Cody Pomeray (Visions of Cody) Cody is the alter-ego for the real life friend of Jack Kerouac, Neal Cassady (although in the classic On the Road, he is called Dean Moriarty). He is featured in several of Kerouac’s novels, including Visions of Cody. He is larger than life, a free-spirited, restless original who demands the complete attention of all around him, and earns every moment of it. He is spiritual, he is sexy, he is wild, he is poetic. Faults he has aplenty, but he is never boring, never commonplace, and always at the center of the universe of his own making.
Cody - a song by Bowling For Soup
Cody - a song by Mogwai
Cody's Song - a song by Kenny Loggins
Buffalo Bill Cody (John Hamilton) - A look at the Wild West showman Buffalo Bill Cody. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Cody (Bruce Brooks) - Cody, the coach's kid, Wings captain, and high scorer plays a mean electric guitar. He and Zip, who plays drums, actually get a gig--the night before an important early-morning hockey game. Cody knows winning the game would mean a lot for team morale. But the gig would mean a lot of money. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Cody: The Puppy Place (Ellen Miles) - Charles and Lizzie Peterson have a special talent when it comes to taking care of animals and somehow there always seems to be another dog who needs their help! So it is no surprise that Lizzie offers to lend a hand when an overly energetic Dalmatian is left on their porch. But after Cody destroys Lizzie's Halloween costume she's not certain she can convince the perfect owner to adopt him. Will this pup's curious teeth cost him a home? With strong dog facts and helpful puppy tips included in every book, this series is not only fun to read but a great resource for prospective or current junior dog owners! Recommended for ages 7-10.
Dustin and a Mouse Named Cody (Kent D. Walsh) - An up close and personal look at a very special friendship between a little boy named Dustin and Cody, a scrawny little mouse. Cody, you see, feels like a failure, and that is why he is so sad. He simply wants to do something to make his parents proud. When new friend Dustin springs into action to try to help Cody, the fun really begins. Complemented warmly by delightful illustrations, this charming story of helping one's fellow mouse will provide quality reading time for parents and their children. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Suite Life of Zack & Cody: The Hotel Hangout (Kitty Richards) - Zack and Cody Martin are new in town and it's not easy! Sure, they get to live in a swanky hotel, but that means they also have to deal with a snobby and demanding heiress named London. This book is part of a series about twins Zach and Cody. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Virtual Cody (Betsy Duffey) - What's in a name? That's what third-grader Cody wants to know. More particularly, he wants to find out what's "in" his. And it better not be something that his nemesis P.J. can use to tease him. When he discovers his namesake was a dog, he's sure his life is over. What a surprise to find out that P.J. has name problems of her own. Duffey, who seems to have perfect pitch when it comes to children's feelings and concerns, will score big with this lively story. This book is part of a series about Cody Michaels. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Famous People Named Cody - Cody Chesnutt (musician); Cody Hay (figure skater); Cody Linley (actor); Cody Ransom (baseball player); Cody Rhodes (wrestler); Cody Ross (baseball player); Cody Willard (journalist)
Famous People who Named their Child Cody - Frank Gifford (sportscaster); Jack Palance (actor); Kathie Lee Gifford (entertainer); Kenny Loggins (musician); Robin Williams (comic/actor); Scott Bakula (actor)
Cody - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Cody.