Quincey P. Morris (Dracula) Quincey P. Morris is a leading character in Bram Stoker’s 1897 horror novel, Dracula, which has been adapted a thousand times over into movies and other media. Quincey is a good and decent Texan with a taste for travel and adventure – and does he get it! He falls in love with Lucy Westrena, but she is already engaged to his friend, Arthur Holmwood, and offers him her friendship instead. Sometime later, after Lucy has been bitten by Dracula, Holmwood calls for Quincey’s help. Quincey donates blood, unsuccessfully, to the dying Lucy. It is Quincey who, through the experiences of his extensive travels, offers the theory of vampirism. And it is Quincey who joins the others in the horrendous task of killing the now turned vampire, Lucy, although he must step outside at the last awful minute. Quincey and his associates then search in earnest for the vile Dracula, tracking him back to his castle in Transylvania, and having no trouble finishing the deed in this instance. Alas, Quincey is mortally wounded in the battle, and dies shortly thereafter. Quincey P. Morris achieves an immortality of sorts, as Jonathan Harker and his wife name their firstborn son after him.
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A Daunting Quest for Quincy & Quigley (V.K. Sansone) - A Daunting Quest for Quincy & Quigley is an adorable storybook about two twin penguins who venture away from their safe penguin colony while playing hide-n-go-seek to find better hiding spots. But getting back home again proves to be "a daunting quest"! Ideal for small children. Recommended for ages 3-6.
John Quincy Adams: Sixth President 1825-1829 (Mike Venezia) - From the “Getting to Know the U.S. Presidents” Series, this one presents a biography of John Quincy Adams. Recommended for ages 6-9.
Quincy (Jonathan Turner) - Story of a gargoyle named Quincy and the young prince who grows up in his castle. Covers loss, war, faith, and the constants that provide solace in times of sorrow. Recommended for ages 6-9.
Quincy and the Dinosaurs (Susan Ring) - An Early Einstein Little Reader. In this whimsical new adventure, Quincy and the rest of the Little Einsteins travel to the jungle in search of dinosaurs-instrument dinosaurs. Join the team as they race to keep a baby Piccolo-Dactyl safe from a scary Bass-a-Saurus Rex! Preschoolers will have a blast learning to read with this Level 1 early reader. Recommended for ages 3-6.
Quincy Finds a New Home (Camille Mathews) - The stories that introduce a red horse named Quincy and follow his exploits. Quincy Finds A New Home, the first book of the Quincy the Horse series, is a story about the importance of friendship. Quincy s life is turned upside down when he gets a new owner and is taken to a new home. His new home is the biggest barn he has ever seen. There are horseshows every Sunday, but Quincy does not know how to jumps jumps and win ribbons. He finally makes a new friend, an old, brown horse named Beau and confides his secret. Together he and Beau find a very unexpected answer to the problem. This is an engaging, comforting story. The striking oil paintings bring Quincy and his world to life for young readers. Matthews and Black s knowledge and love of horses and attention to details of horse life instill the series with joy and authenticity. Recommended for ages 5-10.
Quincy Has Homework (Susan Van Tiem Shockley) - Quincy is a kindergartener who has homework for the very first time. He needs to find words that began with the letter Q. The problem is that Quincy can only think of two words that start with Q: Quincy and Queen. Walk home with Quincy and help him find all the words that began with Q. Recommended for ages 3-6.
Quincy Moves To the Desert (Camille Mathews) - Quincy Moves To the Desert, the second book of the series, is a story of self-discovery. Quincy and his trusted friend, Beau, leave the comforts of home and go on a big trip West to find trails as far as you can see. Though hesitant at first, Quincy is soon soaking up the sights. To his amazement, Quincy discovers that Horses are everywhere. He learns about all the jobs horses do and begins to dream about his own possibilities. Full of energy and imagination, the beautifully illustrated book includes a map of the US with highlighted states. The sensitive descriptions of Quincy s feelings and experiences provide an environment of warmth and comfort. The striking oil paintings bring Quincy and his world to life for young readers. Matthews' and Black's knowledge and love of horses and attention to details of horse life instill the series with joy and authenticity. Recommended for ages 5-10.
Quincy Rumpel, P. I. (Betty Waterton) - What is Quincy Rumpel doing creeping around the old Beanblossom house down the road? Has she found the bizarre burial ground of the little dog Nanki-poo? And what are the strange apparitions that her brother, Morris, spies in the house at night? How about the treasure that Captain Beanblossom left behind? And, most important, who else is interested in the abandoned house? Quincy, who wants to know everything, sets out to get some answers. In this new adventure, curious Quincy is back with an all-woman private investigating firm. But her carefully hatched plans go astray when she's joined by a motley crew that includes pesky Morris, his best friend, Chucky, and her current heartthrob, Freddie Twikenham, who is convinced that he has his grandfather's Mountie blood coursing through his veins. Kids who love Harriet the Spy and the Beverly Cleary books will be captivated by Quincy as she makes her indelible mark on her family, neighborhood, town, and the world! Recommended for ages 8-11.
Quincy, the Hobby Photographer (J.otto Seibold) - The dapper Quincy tells all in this lighthearted introduction to the art of photographing dogs. He’s generous with helpful hints, like “You can stop to smell the roses, but dogs don’t hold their poses,” and mindful of the smallest details, such as allowing the subject to sniff the camera. To top it off, Quincy shares his favorite snaps from the field in a quirky slide presentation. In his inimitable style, J.otto Seibold delivers a book overflowing with heart, humor, and four-footed friends. Part silly picture book, part off-the-cuff instruction manual, Quincy, the Hobby Photographer is an ideal gift for dog lovers and for photo enthusiasts of all ages.
Famous People Named Quincy - Quincy Jones (music producer); Quincy Black (football player); Quincy Butler (football player); Quincy Carter (football player); Quincy Douby (basketball player); Quincy Morgan (football player); Quincy Owusu-Abeyie (soccer player); Quincy Trouppe (baseball player)
Famous People Who Named Their Son Quincy - We cannot find any celebrities or significantly famous people who named their child Quincy.