagle soaring away with Mom, Dad, and every other grown-up in his life chasing after him. But after a daring escape into outer space, Bobby gets hungry and returns to Earth to claim his dinner. This hilarious escape story rings true to every child's struggle for independence--not to mention a full tummy. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Little Baby Bobby Goes to the Zoo (Sally Huss) - Little Baby Bobby, along with his unruly brother and sister, his mother and his dog Sam, visit the zoo. When disaster befalls a young lad who has fallen into the lion cage, Little Baby Bobby and Sam go into action. Unbeknownst to everyone but Sam, Little Baby Bobby is very, very strong. How the two save the day is their secret. Great fun. Great for bedtime reading. The bright colors and happy art of Sally Huss dance across these pages. The story will amuse your child while the message about paying attention to the word "No" sinks in. Message at the end for parents. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Sleeping Bobby (Mary Pope Osborne) - A beautiful baby, a sinister spell, a pricked finger, a hundred-year sleep, a true-love wake-up kiss. We all know the story of Sleeping Beauty, but not the one that Will and Mary Pope Osborne tell -- with a handsome prince named Bob, a feisty princess who wakes him from his enchanted slumber, and charming artwork from acclaimed illustrator Giselle Potter. Here's a fresh, magical reworking of the classic fairy tale that's sure to have kids begging, "Read it again!" As soon as he touched the wheel's spindle, a splinter pricked his finger. "Ouch!" said Bob. "Good night, Bobby," said the old woman. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Stop Bullying Bobby!: Helping Children Cope with Teasing and Bullying (Dana Smith-Mansell) - In this insightful and winsome story, Robin, a seven-year-old girl, sees Bobby, the new kid in the neighborhood, being teased and bullied by other kids. Bobby dresses differently and is very small for his age. Robin wants to help Bobby, but doesn't know how so she asks her parents for help. After witnessing firsthand the teasing that Bobby has to endure, Robin's mother talks to Bobby and Robin's teacher, Ms. Wells. Ms. Wells develops a clever class activity to teach the children that everyone is different, but these differences should not be grounds for bullying. Using puppets, the children come to see the good in everyone, no matter how different. This informative book is a must read for all parents of young children who may be or are dealing with bullies and teasing at school. Recommended for ages 4-8.
The Adventures of Bobby Raccoon (Thornton W. Burgess) - Delightfully instructive tale — charmingly told — of another denizen of the Green Forest. Suffering a series of mishaps after a bad dream, Bobby bites his own tail, is horribly frightened, survives an encounter with Buster Bear, gets a terrible shaking and more before he's rescued by Peter Rabbit and acquires a new home. Recommended for ages 8-11.
Uncle Bobby's Wedding (Sarah S. Brannen) - Bobby and Jamie are getting married, but Bobby’s niece Chloe is worried that she won’t be his favorite person anymore. Will Uncle Bobby still think she is special? Sarah Brannen’s warm story is set in an alternative family as Uncle Bobby marries his boyfriend. Uncle Bobby’s Wedding embraces Bobby’s relationship with Jamie, but keeps its focus where it truly belongs: on an uncle and niece’s love for each other. Beautifully told and charmingly illustrated, this simple yet moving story begs to be read time and again. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Known by the Name Bobby - Bobby Abreu (baseball player); Bobby Bauer (hockey player); Bobby Bell (football player); Bobby Brown (musician); Bobby Clarke (hockey player); Bobby Darin (singer); Bobby Doerr (baseball player); Bobby Fischer (chess champion); Bobby Hull (hockey player); Bobby Kennedy (former Attorney General and Presidential hopeful); Bobby Labonte (racecar driver); Bobby Layne (football player); Bobby Locke (golfer); Bobby Mitchell (football player); Bobby Orr (hockey player); Bobby Unser (racecar driver); Bobby Wallace (baseball player); Bobby Wanzer (basketball player)
Famous People Who Named Their Son Bobby - Bobby Hull (hockey player); Bobby Unser (racecar driver); Kitty Wells (country music singer)
Bobby - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Bobby.