Marley We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Marley.
Marley Medley - Guava Jelly/This Train - a song by Sublime
I and I Bob Marley (Tony Medina) - Born in the Jamaican countryside in 1945, Bob Marley seemed special from birth. The curious, intuitive boy had an extraordinary gift for absorbing and interpreting the world around him. Influenced by his biracial heritage, his island home, and the injustices he observed in everyday life, Bob went on to become a musician and messenger; a poet and prophet of reggae culture. His music echoed from Jamaica all the way across the globe, spreading his heartfelt message of peace, love, and equality to everyone who heard his songs. Brimming with imagination and insight, I and I Bob Marley, is a multifaceted tribute befitting this international musical legend. Soulful, sun-drenched paintings transport readers to Bob Marley s Jamaica, while uniquely perceptive poems bring to life his fascinating journey from boy to icon. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Loving Marley (Donald Hassler) - In Loving Marley, the Barkers soon learn adopting a pet is a big responsibility and a decision that, with patience and love, will lead to a lifetime of fun and adventures! Loving Marley will delight, teach, and guide young readers and new pet owners as they are introduced to the day-by-day joys and trials that adopting a family pet brings. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Marley's Treasure (Gable Yerrid) - Review of this book is currently unavailable. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Marley: A Dog Like No Other: A Special Adaptation for Young Readers (John Grogan) - Acquired by Grogan and his wife in Florida when he was a puppy, Marley, an oversize, energetic, and supremely loving yellow Lab, was expelled from his first obedience school but successfully auditioned for a part in a movie. He bolted his food, chewed everything in sight, and went berserk in thunderstorms. After moving to Pennsylvania with the growing Grogan family, he discovered the joy of snow, tobogganing down the hill on his master's stomach. Although never really well-behaved, Marley made his home in their hearts for 13 years. Grogan has trimmed down his best-selling account, Marley and Me (2005), for younger readers, leaving out considerable detail about the family but keeping all the deeds and misdeeds that made Marley so entertaining. The dog's poignant last days are detailed as well. Young readers with pets of their own will recognize the unconditional affection Marley gave and the love he earned in return. Both humorous and sentimental, this should attract a broad range of readers. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Marley: Marley Steals the Show (Jeanine Le Ny) - Meet Marley, a dog like no other! Marley's family has big hopes when they enter him in the local pet show, but things don't go as planned. From grooming disasters to chaos backstage, this is one event the town will never forget. Will Marley's giant personality be enough to take home the prize? Recommended for ages 4-8.
Marley: Strike Three, Marley! (John Grogan) - Marley can't wait for his first trip to the ballpark. He is ready to cheer for the home team. But is the home team ready for Marley? This book is part of an I Can Read Series and includes several Marley the dog books, including Marley Goes to School; Marley's Big Adventure; A Very Marley Christmas; Marley: Snow Dog Marley; Marley: Christmas Is Coming, Marley; Marley and the Kittens; Marley & Me: Meet Marley; Marley: Farm Dog; Marley: Sit, Marley, Sit!; Bad Dog, Marley!; Marley: Marley and the Runaway Pumpkin; Marley: Thanks, Mom and Dad!; Marley: Marley Looks for Love; Trick or Treat, Marley!; Marley: Marley Springs Ahead!; Marley: Messy Dog; Marley: Not a Peep!; Marley: The Dog Who Cried Woof; Marley: Marley's Big Adventure; Marley: A Thanksgiving to Remember. All by John Grogan Recommended for ages 4-8.
Three Paws: The Story of Marley (Isabela R. Presedo-Floyd) - This is the story of Marley, a rescue poodle and his life told by his 9 year old owner. She is hoping when other people read this book they will want to volunteer for a animal group or adopt an animal from a rescue group. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Marley - Marley Shelton (actress)
Famous People Who Named Their Child Marley - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Marley.
Marley - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Marley.