Chelsea We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Chelsea.
(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea - a song by Elvis Costello
Black Stockings for Chelsea - a song by the Sports
Chelsea - a song by the Counting Crows
Chelsea - a song by Daniel Ash
Chelsea - a song by Mest [explicit]
Chelsea - a song by Stefy
Chelsea Baby - a song by Against All Authority
Chelsea Dagger - a song by The Fratellis
Chelsea Girl - a song by Simple Minds
Chelsea Girls - a song by Blanks 77
Chelsea Monday - a song by Marillion
Chelsea Morning - a song by Joni Mitchell
Chelsea Rodgers - a song by Prince
Midnight in Chelsea - a song by Jon Bon Jovi
The Chelsea Hotel - a song by Graham Nash
Third Week in the Chelsea - a song by Jefferson Airplane
Chelsea and the Outrageous Phone Bill (Hilda Stahl) - Chelsea held her breath as Dad told them the worst possible news in the entire world. They were moving away from Oklahoma--far away! That meant Chelsea would have to leave her best friend Sid behind! How could Dad do this to her? Soon Chelsea and her family were settling into their new home in Middle Lake, Michigan. But she missed Sid so much. If only they could still have their great talks. She knew she shouldn't call long distance - especially every day. But having her own phone in her bedroom was so tempting. Before long she was in big trouble. How could she get out of her dilemma - or survive without a best friend for that matter? First book in the series about Chelsea by Hilda Stahl. Recommended for ages 9-14.
Chelsea Martin Turns Green (Becky Thoman Lindberg) - It's bad enough that the magic marker Chelsea uses on her face and hands for a Leprechaun contest doesn't quite wash off, leaving her skin a little green. She's also green (with envy) when it seems as if the new third grader, Abigail, is trying to steal best friend Mary Lynne. All of her efforts to win Mary Lynne back only result in trouble. In the end, however, she learns that Abigail isn't so bad, and that three can be good friends, too. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Chelsea Morning (Joni Mitchell) - Dreamy creatures frolic as a young girl awakens to a smiling sun, passes the day with various pixies, and eventually says goodnight to a moon enchantress. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Chelsea's Tree a story for Step Children (Marcy McCann) - A sturdy hard covered book containing a beautifully illustrated story, activities, maps, stickers, and a photo album section. The book has a multicolored handle for ease of carrying. Geared to stepchildren and children of blended families. Chelsea's Tree is a charming, original way to help a child make sense of his or her world. Recommended for ages 4-12.
Perfectly Chelsea (Claudia Mills) - This beginning chapter book is a coming-of-age story about a girl trying to make sense of the world around her. Chelsea Garing wants to be perfect. At school, at home, or in church, the fourth grader follows the rules. Danny Repetti is her opposite. In church, he laughs when her candle lighter goes out; at school, she tattles on him for making her drop her sandwich. Her friend Naomi Goldberg tells her that she was "mean," which causes Chelsea to question her own idea of perfection. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Project: Rescue Chelsea (Melody Carlson) - Meet Morgan, Amy, Carlie, and Emily. They all live in the trailer park at 622 Harbor View in tiny Boscoe Bay, Oregon. Proximity made them friends, but a desire to make the world a better place - and a willingness to work at it - keeps them together. In book three, Project: Rescue Chelsea, Carlie makes a new friend. Chelsea Landers lives in a mansion and isn't always very kind. Carlie would like a best friend, but will Chelsea fit in with her other friends? Recommended for ages 9-12.
Famous People Named Chelsea - Chelsea Clinton (former First Daughter); Chelsea Handler (comedian/TV personality); Chelsea Cooley (former Miss USA); Chelsy Davy (on and off girlfriend of Prince Harry); Chelsea Georgeson (surfer); Chelsea Kane (actress/singer); Chelsea Noble (actress)
Famous People who Named their Daughter Chelsea - Bill Clinton (U.S. President); Hilary Clinton (U.S. First Lady, politician); Mark Hammil (figure skater); Rosie O'Donnell (TV personality); Steven Tyler (musician); Tom Berenger (actor)
Chelsea - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Chelsea.