The 2011 Baby Names Almanac

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Nov 1, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 382 pages
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The Hottest Baby Name Trends, Lists, and Forecasts

An instant snapshot of how the world today is shaping the name you may choose for your child tomorrow, The 2011 Baby Names Almanac is jam-packed with information and trends, plus thousands of names to browse. Here's a sneak peek at the ideas, forecasts, predictions, and suggestions you'll find:

  • Why some names are a lot more popular than you think (Carly, Tristan)
  • The cutting edge names on the rise (Kellan, Serenity) and the superhot names cooling fast (Miley, Kaden)
  • The crossover pop culture names that will be moving to the cribs of tomorrow (Pandora)
  • Just how many Isabellas and Jacobs are out there
  • A look at whether popular unisex names like Riley are used more for boys or girls
  • The hottest names in your state
  • The girls' name that jumped more than 675 places on the top 1000 names, and the boys' name that can't shake a 902 ranking

Packed with easy-to-read charts, graphs, and maps, this book is a screen shot of the world today. It's stuffed with ideas on what's hip and hot, and how you can take that trend and turn it into a name you love.

  

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User Review  - AAM_mommy - LibraryThing

I liked reading the trends - not because I want a "trendy" name but because I don't! It helped me to mark off some of the names she believes are "trending up"... Read full review

Review: The Baby Names Almanac

User Review  - Elaine White - Goodreads

As a writer this was a great source of regular and unusual names. It included dates, popularity charts and a variety of spellings. Perfect for saving into a list for upcoming character names. Read full review

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Contents

Inside the Popularity Charts
1
Whats Hot or Not Today And What Willand WontBe Tomorrow
27
Girls
58
Boys
216
Back Cover
383
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About the author (2010)

Parentingsource.com is a leading parenting and pregnancy website from Sourcebooks.com.

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