Revolutionary New Baby Name Book: Get Yours Now!

Revolutionary New Baby Name Book: Get Yours Now!

Today we’re publishing our biggest, best, and most original baby name book yet — The Nameberry Guide to the Very Best Baby Names — in a way that’s revolutionary in its own right.

You can pay what you want for this new, nearly-500 page book, which combines the selections from both our girls’ and boys’ name books to bring you the 1200+ greatest names on Nameberry.

That’s right: You buy the book for whatever price you want.

We’re inspired by the Pay What You Want model pioneered by Radiohead.   Original approaches are in our DNA, starting with our very first baby name book Beyond Jennifer & Jason, which revolutionized the way people thought about and chose baby names.  Organizing names into lists like Stylish Names and Unisex Names and Place Names for Babies?  Tracking what celebrities named their children and which names were inspired by books and movies?  Talking about th

e deeper modern meaning of names and how unusual or popular names might influence your children’s lives?  We started all that.

And now we’re publishing our new book in a way that’s equally evolutionary.  We want our Guide to the Very Best Baby Names to be accessible to everyone and so we’re leaving the price of the book up to you.  For a limited time.  On the Nameberry website only.

Go here to pay what you want and download the new ebook in formats readable via computer, Kindle, iPad, and other devices — your choice.  Just like the price.  And just like your baby’s name.

Name your price for The Nameberry Guide to the Very Best Baby Names.  Click here to buy and download now. And please tell all your friends about our new book and our promotion!

About the Author

Pamela Redmond

Pamela Redmond

Pamela Redmond is the cocreator and CEO of Nameberry and Baby Name DNA. The coauthor of ten groundbreaking books on names, Redmond is an internationally-recognized baby name expert, quoted and published widely in such media outlets as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Today Show, CNN, and the BBC. She has written about baby names for The Daily Beast, The Huffington Post, and People.

Redmond is also a New York Times bestselling novelist whose books include Younger, the basis for the hit television show, and its sequel, Older. She has three new books in the works.