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10 Great Baby Boy Names Inspired By Children's Stories

1. Max

Where The Wild Things Are is a classic book, with a film adaptation to boot. Max goes on all sorts of wild adventures, but it's always great to return home.

2. Artemis

Artemis Fowl is something of an anti-hero (and criminal mastermind), but his adventures with his bodyguard Butler provide one hell of a ride. Written by Eoin Colfer.

3. Peter

Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter was a beautifully illustrated collection of stories about a little adventurer who let nothing stop him, not even Farmer McGregor!

4. Malcolm

La Belle Sauvage is part one of The Book Of Dust trilogy from Philip Pullman. In it, Malcolm manages to finds himself on an adventure to save baby Lyra from dark forces during a great flood, with nothing but his trusty rowing boat.

5. Julian

Was it just me or did we all at some point imagine we were one of the Famous Five in Enid Blyton’s stories? They had adventures we could only dream of and Julian was definitely one of the stronger characters in the books, an opinionated hero who you loved or hated.

6. Flint

Sky Song by Abi Elphinstone is a gorgeous adventure story, about Eska and Flint, who is a budding inventor, trying to the snowy kingdom of Erkenwald from a wicked Ice Queen. Flint is brave, smart, kind, and resourceful...just what you want!

7. Arthur

Arthur Timothy Reid by Marc Brown is both a book and TV programme and tells the story of a good-hearted boy (aardvark) who learns by making mistakes and trying to help people, basically he does what we all hope our children will do. Everything always turns out ok but he learns something along the way.

8. Edmund

Chronicles of Narnia books by CS Lewis are absolute classics among bookworms. Tales of bravery and discovery, enough to inspire any budding little hero!

9. Danny

Danny Champion of the World by Roald Dahl is a story of the strength of family ties and how even the hardest situation can inspire people to pull together to achieve a common goal.

10. Quentin

Quentin Blake, Illustrator for Roald Dahl, inspired me as a child to write so many stories. He made the stories come alive with his often off-the-wall depictions of the characters. A true talent and a cute name!

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