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Badass Baby Names - Inspired by the Most Awesome Fearless and Cool Men and Women in History - cover

Badass Baby Names - Inspired by the Most Awesome Fearless and Cool Men and Women in History

Marvella Nomine

Publisher: Anima

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Growing a baby? Got to name it? No sweat. Take naming inspiration from the ultimate, most kick ass men and women in history. 
 
This baby name book is an A-Z of total badasses, explains what gives them serious swagger and the reasons why they are worthy of being your future son or daughter's moniker. From the world-changers and fearless adventurers, to the whip-smart inventors and scientists of the last five centuries, why not name your little bundle after humans to admire, celebrate and love? 
 
Take name ideas from those who kicked Fascist ass to the kings and queens taking bravery to another level, or from a doctor with so much badassitude he saved his own life blindly removing his appendix in the middle of the Antarctic. 
 
This is the book for every parent-to-be looking for inspirational name ideas for their future badass baby.

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