Adeline We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Adeline.
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Adeline (Bobby Strickland) - It's Valentine's day in the kingdom of Zeeland where Adeline Addison makes her home. All of the creatures, including the loveable pig, Hector P. Swine, have valentines for our sweet Adeline, but they mysteriously say the same thing! Adeline wonders what they could mean until a mountain of cards reveals an earth-shaking truth: "God loves you most." Recommended for ages 4-8.
Adeline's Dream (Linda Aksomitis) - Twelve-year-old Adeline Mueller has to fight to make a place for herself when her family comes to Canada from Germany to join their father in their new life. Adeline hasn't seen her father for four years, but his letters promise a splendid new life and a house of their own. When they step off the train in Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, the reality is very different. Home is a sod house in "Germantown," a squatter settlement on CPR land, and for a long time Adeline can't forgive her father for bringing her here. Life in her new home is definitely dramatic. Adeline experiences a tornado, a devastating fire, and relentless prejudice from Sarah, a girl in her class. But she also makes friends. Minna, a Germantown girl, shows her how to pick wild berries, and Henry, a boy with a physical disability, helps her get precious library books. By Christmas, Adeline has begun to like Canada, forgiven her father, and won respect from Sarah with her singing ability. Sarah considers setting aside her own ambitions to choose Adeline to sing the solo in the Christmas concert. Could this really happen? Recommended for ages 10-14.
Adeline's Porcupine (Bobby Strickland) - When Adeline finds a small and prickly porcupine named Grace on her doorstep, a lesson in God's grace begins. Zeeland's pampered pets, led by the haughty poodle, Penelope, poke fun at Adeline's quilled friend until Grace despairs, wishing she was pretty. Adeline reminds Grace that her beauty lies within--and compassion is a crown when Grace (who's been to Porcupine Scouts) resuscitates a drowning Penelope from her bone-shaped pool of vanity. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Adeline - Adeline Virginia Stephen (aka, Virginia Woolf, writer); Adeline Pond Adams (writer); Adeline, Countess of Cardigan and Lancastre (royalty); Adeline André (French fashion designer); Adeline Canac (French figure skater); Adeline Knapp (journalist/activist); Adeline Miller (aka Adeline Furman, American madam and prostitute)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Adeline - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Adeline.
Adeline Virginia Stephen (25 Jan 1882 – 28 March 1941) - Better known as Virginia Woolfe, Adeline Stephen was an English writer of essays, short stories and novels. She is considered one of the most important literary figures of the 20th century most known for her novels “To the Lighthouse”, “Mrs. Dalloway” and “Orlando”. Heavily influenced by Marcel Proust and James Joyce, To the Lighthouse employs stream-of-consciousness narrations and meandering paragraphs to depict the make-up of a family (the Ramsays). It’s more about thoughts and perceptions within the internal landscapes of her characters rather than black-and-white reality. This novel is considered one of the greastet modernist works of fiction in the English language. Nicole Kidman portrayed her in a critical acclaimed 2002 movie, “The Hours”.