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eBook The 2015 Baby Names Almanac ePub

by Emily Larson

eBook The 2015 Baby Names Almanac ePub
Author: Emily Larson
Language: English
ISBN: 1492603805
ISBN13: 978-1492603801
Publisher: Sourcebooks (December 1, 2014)
Pages: 400
Category: Genealogy
Subcategory: Reference
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 384
Formats: mobi rtf docx txt
ePub file: 1965 kb
Fb2 file: 1264 kb

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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 2015 Baby Names Almanac is jam-packed with information and trends, plus thousands of names to browse. Here's a sneak peak at the ideas, forecasts, predictions, and suggestions you'll find:

•Why some names are more popular than you think (Madelyn, Tristan) •The cutting edge names on the rise (Daleyza, Jayceon) and the superhot names cooling fast (Bridget, Orlando) •The crossover pop culture names that will be moving to the cribs of tomorrow (Elsa, Tobias) •Just how many Sophias and Noahs are out there •A look at whether popular unisex names like Sidney or Justice are used more for boys or girls •The hottest names in your state The literary inspiration that's bumping up certain names, and the surname that is skyrocketing for girls

Featuring easy-to-ready charts, graphs, and maps, you'll discover how to make the latest trends your own and find a name you love.

It gives you kind of a history of a few names, old names that are coming back into style, doesn't give you "baby name overload" because it's all pretty narrowed down, etc

Not enough names

We are currently expecting our 2nd baby and are not finding out the sex so we need to find names for both a boy and a girl just in case. I bought this name almanac because it's crunch time and although it's nice to not have to read a million and one names in each alphabet category, I felt there wasn't enough.
This book is chock full of incredible diverse baby names, which may be what some people are looking for. I, however, am not looking for Arabic, Greek, Korean, Indian, Turkish, Hindi, Greek, etc. names for my baby-to-be. Many of the names in this book I can't even pronounce, and are not exactly what I'm looking for when choosing a name. Googling baby names on the internet is more helpful than this book.
This has a few text boxes with commentary for 2017 but there is no data updated from 2015. Furthermore the name meanings are flat wrong in many cases. So it is useless for 2017 updates and useless to reference for meanings. Try another baby name book... most any would be better. :-/
I was very disappointed with this book. First of all, despite its title it was last updated in early 2015, so it didn't even have any 2015 name charts. The list of boy names in the book is ridiculous. There also include about 40 to 50 German names. I am German and can assure that no more then 10 of these suggested names are actually first names. Of those ten, 50% have not been used since medievel times. A lot of names I would have expected were not in there. So if you are looking for an extremely rare name, this is your book. Otherwise, save your time and money.
We ended up buying a different baby name book. I thought this would have more of a variety of names in it, but it’s just the very obvious and even then, not even the ‘obvious’ names are in it. It just didn’t really help us.
This is a great read! Names can be almost impossible to come up with but this book helped us out a lot. It breaks down each name along with it's meaning and was a helpful tool in naming our first child.
7 years after our first we are expecting and realized our old name book was a little outdated so we purchased this one. I love that in the front of the book it gives you different categories of names and lists of top names. It has definitely helped us in our search for a baby name - even though it's still undecided!
The first 70 pages are filled with facts and history about names and celebrity names. Disappointed in the variety and number of the actual names provided. Kind of focused on trendy and current names, not a well-rounded selection. However, I liked that the origins and meanings are provided.
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