Beyond Jennifer & Jason, Madison & Montana: What to Name Your Baby Now

by Linda Rosenkrantz, Pamela Redmond Satran

St. Martin's Press | August 29, 2006 | Mass Market Paperbound |

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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 parents:

Style:
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.

Popularity:
The most popular names in America and around the world, and whatcelebrities are naming their babies.

Image:
What''s really in a name, and why Briyana spells trouble

Sex:
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 heritage.

Family: Whose name is it, anyway? and other vital considerations.

"Unlike garden-variety baby-name guides.[Beyond Jennifer & Jason] lays it on the line."--Entertainment Weekly


Format: Mass Market Paperbound

Dimensions: 480 Pages, 3.94 × 6.3 × 0.79 in

Published: August 29, 2006

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0312940955

ISBN - 13: 9780312940959

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Beyond Jennifer & Jason, Madison & Montana: What to Name Your Baby Now

Beyond Jennifer & Jason, Madison & Montana: What to Name Your Baby Now

by Linda Rosenkrantz, Pamela Redmond Satran

Format: Mass Market Paperbound

Dimensions: 480 Pages, 3.94 × 6.3 × 0.79 in

Published: August 29, 2006

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0312940955

ISBN - 13: 9780312940959

About the Book

In this fresh and expanded new edition of "the best baby-naming book ever written" "("The News Journal),"" the authors offer irresistible lists of names not found anywhere else, along with their trademark wit and insight on the most important questions--and answers--for expectant parents. Martin's Press.

From the Publisher

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 parents:

Style:
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.

Popularity:
The most popular names in America and around the world, and whatcelebrities are naming their babies.

Image:
What''s really in a name, and why Briyana spells trouble

Sex:
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 heritage.

Family: Whose name is it, anyway? and other vital considerations.

"Unlike garden-variety baby-name guides.[Beyond Jennifer & Jason] lays it on the line."--Entertainment Weekly


From the Jacket

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 parents:

Style:
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.

Popularity:
The most popular names in America and around the world, and whatcelebrities are naming their babies.

Image:
What''s really in a name, and why Briyana spells trouble

Sex:
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 heritage.

Family: Whose name is it, anyway? and other vital considerations.

"Unlike garden-variety baby-name guides.[Beyond Jennifer & Jason] lays it on the line."--Entertainment Weekly


About the Author

LINDA ROSENKRANTZ is the author of Telegram! Modern History as Told Through More than 400 Witty, Poignant and Revealing Telegrams and the memoir, My Life as a List: 207 Things About My (Bronx) Childhood, and coauthor (with her husband, Christopher Finch) of Gone Hollywood and Sotheby''s Guide to Animation Art. In addition to contributing articles to numerous magazine, she writes a nationally syndicated column on collectibles. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter.

PAMELA REDMOND SATRAN is the author of three novels about motherhood, Younger Babes in Captivity, and The Man I Should Have Married. A contributing editor for Parenting magazine, Satran is a frequent contributor to such publications as Glamour and Bon Appétit, and a columnist for Baby Talk. Satran lives with her husband and three children near New York City.

Editorial Reviews

"The arbiter of hip baby names."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you want some inspiration in naming your baby (or if you just want to spend some amusing moments), pick up Beyond Jennifer & Jason."--Family Circle



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