Liam We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Liam.
Liam - a song by In Extremo
Don't Make Me Laugh, Liam (Jenny Oldfield) - Tom's cousin Liam is coming over from Dublin, Ireland. Wicked! Liam is Tom's idol. He's just like Tom only ten times noisier, and even more of a joker - he'll probably pass on a few handy tips, too. Gnarly! But all Tom's friends, and his long-suffering parents, Beth and Harry aren't so sure. Does Tom really need any more encouragement? Recommended for ages 4-8.
Liam Goes Poo in the Toilet (Jane Whelen Banks) - Subtitled “A Story About Trouble With Toilet Training”. "This is Liam. Every day Liam eats lots of good food. Each time Liam eats, his tummy gets fuller and fuller and fuller until Liam's tummy starts to stretch." Successful toilet training is a time of celebration for both parents and child. It marks the end of dirty diapers and a forward step in the development of a child. Fraught with both stress and triumph, the period of toilet training can take from days to months. For a typical child, learning to gain control over the body's internal stimuli can be at best challenging. For many children, however, these internal cues can be overwhelming and confusing, leading to both a frustrating and traumatic toileting experience. Liam Goes Poo in the Toilet illustrates the relationship between eating and excreting. It provides visual instructions on how to "relax and push". After much fanfare, Liam finally masters going `poo' in the toilet, and both he and Mom bask in the glory of a job well done. Recommended for ages 2-4.
Liam's Luck and Finnegan's Fortune (Tim Kiernan) - Is a four-leaf clover really lucky? That's what Finnegan tells Liam, and, boy, does his luck start to change. First, Liam catches more fish than ever before, and then he makes an unbelievable discovery. What Finnegan doesn't know is that a VIP knows about his new lucky clover and wants Finnegan to help him discover why the forest is changing. Can Liam's luck and Finnegan's fortune help save the forest and all of its creatures? Recommended for ages 9-12.
Little Liam Eagle (Nancy Rankl McGrath) - Encouraging and enthusiastic, Little Liam Eagle shares an invaluable lesson that empowers children to be independent and, in this case, gain the courage to spread their wings. Everything little Liam sees perched atop his nest looks beautiful. It is a wonderful world he can dive into, with brown majestic mountains and blue wispy clouds. Still, he is a little daunted by the thought of exploring the big and expansive natural world on his own. Goodness! Out there, anything could happen! It could be different and he might be afraid, but with the prodding of Mommy Eagle and Daddy Eagle, little Liam is encouraged to take flight and let his spirit soar. Filled with bold illustrations, young readers and their families will be delighted as they watch a little eagle grow a little bigger, a little smarter, and a little braver, which is just enough to conquer his fear. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Loveable Liam Series (Jane Whelen Banks) - Liam is lovable even when he whines and won't eat his dinner. When people are cross with Liam, they still love him. Being cross will only last a minute. Love will last forever! All children require discipline and boundaries, and the Loveable Liam series of books by Jane Whelen Banks deal with many issues from potty training to saying you’re sorry to losing at games with grace. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Famous People Named Liam - Liam Neeson (actor); Liam Aiken (actor); Liam O'Flaherty (novelist)
Famous People who Named their Son Liam - Calista Flockhart (actress); Craig Ferguson (TV host); Dean McDermott (actor); Faye Dunaway (actress); Kevin Costner (actor); Monica Potter (actress); Rod Stewart (musician); Tori Spelling (actress); Dean McDermott (actor)
Liam - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Liam.