Veronica Lodge (Archie Comics) Veronica Lodge is a major character in the Archie comics series, which debuted in 1942. Brunette and beautiful, she competes with the blonde Betty Cooper (her best friend) for the teen-aged affections of Archie Andrews in small town Riverdale. While Betty is sweet and natural, our Veronica is rich, self-centered, snobbish, vain, spoiled, and she will stoop to any trickery to get her “man”. And we love her. The only child of a rich man (“Daddykins”), Veronica is a young lady born with a silver spoon in her mouth. She is a shopaholic, a cheerleader, a horse rider, a figure skater, a scuba diver and a would-be homecoming queen. While Archie is her main squeeze, she also dates Reggie Mantle, which is only natural, as he is the richest boy in town. As for Jughead Jones, she and he do not see eye-to-eye, most likely because he is apt to call her out on her high-stepping airs. All in all, Veronica is an almost too-good-to-be-true-bad girl. If this is the worst Riverdale could produce, all towns in America should be so lucky. At the end of the day, Veronica usually is made to see the error of her ways, and she always tries to make amends – usually by throwing cash around. Hey – whatever works.
Veronica - a song by Elvis Costello
Veronica - a song by Onyx [explicit]
Veronica - a song by Teenage Bottlerocket
Veronica - a song by The Huntingtons
Veronica Fever - a song by the Raveonettes
Veronica Hates Me - a song by Screeching Weasel
Betty & Veronica's Guide to Life (Jasmine Jones) - Betty and Veronica wear the latest fashions, know what is cool and are always up for some fun. Now, they are telling to their fans! Full of spot art, humor, and attitude, these books will show how to deal with everything from school to boys-all from the perspective of two famous and fabulous best friends….and crush rivals! Recommended for ages 9-12.
Peter and Veronica (Marilyn Sachs) - What happens when your worst enemy becomes your best friend? If you're Peter and Veronica, you spend your time exploring the neighborhood, daring each other to do crazy things. Peter's mother won't let Veronica in the house, but Peter is determined to fight for his best friend until the bitter end. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Veronica (Roger Duvoisin) - Veronica, a hippopotamus who wants to stand out from the herd and be famous, travels to the big city where she indeed does stand out. Causing traffic jams, blocking sidewalks, and devouring a pushcart vendor’s vegetables in one big gulp, Veronica is arrested and jailed. How she discovers that there is no place like home is told with warm humor and sublimely mirthful illustrations that are great fun to share with a young child. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Veronica and the Birthday Present (Roger Duvoisin) - The friendship that develops between a kitten and a hippopotamus causes great commotion on two neighboring farms. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Veronica on Petunia's Farm (Roger Duvoisin) - Veronica, the very conspicuous hippopotamus, is happy to move to Mr. Pumpkin’s farm. There will be so many animals to gossip with! But the other animals do not return Veronica’s hearty “Good morning!” And they say nasty things about her. Her feelings hurt, Veronica hides in the barn for a whole week—the animals spy on her as she wastes away and looks morose. Feeling guilty, the animals offer gifts to cheer her up, and when she finally joins them in the barnyard, they see the biggest smile ever on Veronica’s face. First published in 1962, this sequel to Caldecott Medalist Duvosin’s Veronica captures with humor and an upbeat conclusion the real-life dynamics often faced by a new child in school. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Veronica the Show-Off (Nancy K. Robinson) - Although lonely and desperately in need of friends, Veronica overwhelms her new classmates with her outrageous behavior. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Famous People Named Veronica - Veronica Lake (actress); Saint Veronica (Catholic saint); Veronica (singer); Veronica Ballestrini (singer); Veronica Cartwright (actress); Verónica Castro (Mexican actress); Veronica De La Cruz (CNN News anchor); Veronica Finn (former pop singer); Veronica Franco (poet and courtesan in sixteenth-century Venice); Veronica Guerin (murdered Irish journalist); Veronica Giuliani (Italian mystic); Veronica Scott (TV personality); Veronica Varlow (burlesque dancer)
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