Wyatt We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Wyatt.
Lullaby for Wyatt - a song by Sheryl Crow
Quiet Wyatt (Larry Dane Brimner) - A little boy can rumble like thunder and roar like a lion but today he prefers to be quiet Wyatt. Recommended for ages 4-8.
The Way to Wyatt's House (Nancy White Carlstrom) - This is a story about two siblings on a quiet walk to their friend Wyatt’s house. They listen to the "CRINCH CRINCH CRINCH!" of leaves under their feet and the "SWOOSH SWOOSH SWOOSH!" of the grass in the wind. But at Wyatt's, they "jump out of quiet into LOUD!" Recommended for ages 2-5.
Wyatt Earp: Legends of the West (Michael E Goodman) - In this exciting and carefully researched account of the life of Wyatt Earp, the author gives his readers a vivid picture of what life was like in the mid to late 1880’s. It was certainly an unsettled time and men often turned their hand to a variety of jobs, just as Wyatt did. Packed with photographs and interesting side bars, this is a title which will delight readers who are interested in the Wild West. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Wyatt The Wonder Dog: Learns About Good Manners (Lynne Watts) - Wyatt the Wonder Dog is always wondering about something and lately, it is how to get his friend Max to change his bossy insensitive behavior. What can he do? How can he confront Max without hurting his friend's feelings and jeopardizing their friendship? Join Wyatt as he considers some rather unusual options until he finally discovers that a heart to heart talk with Max can create a new friendship with an old friend. This entertaining book will captivate young children everywhere while teaching an important lesson about friendship and communication. It is an excellent resource for parents and counselors alike. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Wyatt Walker Turbo Talker (Christine Gormican Hierl) - "Why do hiccups make me hic? Can I reach the clouds on my pogo stick? Why do my eyelashes flitter and flutter? If I shake up a cow, can I make butter?" Meet Wyatt Walker, Turbo Talker. When you’re a four-year old like Wyatt, the world is an exciting place just waiting to be explored. With so much to see and learn, Wyatt discovers there is no end to his curiosity or to his questions. Come along with our friend for the day as he chatters on and finds out the best answer of all can be found in his imagination. Recommended for ages 3-6.
Wyatt's Wagon: Thinking of Others (Gary Bower) - This book will entertain young children as they learn about the joy of thinking of others. Each book teaches a principle through a compelling story while expressive illustrations fill each page with color and emotion. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Wyatt - Wyatt Earp (legendary lawman of the Old West)
Famous People who Named their Son Wyatt - David James Elliott (actor); Goldie Hawn (actress); Kurt Russell (actor); Sheryl Crow (musician)
Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp (19 Mar 1848 – 13 Jan 1929) - Wyatt Earp was a jack of all trades in his day. Dabbling in everything from farming to gambling to investing to mining to law-enforcement, this man went with the opportunities. He spent his early life in Iowa, and before developing the reputation as a solid lawman, Wyatt found himself in some mischief (arrested three times for “being found in a house of ill-fame”). He eventually went with his brothers to Tombstone, Arizona following a boomtown mentality and buying mining and water rights. This is when they encountered some problems with outlaw Cowboys. Wyatt is most well-known for his part in the famous "Gunfight at the O.K. Corral" during which three of the “bad-guy” Cowboys were killed. This 30-second gunfight would define the rest of his life as the "toughest and deadliest gunman of his day." The town Earp, California in the Mojave Desert stands in his honor.