Angelina We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Angelina.
Angel, Angelina - a song by George Strait
Angelina - a song by Billy Bob Thornton
Angelina - a song by Bob Dylan
Angelina - a song by Harry Belafonte
Farewell Angelina - a song by Bob Dylan
Farewell Angelina - a song by John Mellencamp
Farewell, Angelina - a song by Joan Baez
Angelina Ballerina (Katharine Holabird) - Angelina danced her way into the hearts of young ballerinas, and she’s still going strong. A true modern classic, Angelina continues to be adored by her legions of fans. Angelina Ballerina is a fictional mouse, created by author Katharine Holabird and illustrator Helen Craig, who is featured in a popular series of children's books. The first book in the series was published in 1983, and since then, there has been over 20 books in the series. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Angelina Grimke: Voice of Abolition (Ellen H. Todras) - Born into a prominent Charleston family in 1805, Angelina Grimke was led by her religious beliefs to oppose slavery and to leave the South in order to work in New England for the abolition of slavery and for women's rights. She overcame her natural reticence and the conventions of the time to speak in public for the causes she believed in. Recommended for ages young adult.
Angelina Jolie: Celebrity with Heart (Michael A. Schuman) - The book details the life and humanitarian contributions made by the famous celebrity, Angelina Jolie. Recommended for ages young adult.
Angelina's Angels (Lynn Bartel) - During a season of factory closings and job losses, the small town of Bennington loses sight of the hope of the season. Angelina, a young girl who faces life from a wheelchair, knows that a life without hope is not a life and she formulates a plan to help bring the joy of Christmas back to her town. With a little ingenuity and the helping hands of her brothers and sister, Angelina's motto 'Share the gift and share the hope' transforms a town in despair into a town that remembers the true meaning of Christmas. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Angelina's Island (Jeanette Winter) - Angelina’s heart aches for Jamaica, and no matter how much Mama talks of having a better life in New York, Angelina still dreams about mangos, johnnycake, rainbow-colored birds, and the warmth of the sand under her feet. Then one day Mama sees something in the paper about Carnival in Brooklyn, New York, and she thinks she may have found a way to soothe Angelina’s homesickness. With vibrant colors that seem to dance right off the page, Jeanette Winter pays homage to Jamaica and the traditions of the West Indian people. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Angelina - Angelina Jolie (actress/philanthropist); Angelina Grimke (social reformer)
Famous People who Named their Daughter Angelina - Jon Voight (actor)
Angelina - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Angelina.