Authors of the best-selling Beyond Jennifer & Jason, "the arbiter of hip baby names."-- The Wall Street Journal
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While this book is a little outdated (my parents got it to name me, and I'm 18 now) it has tons of cool names and great commentary for all of them. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mara Koren
I THINK THIS IS A GREAT BOOK, I LOVE THE WAY YOU EXPAIN WHY WE SHOULD NOT NAME OUR YOUNG AS IF THEY WILL NEVER GROW-UP. WE NEED NAMES THAT WILL CARRY US WELL THRU OUR LIFE TIME.Published on August 19, 2007 by Margaret Munnerlyn
This book was a waste of money. The book never touches on Hindu or Middle Eastern names other than Jewish. It is very judgemental and seems to make fun of people. Read morePublished on January 8, 2002 by Joni H
The authors possess a modicum of knowledge relative to the meaning of some names, but their presumption that they are in some ways arbiters of what qualifies as an... Read morePublished on May 8, 2001 by Vance Rawlings
For all of the intelligence the authors seem to have, it is a shame that their book is so incredibly biased about names. Read morePublished on April 28, 2001
Organized alphabetically and by girls' and boys' names (pink and blue pages, respectfully), "The Last Word on First Names" is one of the better baby name compilations. Read morePublished on March 9, 2001
A must-have for the commited baby-maker! Don't embark on the perillous adventure of procreation without this!Published on November 29, 2000 by ioana1
i gess i try to make some fotstepps, dont kwow how to find a way to tell that i know now. gess i have to try more. Dont want to but, someone want's it. you can take this note away?Published on April 26, 1999