Abbie We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Abbie.
Gaslighting Abbie - a song by Steely Dan
Abbie Against the Storm (Marcia K. Vaughan & Bill Farnsworth) - Subtitled : The True Story of a Young Heroine and a Lighthouse - Abbie Burgess helps her father care for a lighthouse on a small island off the coast of Maine. Together they tend the lamps, organize supplies, and watch the endless Atlantic waters. When Abbie’s mother becomes ill, her father must sail to the mainland to find food and medicine. While her father is away a fierce winter storm descends, and Abbie must summon all her courage to care for her ailing mother, comfort her frightened sisters, and keep the flames of the lighthouse burning. Abbie Against the Storm is based on an actual incident that took place off the coast of Maine in the winter of 1856 and on a real young woman who rose to the challenge of saving her family and countless sailors. Recommended for ages 6-9.
Abbie Gets Fit (Doug Werner) - 2012 Book of the Year for Creative Child Magazine – “Abbie Gets Fit” is the endearing and compelling true story of one nine-year-old girls daily journey to fitness with her father. Motivated by a failed fitness exam at her school, Abbie and her father set out on a 6 month quest to improve her fitness level and prepare for the next exam. With a rain or shine, sixty minute fitness walk as the foundation of their daily program, Abbie's fitness transformation was remarkable, and the bond she and her father forged as a result has changed their relationship forever. This book is a must read for any parent or child looking for the inspiration to adopt a more active and fit lifestyle! Recommended for ages 6-9.
Abbie, Girl Spy : The Case of the Missing Locket (Darren J. Butler) - Abbie, Girl Spy series Book I. Children's author, Darren J. Butler, has created a new hero for American children. Eleven year old detective, Abbie Walker, is the new super sleuth of the new century. Abbie, Girl Spy is an ongoing series for middle readers that will include many exciting mysteries for children. Here is a copy of the description of this book that appears on the back cover: First of all, I'm not a spy. By definition, spies are people who sneak around and watch other people. I'm a detective, but Abbie Girl Detective or Abbie, Private Investigator or even Abbie, Super Sleuth, sound all wrong. I have just begun the worst summer of my entire eleven year existence. Becca, my best friend and partner in crime, moved to Memphis a few weeks ago and the rest of my summer and my life are down the toilet. In addition to the misery of loosing Becca, I've been having nightmares almost every night. I've been dreaming about a ghost girl. Shes looking for someone and I think that someone might be me. After solving six cases in the past year and a half, I have now become my own client and unfortunately I must find a replacement for Becca. My choices have been narrowed down to two people - Kirk and Sarah. After the way that Sarah has treated me, I'm fairly sure I can mark her off my list. Therefore, I have decided to pick Kirk on a trial basis. I'm going to take a chance and show him the secret office under the greenhouse and let him read the files of cases one through six. Other books in the series include: Abbie, Girl Spy: The Ducks and Diamonds Mystery (Abbie, Girl Spy, 2); The Secret of Crybaby Hollow (Abbie, Girl Spy, 3); and The Masterpiece (Abbie, Girl Spy 4). Recommended for ages 10-14.
Keep the Lights Burning, Abbie (Peter Roop & Connie Roop) - In the winter of 1856, a storm delays the lighthouse keeper's return to an island off the coast of Maine, and his daughter Abbie must keep the lights burning by herself. Recommended for ages 7-9.
The Witchy Worries of Abbie Adams (Rhonda Hayter) - Abbie Adams is a witch. She can't tell anyone, even her best friend, Callie, who notices Abbie acting strange. Instead she uses memory-erasing spells to keep things under control. Abbie hopes for some normalcy when her father brings home a kitten, but when Abbie looks into its eyes, she sees a trapped boy. Now Abbie needs her magic more than ever. Saving him becomes even more important when her family realizes the kitten is actually the young Thomas Edison. The world will be a much different place if they can't return him to create his famous inventions! Recommended for ages 8-11.
Famous People Named Abbie - Abbie Cornish (Australian actress); Abbot "Abbie" Hoffman (activist in the counterculture movement)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Abbie - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Abbie.
Abbie - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Abbie.