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Liam
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Liam in "The Last King of Lambland"
Grade Preschool
Gender Male
Animal Bear
Complexion Grayish amber
Brown
Residence Elwood City
Family Mr. Marco (unknown close family relationship)[1][2][3]
Book debut D.W.'s Guide to Preschool
Cartoon debut "D.W. All Wet"
Voiced by Matthew Rothpan

Liam[4][5] is a preschooler who attends school at the Elwood Community Preschool.

Biography

Originally appearing many times as a background character, Liam speaks for the first time in "The Last King of Lambland." His name is revealed in the book D.W.'s Guide to Preschool where his name is seen along with a few other names from his classmates. The name Liam is signed on D.W.'s petition to keep Mary Moo Cow on the air in "The Last of Mary Moo Cow," meaning he could be a fan of the television show.

He is friends with James and is also most likely friends with Emily and D.W. along with the other kids at the preschool although they have not mentioned him before.

He is shown to be kind to others, but not much is known about him, including his general personality. He is very attached to his toy bulldozer, and he becomes very upset and cries when the Tibbles convince James to take it from him.

Physical appearance

Liam is a brown bear who wears a yellow shirt, orange overalls, and blue and white sneakers. In "D.W.'s Backpack Mishap," he wears yellow and orange striped swim trunks.

Trivia

  • Liam has hiccups throughout the episode "The Last King of Lambland."
  • During Career Day in "D.W. Aims High," he wears a firefighter's hat, which suggests that he may want to become a firefighter when he grows up.

Appearances

Books

TV series

Gallery

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The full image gallery for Liam may be viewed at Liam/Gallery.

References

  1. In "Crime and Consequences," they were seen together at least three times (see File:Liam seen with Mr Marco Crime and Consequences 2.png).
  2. In "D.W. and Bud's Higher Purpose," they were seen twice.
  3. In "The Substitute Arthur," they were seen twice.
  4. "Bring in the royal bulldozer! Many thanks, Sir Liam."James MacDonald, "The Last King of Lambland"
  5. File:Preschool Class Modelsheet.JPG