Delilah We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Delilah.
Beautiful Delilah - a song by Chuck Berry
Beautiful Delilah - a song by the Stray Cats
Beautiful Delilah - a song by The Kinks
Delilah - a song by the Sensational Alex Harvey Band
Delilah - a song by the Cranberries
Delilah - a song by Inkubus Sukkubus
Delilah - a song by Marshall Crenshaw
Delilah - a song by Queen
Delilah - a song by The Dresden Dolls
Delilah - a song by Tom Jones
Hey There Delilah - a song by Plain White T's
Modern-Day Delilah - a song by KISS
Samson and Delilah - a song by The Grateful Dead
Theme from "Sanson and Delilah" - a song by Nina Simone
Benny and Beautiful Baby Delilah (Jean Van Leeuwen) - Big brother Benny is getting the party line about his baby sister. What fun it will be to play with her and take care of her. How great it will be to sleep in a big boy's bed. But reality is quite different. Baby Delilah takes up their parents' time and the relatives' attention. Her worst quality is her constant crying. Nobody can sleep, and nothing stops her. Veterans of new-baby books will know what comes next: Benny makes a monkey face, and Delilah stops crying. The well-deserved happy ending will be enjoyed by all. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Dandelion Delilah: The Tale of the Dandelion Fairies (Colleen McCauley Piscetta) - Two sisters, Madeline and Kate, find themselves swept away by the dandelion puffs in their yard and in their imaginations. The girls begin with their daily summertime play, which develops into an imaginary experience. Then the girls convince their mother that something extraordinary is awaiting them in the woods. They all find that the only limitations to believing are their imaginations. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Delilah (John Bemelmans Marciano) - Red leads a quiet, lonely life until he purchases a little lamb-all he can afford. He names her Delilah, and she becomes his best friend, helping him on his farm. When he shears her in the spring, there's so much wool that he can afford a dozen more sheep-and they have been trained to be super productive. That's when Delilah's troubles begin. The other lambs make fun of her because she has a name, she works, and she likes the farmer. Poor Delilah is caught between her love for Red and the thought that maybe she should be a "normal sheep." Young readers will delight in the ups and downs of this unusual friendship and absorb a gentle lesson about conformity and individuality. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Delilah D. at the Library (Jeanne Willis) - Delilah likes to tell everyone that she is from a land far, far away. When she is at the library, "Library Anne" tries to help her find a book about this mystical place, which Delilah reveals is somewhere between Jafrica and Smindia. What will attract kids are the candy-colored pages showing children reading books and using computers and Delilah's love of books. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Delilah Digs for Treasure (Rachel Pank) - Delilah gets a pirate outfit for her birthday and goes to find some treasure. But whatever she finds belongs to someone else. At last, in her grandmother's garden, she digs up some treasure they can both enjoy. Blue Bananas are exciting stories for beginner readers with bright pictures on every page. Speech bubbles add to the fun. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Delilah Washes her Hands (Cindy Rice Andrea) - Delilah loves going to the playground with her friends. But her lunch is ready and there is one important thing she must do before she eats. Do you know what it is? Lesson: Hand washing - awareness of germs - Hand washing is the most important thing we can do to prevent germs from causing colds, flu and food-related illness. Learn steps for proper hand washing according to USDA and FDA guidelines and when to wash hands for personal safety and for the safety of those around you. 2 delicious recipes are included at the back of the book that Delilah makes in the story, and can be easily prepared at home. There is also a more in-depth discussion included in this book, for adults who wish to know the simple science behind the safety principles described in the story. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Sam and Delilah (Jenny Dale) - When a stunning new pedigree border collie, Delilah, moves into the neighborhood, Neil and Emily are awestruck. And they¹re not the only ones! Their own dog, Sam, has grown very fond of Delilah, too. But Delilah¹s owner doesn¹t think Sam is good enough for her pedigree pooch and is determined to keep the two dogs apart. Can she stop a match made in dog heaven? Part of a series. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Samson and Delilah (Christine L. Benagh) - Derek, Margo, and Moki once again go back in time and meet Samson, who is engaged in constant struggle with the Philistines for freedom for the Israelites. Recommended for ages 6-10.
Famous People Named Delilah - Delilah Rene (radio personality); Delilah L. Beasley (early African-American journalist)
Famous People who Named their Daughter Delilah - Gregg Allman (musician); Harry Hamlin (actor); Lisa Rinna (actress)
Delilah - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Delilah.