Surrogacy Story

Child Surrogacy Story

Story for Children and Siblings About Surrogacy, and IVF, In Vitro Fertilization

When telling children about IFV, you may also be interested in:
IVF Story
Adoption Story

While there are many good books about adoption and adoption is widely accepted in today's society, there are only a select few good books on reproductive assistance. We hope through an In Vitro Fertilization story, IVF will someday be as accepted as widely as adoption. Hopefully children will feel they belong and are not the "different" child at school or in other environments. We hope these books will be read by children in all types of families to show that everyone belongs in their family.


The Kangaroo Pouch The Kangaroo Pouch: A Story About Gestational Surrogacy For Young Children The Kangaroo Pouch: A Story About Gestational Surrogacy For Young Children

Child Surrogacy Story:
The Kangaroo Pouch: A Story About Gestational Surrogacy For Young Children by Sarah Phillips Pellet
24 pages, Softcover

Narrated by a young kangaroo character, whose mother has decided to help another family in their efforts to have a child, this child surrogacy story gently guides the reader through the surrogate's decision-making process, the pregnancy, and the resulting baby that is then given back to the biological parents.

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Hope and Will Have a Baby

Order Hope and Will Have a Baby

Child Surrogacy Story Book:
Hope and Will Have a Baby: The Gift of Surrogacy Story by Irene Celcer
20 pages, Softcover

Child Surrogacy Story Book Description
This surrogate story follows an inquisitive little boy who learns of his parents' quest to have children, and the success they ultimately achieve in creating a family. This surrogate story brings to light the many reproductive options of family building. Click for more information about this child Surrogacy Book.


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Order A Baby for Frederick

Child Surrogacy Story:
A Baby For Mabel and Frederick by Karen Poston, 20 pages, Softcover

This surrogacy story addresses the feelings of the children of the surrogate mom. The story can help when telling children of the surrogate mom. The children of the surrogate mom will understand why their mommy is pregnant, but the baby will not be their sibling.

Steven's mom is a surrogate - she's carrying a baby for a couple who can't have their own children. Steven is very excited and proud that he and his mom are helping to make a new family. Helps children understand in simple terms what goes on during a gestational surrogacy.

More details on this book Telling Children about surrogacy.
 


You may be interested in:
Creating A Family How babies are made.
Adoption Story
IVF Story
Egg Donor Story
 

 

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