Beyond Jennifer and Jason

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St. Martin's Press, 1994 - Names, Personal - 334 pages
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The book that revolutionized baby-naming is updated, expanded, and better than ever. Beyond Jennifer & Jason helps parents tell the good names from the bad, the classic from the out-of-date, and the intriguingly unusual from the downright weird.

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About the author (1994)

Linda Rosenkrantz is the author of six other books in addition to the baby-naming series, ranging from "Gone Hollywood," a social history of the film colony, to a childhood memoir, "My Life as a List: 207 Things About My (Bronx) Childhood," A resident of Los Angeles, she also writes a syndicated weekly column on collectibles.
Pamela Redmond Satran is a contributing editor for "Parenting" magazine and a columnist for "Baby Talk" and "TV Guide," The former fashion features editor of "Glamour," her articles have appeared in publications ranging from "Self "to "Good Housekeeping" to the "Wall Street Journal," as well as online at and She lives outside New York City with her husband and three children.
As authorities on baby names, they have written a column for "Baby Talk" magazine, and have been quoted in "People," "The Wall Street Journal," and "The New York Times Magazine," They have also made appearances on nationally syndicated shows such as "Oprah," and the "CNN Morning News," Their baby-name books have sold more than 750,000 copies

Pamela Redmond Satran received a degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin. She eventually became the shoe and lingerie editor of Glamour magazine until she left in 1987. She is the author of five novels: The Man I Should Have Married, Babes in Captivity, Younger, Suburbanistas, and The Home for Wayward Supermodels. She is also the co-author of nine bestselling baby name guides with Linda Rosenkrantz, including Cool Names for Babies and The Baby Name Bible. She is the founder of the 800-member Montclair Editors and Writers (MEWS) group.

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