Jerome We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Jerome.
Bring It To Jerome - a song by Bo Diddley
It's a Perfect Day Jerome - a song by Plankeye
Me and Jerome - a song by Sarah Slean
Jerome (Laura L. Seeley) - Jerome is on his way to an orphanage and a new home. All of the other stuffed animals are full of excitement and joy at the possibility of belonging to a little boy or girl. Jerome is not full of excitement or joy. He is full of anxiety. Looking around the cardboard box as they bounce down the road, all he can see is how different he is from the other animals. First, there is Fig, a bunny with a puffball for a tail and ears that stand up. She is so cute! Jerome hates his own ears that just wobble and flop.Then there is Taj, the giraffe who is tall with a neck that is long and graceful. Jerome is short and his neck seems to have disappeared. Why can't he be like everyone else? As Jerome gets closer to the orphanage, he meets Pierre who is plain brown just like him. There is one difference though. Jerome has a big beautiful smile. Through it all, Jerome learns that being different is what makes him so special. Recommended for ages 3-6.
Jerome Camps Out (Eileen Christelow) - Jerome Alligator is going on a camping trip with his Swamp School classmates. Jerome and his pal P.J. are excited about swimming, hiking, fishing, and sleeping in a tent, but the class bully, Buster, turns out to be their tentmate, and he's up to his usual nasty tricks. How Jerome and P.J. turn the tables on Buster makes the kind of lively, laugh-aloud story young readers have come to expect from the creator of the Five Little Monkeys. A monstrously surprising ending adds to the fun. Part of a series. Look for other Jerome titles. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Jerome le gopheur (Robert Gareau) - French edition. Jerome n'est pas un animal comme les autres. De la famille des spermophiles - ces chiens de prairie aussi connus sous le nom de gopheur -, Jerome ne s'en laisse pas imposer. L'oeil vif, le geste aguerri, Jerome questionne le monde qui l'entoure avec la confiance de sa jeunesse. Il y decouvre un univers d'etres etranges qui roulent et ecrasent tout ce qui bouge et des betes mysterieuses qui se font appeler “humains”, qu'il “vaut mieux regarder de loin” au dire des anciens. A new and original look at the fragile balance of nature and the duty we all share to conserve this balance. Recommended for ages 6-9.
Jerome's Jam (Rainey) - Join Jazz for another magical DreamDog adventure as she helps a young boy named Jerome, empowering him to overcome his sibling jealousy and replace it with love. When Jerome realizes his mother is having a second child, he is filled with jealousy. Jazz helps him realize that the new baby means more love, not less. This is the perfect story for every big brother or big sister to help them understand how wonderful it is to be part of a growing family! Recommended for ages 4-8.
St. Jerome and the Lion (Margaret Hodges) - An illustrated retelling of the legend of Saint Jerome and the lion that he sheltered in his monastery. Recommended for ages 6-9.
Famous People Named Jerome - Jerome “J.D.” Salinger (American author); Jerome ”Jerry” Seinfeld (actor/comedian); Jerome "Jerry" Garcia (Grateful Dead musician); Jerome K. Jerome (British author); Jerome "Jerry" Orbach (actor); Jerome Bettis (football player); Jerome Kern (composer); Jerome Robbins (choreographer)
Famous People Who Named Their Son Jerome - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Jerome.