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By Linda Rosenkrantz Pamela Redmond Satran Linda Rosenkrantz | Comments: ( 750 ) | Date: ( Jan 29, 2020 )

Beyond Jennifer


  • Title: Beyond Jennifer & Jason, Madison & Montana: What to Name Your Baby Now
  • Author: Linda Rosenkrantz Pamela Redmond Satran Linda Rosenkrantz
  • ISBN: 9780312940959
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

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

  • Krystal

    As far as baby names books go, this one is by far the best one I've read. Mostly because it actually gives you something to read besides just an alphebetical list of baby names and what they mean. These authors take a look at current naming styles, tell you what trends have been going on, tell you which names are starting to become over used, etc. The pull name ideas from lots of different places, and give you other places to look to find even more names. The give you lots of different ways to f [...]


  • Heather

    I’ve never had to name a child yet I’m fascinated by the origin, meaning, and history of names. I found the original ‘Beyond Jennifer and Jason’ at a used book store a few years ago and enjoyed it immensely. I love this newer version too. Did you know that Alice and Evelyn were originally boys names? Did you know that Betta is one of the nicknames for Elizabeth? Did you know that a boy born midvoyage on the Mayflower was named Oceanus? This book is full of fun name facts. Names are also [...]


  • Seth Jenson

    Didn't read every single word of this book but I turned over every page and came up with a pretty good list of names. Meg and I have a lot of eliminating to do but at least we have a start now. My sister-in-law also let us borrow her copy of Cool Names For Babies, and so maybe we'll come up with a few more "cool" possibilities with that book. Then we need to give the old family tree a good shake. We want to find a name that's just right for our soon-to-be-born son. We don't want to end up someth [...]


  • Julie

    I first read this in my teens, in its inaugural edition, when it was known simply as Beyond Jennifer and Jason. (Actually, I first read an excerpt from it in Glamour magaszine when it was a "forthcoming book", and bought it as soon as it was first printed.) It was then, and in its current edition still is the definitive name book, as far as I'm concerned. The authors not only provide entertaining reading, but give prospective parents food for thought as they consider names for their child-to-be. [...]


  • Cabryn Taylor

    This is the only baby name book I own. Most of them I check out from the library. I got this one while pregnant with my first and while the categories are nice, I ended up in the Index looking at all the names at once. I got sick of reading through each page of how popular this name was or how many celebrities named their child this one. It does have a variety of names that alot of other books are now starting to include. Pregnant with my second, this is the first book I flipped through.


  • whichwaydidshego?

    Okay, I've never had a kid or been close to it, but I've always been interested in names. This was pretty fun and quite fascinating at times. It gave namers things to think about when pairing names or to consider when selecting a cultural name. I liked it enough to keep it around if nothing else I can use it to choose names for characters in my books!


  • Rachel C

    Same author as Beyond Charles and Diana: An Anglophile's Guide to Baby Naming, so it is the same type format. More extensive and obviously has more U.S. based names, including the typical celebrity name lists.


  • Kara

    Rather than being set up simply alphabetically the book has sections on 'Place Names', 'Word Names', 'Reality TV Names', and close to 100 other sections. There is interesting information between each section, like boy names that have become girl names. The only down side of dividing the book in this way is that there were instances where names were repeated multiple times, in multiple sections.


  • Laura

    One of the most extensive books I read on baby names - it has almost too many lists to get through. I'd read a little very night. So, while it was the longest, most tedious baby name book - it also had the widest variety of baby name books I've read so far.


  • Audrey

    Seriously, the best baby name book ever. Pure entertainment. The authors have broken down names into innovative categories and added tons of insightful commentary. My husband and I both loved this book.


  • Melanie

    I read an older version, but I'm sure it doesn't change much. Alan and I have only agreed twice on names, and since can't come up with anything we both really like. So I like reading through baby name books to come up with something we might agree on.


  • Reading For Sanity

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  • Emily

    This is the classic baby naming book originally I bought it when I was writing a lot of short stories, but turns out I really like the origin of names. I've read it a couple of times!


  • Brittany

    Great, as far as baby-naming books go. It was more of a discussion of names and naming trends than just a list of names and their meanings. I read it through it like a regular book.


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