Beyond Ava & Aiden: The Enlightened Guide to Naming Your Baby

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Macmillan, Jun 23, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 279 pages
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The all-new, better-than-ever edition of "the classic baby-name guide." --The New York Times Magazine

Ever since they revolutionized the world of baby-naming with Beyond Jennifer & Jason--the first book to go beyond dictionary definitions to identify the image and style of particular names--Linda Rosenkrantz and Pamela Redmond Satran have brought their wit and insight to literally millions of parents. Now, America's baby-name experts pinpoint the very latest trends in this all-new, up-to-the-minute edition of "the best baby-naming book ever written" (The News Journal).

Fresh, fabulous, and irresistible, Beyond Ava & Aiden is packed with fascinating new tips and lists, including:

*Green Names (Bay, Willow, Aster)

*Hipster Names (Pearl, Ruby, Dexter)

*Names That Work (Archer, Baker, Carter)

*Vintage Chic (Daisy, Clementine, Felix)

*Metrodude Names (Jackson, Jax, Maddox)

*Baby Gods and Goddesses (Juno, Orion, Clio)

And many more inspired---and inspiring---choices.

 

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This isn't your typical baby name book. The book is broken up into actual text - where the authors discuss how to find your baby name 'style', what to think about when choosing a name, what to do when ... Read full review

Beyond Ava & Aiden: The Enlightened Guide to Naming Your Baby

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They're back! The gurus of baby-naming trends-see Beyond Jennifer and Jason, 1988, and Beyond Madison and Montana, 1999-return with an updated must-have edition. They include fun quotes on what ... Read full review

Contents

Body
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Index
225
Back Matter
281
Back Matter
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Back Matter
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Back Cover
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About the author (2009)

LINDA ROSENKRANTZ and PAMELA REDMOND SATRAN, who regularly appear as baby name experts in national media including People, The Wall Street Journal, US Weekly, USA Today, and The New York Times, have sold a million and a half copies of their baby name books. Linda lives in Los Angeles, California, and Pam outside New York City.

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