Ricky We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Ricky.
Do The Ricky Bobby - a song by B-Hamp
Ricky - a song by Weird Al Yankovic
Ricky Ticky Toc - a song by Eminem [explicit]
Ricky Tidwell's Mama Is Gonna Play Football - a song by Cledus T. Judd
Ricky Wants a Man of Her Own - a song by Bruce Springsteen
Leo & Gracie: Cat Detectives in "Where's Ricky?" (M. J. McMullen) - Leo and Gracie are kept busy keeping up with Ricky, the mischievous black cat, who is always going missing. Once again Ricky has disappeared which has Leo and Gracie sinking their claws into a new case. As usual Gracie is bullying the other cats which makes life difficult for Leo who must keep Gracie focused on the case. Join all the cats as they participate in the "Crazy Cat" contest to see who can drive their owners, Michael and Joanna, the craziest. Also, prepare to sing along with Ricky as he debuts his new country song "Tears on My Whiskers". Recommended for ages 4-8.
Llama Tails: Ricky's Adventure (Diane Ganzer & Sammy St. Croix) - Ricky is a young llama with a yearning to see what lies beyond the borders of his farm. With his animal friends, he decides to find out, de-spite what the wise owl and old ewe tell him, that he has a role to fulfill on the farm. It is during this adventure that a summer storm breaks out, nearly destroying the farm as he knows it. Lost on a river, it is Ricky's chance to prove that being an adventurer is less important than being responsible. Unfortunately, he learns this lesson the hard way, when his own life as well as the lives of his friends are in peril, and there looks to be no way out of his predicament. What will it take to bring Ricky home safe? In the aftermath of the tornado's fury, will there even be a home for him to return to? Recommended for ages 7-10.
Ricky & Mobo (Roscoe Orman) - For his sixth birthday, Ricky receives the best present ever, Mobo, a mechanical horse. With a few pumps of Ricky's legs, he and Mobo race across the floor. Nothing could be better! Then Ricky's mom tells Ricky about the neighborhood block party and race. Children will compete to find out who is the fastest. Ricky is sure he and Mobo will win the race. But when the big day comes, not everything goes according to Ricky's plans. Recommended for ages 5-7.
Ricky (Eric Walters) - Ricky has always loved animals. After all, he shares his house with 29 weird and wonderful creatures. So when vandals break into his school and destroy many of his beloved science teacher’s animals, including Ricky’s favorite, Bogart the boa constrictor, Ricky is shocked. Now it’s up to Ricky and his best friend, Augie, to devise a plan to raise money to replace Bogart—and to surprise Mr. Johnson, the science teacher, at the same time. Raising the money is easy: what’s tough is getting the rather large new reptile—who happens to be smart and slithery—safely to school! Recommended for ages 8-10.
Ricky Is Brave (Guido van Genechten) - On a very hot night, Ricky decides to keep cool by sleeping outside in his tent, just as the other young bunnies do. Ricky's parents gently ask him if he will be all right outside by himself. He tries to be courageous as there are many new sounds outside at night. With the help of his Zorro cape, Ricky shows how he deals with being afraid of the dark and encourages emotional development in young readers who experience similar obstacles. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Ricky Remington Dolphin Dreamer: A story (Iam Wake & Bret Carr) - How Would You Recognize Your Love Across Lifetimes? "Half-sleep", "feeling-imaginations", "song-pictures"... If you want to find out the answer you are required to learn a new vocabulary. And then enter a world of actual abilities shared by only two beings on the planet: Dolphins and Yogis. And someday you too. Ricky is no ordinary dolphin. He sings his dreams to whales and loves the stories of humans who used to live in villages, before they were forced into being thinkers and moved into cities to feed the machines. His passion to help humans find their feelings and the friendships he forges with other species makes finding Rebakah-Dolphin, who used to share his "half-sleep" and "song-pictures", not a complete impossibility. Recommended for ages unknown.
Ricky Ricotta's Mighty Robot Collection Books 1-4 (Dav Pilkey) - With more than one million books in print, Ricky Ricotta and his Mighty Robot are a big hit with children. Here the first four fantastic adventures are gathered together in one MIGHTY collection! Enter a galaxy of fun and discover how Ricky befriends the Mighty Robot for the first time, before battling such sinister spacemonsters as Mercurian Mosquitoes, Vultures from Venus, and Martian Mecha-Monkeys! Each early chapter book has action-packed Flip-O-Rama and instructions on how to draw each character! Also includes a cool sticker sheet featuring Ricky, his Robot, and all the bad guys! It's a collection that's truly out of this world! School Library Journal says: “Pilkey fans, science-fiction aficionados, and reluctant readers won't want to miss [this series]." Box set. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Ricky Rocket: Bubble Trouble (Shoo Rayner) - Ricky's best friend Bubbles joins Ricky's family for the Earth festival of Candlenight. Bubbles joins in all the traditional celebrations, but also adds a party trick of his own to make it a night to remember! Recommended for ages 5-7.
Ricky Rocky and Ringo: Colorful Day (Mauri Kunnas) - Ricky, Rocky, and Ringo help a multitude of animals chase a mischievous chameleon as he uses his color-changing ability to hide from them. Recommended for ages 3-6.
Ricky the Tuft (Eduard Jose) - A retelling of the tale in which an ugly but clever prince and a beautiful but stupid princess find they can give each other what each of them desires most. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Ricky Vargas #1: The Funniest Kid in the World (Alan Katz) - Now's your chance to meet the funniest kid in the world! Ricky Vargas is funny. He is so funny he can make you snort milk out of your nose...even if you're not drinking any! In three stories, Ricky manages to get carried away at the school spelling bee, ruin the class picture, and speak his own language. But don't worry, no matter what trouble Ricky finds himself in, he always knows just how to make it better--after all, who could be upset with the funniest kid in the world for long? With his characteristic wit, Alan Katz brings second-grader Ricky Vargas's antics to life. Hilarious art supports the leveled text, making for an uproarious read. Recommended for ages 7-9.
Famous People Named Ricky - Ricky Gervais (British comic/actor/producer); Ricky Martin (born Enrique, musician); Ricky Craven (born Richard, racecar driver); Ricky Nelson (born Eric, musician); Ricky Rudd (racecar driver); Ricky Williams (born Errick, football player); Ricky Carmichael (Motocross racer)
Famous People Who Named Their Son Ricky - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Ricky.
Ricky - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Ricky.