Catalina - a song by the Descendents
Catalina - a song by El Capitan
Catalina - a song by Conjunto Tropical Mar Azul
Catalina - a song by Nils
Catalina Kiss - a song by Acoustic Alchemy
Catalina La Coja - a song by Los Silver Star
Catalina La O - a song by Pete El Conde Rodriguez
Catalina Magdalena - a song by Jennifer Rose
Catalina Kate: The Little Lost Bird (Gerard Quintanar) - Based on actual events, "Catalina Kate: The Little Lost Bird" follows a bird who is blown out to sea from her home on Catalina Island. Luckily for the little bird, she happens upon a kind and gentle family in a sailboat who help her find her way home. Beautifully illustrated, this book captures the sights and wildlife of Catalina Island in a wonderful children's story. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan Was Her Name (Tedd Arnold) - Meet Catalina Magdalena Whoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan...She had two holes on the bottom of her nose-- One for her fingers, and one for her toes! Though she has two arms that drag along the ground, two feet bigger than a bathroom mat, and just two teeth in her mouth, life for Catalina is full and fun! Best-selling author/illustrator Tedd Arnold has transformed a popular camp song into a wild, wacky, happy book--with a wonderful message of making the most of life and finding joy where one can! And on the cover of the book are googly eyes that really move! Wild and wacky art by Tedd Arnold illustrates this favorite camp song. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Catalina y Catalina (Sergio Ramírez) - Once cuentos escritos con un lenguaje descarnado y directo, propio de la crónica periodística, que tienen la virtud de conmocionar, sorprender y emocionar al lector, que halla enormemente cercanas estas historias que transcurren entre Nicaragua y Alemania, entre los años de la revolución sandinista y la época actual. Recommended for ages young adult.
Catalina, la fugitiva de San Benito (Lloréns Chufo) - Catalina es una chica osada que rompe con su destino en un convento y decide escaparse, disfrazada de hombre, tras el hombre que ama. Perseguida por la Inquisición, trabaja de paje para su amado, mientras que, vestida de mujer, se convierte en una famosa actriz en la corte de Felipe IV. A través de sus inolvidables aventuras, inspiradas en la vida real de Catalina Rojo de Hinojosa, Chufo Lloréns nos adentra en las intrigas cortesanas de la época, los conventos, el teatro, los duelos, el toreo... todo ello relatado a través de la epopeya de un gran amor que es capaz de saltar cualquier barrera social. Recommended for ages uncertain.
Un dia en la vida de Catalina (Berta Hiriart) - Después de algunos meses, Catalina logra superar su tristeza y adaptarse al nacimiento de su nueva hermanita aprendiendo a vivir con ella. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Catalina - Catalina Castaño (Columbian tennis player); Catalina Sandino Moreno (Columbian actress); Catalina Guirado (English model/TV personality); Cătălina Ponor (Romanian gymnast); Catalina Robayo (Columbian beauty queen), Catalina de Aragon (Spanish name of Catherine of Aragon; Henry VIII’s first wife)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Catalina - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Catalina.
Catalina de Aragón (16 Dec 1485 – 7 Jan 1536) - Known as Catherine of Aragon to English-speakers, Catalina de Aragón was the Spanish born first wife of King Henry VIII. Catalina was a Princess of Spain when she came to England in 1501 to marry into the royal family (as such were predestined political alliances of the day). As Henry VIII’s first wife, Catalina de Aragón was unable to produce a male heir beyond infancy, and so the King quickly tired of her. In the meantime, old Henry knocked-up his mistress Anne Boleyn. Certain that the pregnant Anne was carrying his male heir and the future King of England, Henry VIII went to the Pope and requested his marriage to Catalina be annulled so he could swap “I Dos” with Miss Boleyn. But the devoutly Catholic Catalina de Aragón was having none of that. Fortunately, she had her own “friends in high places” (her nephew was the Holy Roman Emperor after all), so the Church refused the annulment in her favor. When the King divorced Catalina and married Anne Boleyn anyway, he was promptly excommunicated. Furious, King Henry VIII broke ties with Rome and took control of the Church of England – setting in motion the English Reformation (an event which would have far-reaching impacts on European history). All because little Catalina refused him a divorce (oh, those Sagitarrian ladies are so stubborn in their ways!). Catalina de Aragón and her one surviving daughter, Mary I of England, were banished from the English court yet remained steadfast loyal to Roman Catholicism.