Maxwell We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Maxwell.
Maxwell's Silver Hammer - a song by The Beatles
Maxwell and the Silly Sea Things (Kirk Shiflett) - Meet Maxwell is a young boy with a very far out imagination. Maxwell adventures will take you to far off places and never seen before imaginary creatures. Maxwell and the Silly Sea Things is the first in a series of Maxwell adventures of imaginary places and sea creatures. Story and Illustrations by Kirk Shiflett. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Maxwell Moose's Mountain Monster (Barbara deRubertis) - With an allure to alliteration, author Barbara deRubertis brings young readers an educational and humorous treat with "Animal Antics A-Z", emphasizing letter sounds throughout their stories. Readers will enjoy the rhyming sing song nature of the books, as well as the excellently complementary art style from R. W. Alley. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Maxwell Mouse (Sharon Gordon) - Just as he nears sleep, Maxwell hears some disturbing sounds. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Maxwell Saves the Day (Kay L. Schlagel) - Most of Mike and Paul's ideas started out simple enough but usually got them into a heap of trouble. Take Max for instance. It began with a coffee can, some old junk, and a lot of computer parts. How could the boys know that Max would develop a "mind" of his own? Maxwell becomes friends with a young girl. Their friendship overcomes all odds, including Max's own circuitry. The boys could never completely depend on Max following their commands, especially when it came to his little friend Chrissy. Although Max caused a lot of problems at first, it was the boys' stubborn faith in him and the miracle of friendship that saved the day. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Maxwell's Magic Mix-Up (Linda Ashman) - A funny story about an inept magician who comes to entertain a birthday party at the last minute. "Party starts. Magician enters./ Hocus pocus! What a shock!/ Stumbles through his incantation.../ Turns Louise into a rock." All the guests (and even the father) are transformed into some silly object – poor Maxwell the Magician can’t seem to fix it! Don’t miss this cute and fun story with lovely illustrations. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Maxwell's Metamorphosis (Jane Pavanel) - No one likes stirring up trouble as much as Maxwell, but Norah discovers that the consequences of his actions are greater than anyone realizes. After making promises she can't keep, Norah finds herself in hot water, with Maxwell calling the shots. But the tables are turned thanks to Norah's quick thinking and kind heart, and before long Maxwell is the class hero. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Maxwell's Mountain (Shari Becker) - Maxwell decides he wants to prove he can climb the mountain behind his house even though his parents don’t think he’s old enough. So he prepares. He physically trains on the stairs, maps out his course, readies food and medical supplies and grabs his toy soldier for companionship. Go along with Maxwell on this surprising adventure, and when he gets to the top, you’ll enjoy the view, too! This is a story about determination and triumph. Recommended for ages 4-8.
The Adventures of Max and Pinky: Superheroes (Maxwell Eaton) - They battle snow monsters, save whales, and stop falling meteors - but Max hogs all the glory while Pinky mostly gets clobbered! Will the super-duo become solo-heroes? What will happen when one of them gets his head stuck in a fence? Who will save the day (and exact a little silly revenge)? All will be revealed in this thrilling tale of capes, friendship, and lemonade! Maxwell Eaton offers a sweetly zany tale that will have both kids and grown-ups laughing out loud and possibly donning a cape. This book is part of a series of more Max and Pinky adventures. Recommended for ages 4-8.
The House That Max Built (Maxwell Newhouse) - This book takes young readers through the process of building a house from each construction phase until completion. Max works with specialists in various areas and makes his choices and decisions along the way reinforcing the importance of trades and teamwork. Lovely folk-art style oil paintings give the book a warm feel. A good read for little children interesting in building things. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Maxwell - Maxwell (musician); Maxwell Anderson (playwright); Maxwell Caulfield (actor)
Famous People who Named their Son Maxwell - Andrew Clay (comic); Brad Garrett (actor/comic); Dustin Hoffman (actor); Lance Armstrong (cyclist); Robert Burns (poet)
Maxwell - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Maxwell.