Great baby names from literature

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"A" Is for Atticus: Baby Names from Great Books by Lorilee Craker

»RATING--4.5 stars.
Note: I read this for character name ideas.

Wow! This is the best name book I have read! I have many things I loved about this book.

1) The names were separated with genders.

»This is a problem I have run into most of the time in the huge 500 pg. name books.


2) It did not have 500 names that start with A, B, C, etc.

»It had the PERFECT amount a names for each letter of the alphabet.


3) I liked that there were some middle name ideas as well.

»Only a tiny small amount, but still helpful.


4) There were names in here that I have never heard of.

»Most name books include the same names that are in EVERY. SINGLE. NAME. BOOK. I get it, but seriously, I want some unique and fresh names...not a name 50 million people in the world are already named.


5) I found names in here that I loved, and will be using in my books.
»*fist pump*

In conclusion...
»If you are looking for a name book for character name ideas, read this book.

»If you are looking for a name to name your child, read this book.
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Published 10.12.2018

100 Classic Literary Baby Names For Girls And Boys

Literary names can confer meaning on a child as well as provide a worthy hero or heroine to look up to. Names from the best-loved children's books may be gaining the most in popularity. While many of these -- Alice in Wonderland and Charlotte of the Web , say -- carry references that go far beyond the literary, other names are closely identified with the characters who inspired their popularity. Unique literary names from children's books or of young characters gaining attention include Huck, Ramona, Scout, and Hermione. Historical novels also provide a rich source of popular literary names.

These literary baby names for girls are derived from characters in books from all genres and periods. Girl names from children's books are particular popular today, including Alice in Wonderland and Eloise at the Plaza. Literary girl names from classic books such as Scarlett and Scout are fashionable. Literary names for girls that have become television shows or movies such as Game of Thrones or Hunger Games have also found widespread use. In the literary baby names category, as always, feel free to think about your own personal favorites. To rate names on Nameberry, please register for an account or log in to an existing account.

Baby Names from Mythology and Fairy Tales

Choosing what to name your baby may be one of the hardest decisions ever. There are so many literary baby names to choose from, you could spend weeks browsing books to find the right one. Philip Pullman has a gift for names—many of these sound recognizably of our own world and yet unusual, which is perfect for a fantasy series. Lyra is a beautiful baby name. Other interesting options from this series: Iorek, Serafina, Lee, Will not as interesting, but a classic , Ruta and her surname, Skadi, which is the name of a Nordic goddess! Tumnus although you do you and Aslan also seems like a lot to live up to.

5 thoughts on “"A" Is for Atticus: Baby Names from Great Books by Lorilee Craker

  1. Picking the perfect name for a little boy who's soon to arrive is exciting, but it sure isn't easy.

  2. Can't think of a baby name? These literary baby names have you covered, with literary names inspired by classic children's books, famous.

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