Justin We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Justin.
Justin - a song by Korn
It's Justin Time, Amber Brown (Paula Danziger) - Amber Brown wants a watch for her birthday. Maybe her best friend, Justin Daniels, should get one too. He is never on time. Will Justin be late to Amber's birthday party, or will he be just in time to watch Amber open her gifts? Part of a series. Recommended for ages 5-8.
Justin and the Best Biscuits in the World (Mildred Pitts Walter) - Sure, he can catch a greased pig at a local rodeo, but can he bake biscuits? Ten-year-old Justin struggles to "feel like a guy" in a family dominated by females. When he goes to spend a week at his grandfather's ranch, he discovers there's more to being a man than riding horses and tending to livestock. There's also cleaning up messes, making beds and, from time to time, baking biscuits--good biscuits. Along with its lighthearted treatment of gender conflict, this story, which won the 1987 Coretta Scott King Award, provides a look at the little-known history of the black cowboys who helped settle the West and create rodeos. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Justin Case: School, Drool, and Other Daily Disasters (Rachel Vail) - Justin K. has fairly standard third-grade worries (former best friends, rope climbing in gym) and pretty typical joys (current best friends, making it to the top of the rope). He expresses all of these in diary form throughout a school year, and his traditional nuclear family, which celebrates both Jewish and Christian holidays, supports him during all of the multiplication tables, violin lessons, soccer games, and dog messes. Recommended for ages 7-10.
The Mystery of the Missing Dog (Elizabeth Levy) - Chip the invisible boy loses Max (his invisible dog) at the local dog show. Luckily, Chip and friends Justin and Charlene make up Invisible Inc., a team of clever detectives who use their special abilities (invisibility, lip reading, and logic) to solve mysteries. Soon they're hot on the trail of the dognapper, following leads that enable them to solve the case in time for Max to collect a blue ribbon in the show. If you enjoy this book be sure to check out the rest of the Invisible Inc. Mystery series. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Justin - Justin Bieber (singer); Justin Timberlake (singer); Justin Leonard (golfer)
Famous People who Named their Son Justin - Andie MacDowell (actress); Kenny Rogers (musician); O.J. Simpson (notorious); Peter Fonda (actor); Richard Dreyfuss (actor); Sean Puffy Combs (musician/businessman)
Justin - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Justin.