Warren We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Warren.
Warren Harding - a song by Al Stewart
Warren Buffett (Tamar Lupo) - From the Remarkable People book series. A brief biography of Warren Buffett, a wealthy investor who is well known for giving his money to help others. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Warren G. Harding: America's 29th President (Deborah Kent) - A biography of the twenty-ninth president of the United States, whose administration was best known for the Teapot Dome Scandal. Recommended for ages 10-14.
Warren G. Harding: Twenty-Ninth President (Mike Venezia) - Presents a biography of Warren G Harding for young readers. Recommended for ages 6-9.
Warren's Journey (Michael Neal) - Warren is a young wolf who lives in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone. He enjoys sleeping late and watching everyone else work. One day, he is thrown out of his pack and must learn to survive on his own. Warren meets a pesky raven named Ron who likes to tell him what to do. His younger brother Tommy joins him until they are attacked by another wolf pack and become separated. Warren then meets a mysterious wolf named Jack. Although Ron warns him to stay away, Warren teams with Jack for a series of adventures until they, too, become separated. Does Warren ever see Tommy again? Does Ron the raven help him or prove to be just a bothersome bird? Can Warren learn the meaning of responsibility? Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Warren - Warren G. Harding (U.S. President); Warren Beatty (actor/director); Warren Buffet (financier); Warren Zevon (musician); Warren Spahn (baseball player); Warren E. Burger (Chief Justice of the Supreme Court); Warren Christopher (U.S. Secretary of State); Warren G (rapper); Warren "Pete" Moore (singer for The Miracles); Warren Moon (football player)
Famous People Who Named Their Son Warren - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Warren.
Warren G. Harding (2 Nov 1865 - 2 Aug 1923) - Warren G. Harding was America’s 29th President serving from 1921 until his death in 1923. We hate to be the bearer of bad news to all his namesakes out there, but Harding is widely considered one of the worst U.S. Presidents in history. Why? Well, we’ll tell you. Warren Harding began his life in Ohio where he became a self-made publisher and rose quickly in state politics (mainly because he was quite content to let the “machine bosses” rule the roost). A conservative Republican, a ceremonial politician, a strong orator, good-natured, and a man with small-town appeal, it’s no wonder that fellow Republicans looked to nominate him on their 1920 presidential ticket. Ironically, Harding won by a landslide (60% of the popular vote) thanks to his well-orchestrated “Return to Normalcy” slogan which resonated well with Americans at the time. He rewarded his supporters (known as “the Ohio gang”) with prominent positions in his administration. He did, however, appoint some good, capable men, such as Herbert Hoover as Secretary of Commerce. The problem with Harding is that he wouldn’t take a stand. He didn’t want to risk making enemies and so he turned the other cheek on his cheating, dishonest “friends”. Harding was a pro-business President but knew little about foreign policy; his Secretaries of the Treasury, State and Commerce essentially ran the show. Harding was no visionary. In the end, he died quietly in his sleep in San Francisco while on a political tour of the west. Good thing for him, too. His administration was about to be called out for its far-reaching corruption.