Dylan We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Dylan.
Bob Dylan Blues - a song by Syd Barrett
Dylan - a song by Good Riddance
Dylan - a song by Throwing Muses
Dylan Thomas Days - a song by The Gathering Field
Like Dylan in the Movies - a song by Belle and Sebastian
Song for Bob Dylan - a song by David Bowie
Dylan Remembers Daddy (Tricia Grosso Clancy) - In Dylan Remembers Daddy, four-year-old Dylan, with the innocence of a child, questions where her daddy has gone after he unexpectedly passes away. Travel with Tricia Grosso Clancy on a search that will help Dylan find her answer. Through one last visit, Dylan’s daddy leads her on a journey toward finding beloved reminders of him. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Dylan the Donkey (Martyn Polkinghorne) - Digital eBook. Farmyard Series. A short children's story about a special birthday. It's Dylan the Donkey's birthday and he's very excited, yet no-one else seems interested... Recommended for ages 3-6.
Dylan the Eagle-Hearted Chicken (David L. Harrison) - It all began with the egg. If the egg hadn't been so hard, Ethel wouldn't have needed to stretch her legs. And if Ethel hadn't left the nest to stretch her legs, Cawly, that old crow, wouldn't have snatched the egg. And if Cawly hadn't snatched the egg, Dylan, who was inside the egg, wouldn't have hatched high in a tree in an eagle's nest. Between his chicken mother coaching him from the ground and his eagle mother screaming at him in the nest, Dylan has a hard time trying to figure out just what he is--a chicken or an eagle. How he comes to discover his true identity will have children giggling from page to page. David L. Harrison is in high form in this hilarious barnyard adventure. He's joined by Karen Stormer Brooks's comical illustrations, which add to the fun. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Helping Hand Books: Healthy Food for Dylan (Sarah Duchess of York) - If Dylan had his way, he'd have French fries for every meal, every day--and that makes his mom unhappy. Then his cousin Abby visits and shows Dylan a clever new way to prepare food that's good for you…and fun to eat, too! Recommended for ages 4-8.
Oh, Dylan! (Tracey Corderoy) - Dylan duckling and his three sisters are off to the pond for their very first swim. "Hold on to the daisy chain, then you won't get lost," says Mummy Duck. But Dylan has other ideas... Recommended for ages 2-5.
Famous People Named Dylan - Dylan McDermott (actor); Dylan Thomas (poet); Dylan Sprouse (child actor)
Famous People Who Named Their Child Dylan - Bart Conner (gymnast); Beau Bridges (actor); Catherine O'Hara (actress); Catherine Zeta-Jones (actress); Finola Hughes (actress); Joan Cusack (actress); Mia Farrow (actress); Michael Douglas (actor); Nadia Comaneci (gymnast); Pamela Anderson (actress); Pierce Brosnan (actor); Ralph Lauren (designer); Robin Wright Penn (actress); Sean Penn (actor); Stephanie Seymour (model); Tracy Austin (actress)
Dylan Thomas (27 Oct 1914 - 9 Nov 1953) - One of the best known poets of the twentieth century, Dylan Thomas hailed from a seaside port in Wales. He started publishing poetry at the age of 20 and instantly received critical acclaim. As his popularity grew in Britain, he was invited to the United States for a series of readings. Thomas became legendary in the United States, and gained a large following. Nevertheless, his last years were shadowed by an increasingly tragic view of his own darkly tempestuous life. After a particularly long alcohol binge, Thomas died in New York in 1953. He was only 39 years old. Although his life was short, Thomas made a deep impression and his poems are immortal. The last two lines of Dylan Thomas’ most famous poem “Do not go gentle into that good night” (written not long before his own death) read: "Do not go gentle into that good night. / Rage, rage against the dying of the light."