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|Manchester, Main Library - New Materials||929.4 MANNARINO||Check Shelf|
|Mansfield, Main Library - Adult New Nonfiction||929.4 MANNARINO||DUE 03-07-20|
|Newington, Lucy Robbins Welles Library - New Materials||929.44 MANNARINO||Check Shelf|
|Plainville Public Library - Children's Department||J-P BABY MAN||Check Shelf|
First Tiller Press trade paperback edition.
xi, 176 pages ; 22 cm
What's in a name? A lot. For generations, they've indicated a lot about a person: their family history, personality traits, and qualities--and let's not forget about nicknames, both good and bad. But while a name may have special significance to the parents who choose it, when you stop and think about it, there's little else it can reveal about a baby, or the adult that child grows into. Try to accurately imagine what a kid named Frankie looks like...he could be a preschool boy who loves to paint or a teenage girl who is the star of her track team. Same goes for Casey, Jamie, or Taylor. Just as we no longer automatically choose "girl" (pink) or "boy" (blue) colors, today's parents want their child to have a unique name that defies stereotypes. This one-of-a-kind book compiles the best gender-neutral baby names for your child, along with fun "Top 5 Lists that Make Unique Baby Names" sprinkled throughout (including foods, mythological places, surnames, and more). Use as a guide or read it cover to cover--or dip into specific chapters if you've already got a first letter in mind. Have fun, be creative, and know that whatever name you choose, your baby will be a unique and amazing person who defines themselves.
Online version: Mannarino, Melanie, author. Best gender-neutral baby name book New York, NY : Tiller Press, an imprint of Simon & Schuster,  9781982130596 (DLC) 2019019989
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