Arabella We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Arabella.
Arabella - is an opera by Richard Strauss
Arabella - a song by The Blue Druids
A Job for Arabella (Pat Nowak) - A Job for Arabella tells the story of Arabella, a rescued pound puppy. Arabella is chosen to become one of a select group of dogs those with the special job of helping people with disabilities. Young readers will follow Arabella as she grows from an inquisitive puppy to become a strong, dependable dog. With help on her journey from her first trainer, a high school student named Caroline, Arabella learns the skills needed to perform. Recommended for ages 7-10.
Arabella (Wendy Orr) - Matthew looked at the Arabella. She had tall slim masts and sails set to catch the wind, a polished wooden deck that shone like glass and a painted Lady carved on her bow. She perched on Grandpa's windowsill as if she was ready to fly - a small, perfect ship. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Arabella and Cheddar: A Little Story About a Mouse from A to Z (Clara Barrey Smith Poole) - This is an alphabet book that is about little adventure between a mouse and cat, all told in rhyme. Arabella is a clever mouse who encounters Cheddar, the house cat one evening as she is scouting for food. The book is filled with large, colorful drawings illustrating each alphabet letter and stanza in the poem. Recommended for ages 3-7.
Arabella and Mr. Crack: An Old English Tale (Dick Gackenbach) - Mr. Crack's new housekeeper quickly learns to use his idiosyncratic vocabulary. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Arabella Miller's Tiny Caterpillar (Clare Jarrett) - Keeping watch over a caterpillar leads to amazing surprises in a bright, buoyant read-aloud inspired by a children’s verse. When Arabella Miller finds a tiny caterpillar, she brings him home and feeds him lots and lots of leaves. Soon the not-so-tiny caterpillar sheds his skin and disappears inside his chrysalis. Arabella misses her friend, but when he finally emerges, she is filled with wonder at the beautiful creature he has become. Clare Jarrett’s sweet story and vibrant illustrations weave details about a caterpillar’s transformation into this elaboration on the song "Little Arabella Miller." Recommended for ages 3-7.
Arabella The Maple Tree (Rollande Calnan) - Kindle edition. Arabella The Maple Tree is a beautiful childrens bedtime story about a loving mother tree named Arabella and her new leaves. The story centers on Arabella and her littlest leaf, Michael. The story begins in the spring as Arabellas branches fill with news leaves. The story and its enchanting illustrations follow the pair through the seasons and to a new beginning for both. It is a lovely story that will be cherished by both parents and their children. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Indescribably Arabella (Jane Gilbert) - Arabella Anastasia wants to be famous. Will she be...a famous painter? A famous actress? A famous twirling, whirling ballerina? Or will she be famous in her own indescribable way? Recommended for ages 4-8.
Oscar and Arabella (Neal Layton) - Oscar was a woolly mammoth. And so was Arabella. Did anyone ever tell you that woolly mammoths weren't very smart? Don't believe them if they did! Oscar and Arabella were two woolly mammoths who had to think very fast to outwit the scary creature lurking in the cave. Quirky and imaginative—this is a startlingly distinctive picture book, wildly and wittily illustrated. Recommended for ages 5-8.
Oscar and Arabella and Ormsby (Neal Layton) - Oscar and Ormsby are woolly mammoths who don't always see tusk to tusk, and while two is company, with their friend Arabella, three most definitely makes a crowd. But when Arabella needs their help, Ormsby and Oscar must learn to work together. Recommended for ages 5-8.
The Hope Chest of Arabella King (Linda Zwicker) - When Aunt Arabella's hope chest is finally opened after fifty years, the King family is dismayed to find only the tattered remnants of her trousseau. But Sara is not to be discouraged. Sure that something else, something important, is hidden in that chest, she enlists the aid of Aunt Olivia, the Avonlea Chronicle's newest reporter, to get to the bottom of this mystery. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Famous People Named Arabella - Lady Arabella Stuart (Scottish/English royalty)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Arabella - Ivanka Trump (businesswoman, daughter of Donald Trump)