Seamus We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Seamus.
Seamus - a song by Pink Floyd
You Should Be Ashamed, Seamus - a song by McLusky
Seamus & Tessa: The World is Just the Beginning (Jim Maher) - Kindle edition. Seamus & Tessa are ordinary kids on an ordinary summer trip to ordinary Grandma's house. One quick stop for gas later and the pair are whisked to the top of the world by a mysterious man dressed all in black. A story for all ages, an adventure for boys and girls alike, Seamus & Tessa will keep you glued to your seat! Recommended for ages 12+
Seamus and the Leprechaun Trilogy (Shannon Glenn) - The Complete Seamus and the Leprechaun Trilogy collects all three tales chronicling the adventures of Seamus and his leprechaun friend. Book One: The Wishing Well is a timeless children’s story set in mythical Ireland amidst a crumbling cottage and magical woods filled with faeries. Seamus O’Callaghan receives a used shovel for his eighth birthday and offers to dig a wishing well for his impoverished mother to change their fortunes. His quest for a penny leads him on an incredible adventure into the realm of faeries and leprechauns. His fierce determination, self-reliance, and a belief that your destiny is what you make it, make Seamus a strong, memorable character. An endearing tale; well-paced, and full of adventure. Book Two: A Leprechaun's Tale; the second book in the trilogy, is a dark comedy. When Seamus asks the leprechaun why the brownies hate him, the leprechaun weaves a fantastic tale full of evil ogres, greed, and deceit; freely adapted from Hans Christian Anderson's classic: Little Claus, Big Claus. Book Three: The Pirate King is the third and final book in the Seamus and the Leprechaun series. The leprechaun grants Seamus his greatest wish; sending him on a journey filled with pirates, danger, and sacrifice. Available on Kindle.
Seámus (Phil R Hadley) - Kindle edition. Seámus is a leprechaun living in the wild forests of Ireland. Despite having a wonderful life with a beautiful home and all the animal friends he could wish for, he desperately wants to fit in with humans. But when he travels to the nearby town, will he be accepted, or are some prejudices too much to bear? A perfect read for children wanting to look at how people react to new faces with unusual stories, whilst exploring a life of magic and wonder for one of the world’s most loved mythical beings. Recommended for ages 4-6.
The Adventures of Seamus the Sheltie (James Beverly) - This is a story about a real dog. The adventures in this book are based on actual events in his life, but with some embellishments. Seamus, a Shetland Sheepdog, is an incredibly intelligent dog who can understand about 65 human words. To make the Seamus stories more fun to read, the author added a language for the dog that was derived from the canine physical makeup, the intelligence and language of a young child, and a large dose of humorous imagination. Seamus brings a new and entertaining context to life lessons that make them fresh and engaging for the readers of all ages. Humor is a key ingredient, and a happy ending to each story underscores the important moral or basic value relevant to each story in this book, setting the stage for wonderful discussions with a child. Recommended for ages 5+
Famous People Named Seamus - Seamus Dever (actor); Seamus Heaney (Irish poet/Nobel-prize winner); Séamus Coleman (soccer player); Seamus Mullen (restaurateur and author)
Famous People Who Named Their Son Seamus - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Seamus.
Seamus - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Seamus.