Quoted everywhere from Parenting to The Wall
Street Journal, with over a million copies of their books in
print, bestselling authors Linda Rosenkrantz and Pamela Redmond
Satran are the baby-name experts. In this fresh and
expanded new edition of "the best baby-naming book ever written"
(The News Journal), they offer irresistible lists of names
you won''t find anywhere else, along with their trademark wit and
insight on the most important questions--and answers--for expectant
What''s hot and what''s cool--including Honest Names, Spiritual
Names, Kreeatif Names, The Two-Syllable Solution, Word Names, The
Exotics, and a Girl Named Boy.
The most popular names in America and around the world, and
whatcelebrities are naming their babies.
What''s really in a name, and why Briyana spells trouble
What''s it like for a girl to grow up with a traditionally feminine
name like Abigail or Blossom; a no-frills name like Alice or Jane;
or a unisex name like Dylan or Dakota? And are there any decidedly
masculine names left for boys?
Tradition: A concise history of American
baby-naming, plus inspired ways to reflect your own cultural
Family: Whose name is it, anyway? and other vital
"Unlike garden-variety baby-name guides.[Beyond
Jennifer & Jason] lays it on the line."--Entertainment