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Books for Donor/IVF/Surrogacy
Reading "The Pea That Was Me" or "The Very Kind Koala" to your young child (3-5 years) is a great way to introduce them to the fact that they were very much wanted and that their parent(s) needed a little help to have them!
The Pea That Was Me& Me & Me!
(How All Kinds of Babies Are Made)
The NEWEST BOOK in The Pea series is a delightful Mr Roger's Neighborhood of all kinds of donor conceived kids: perfect for families whose kids have come into the world in different ways!
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The Pea That Was Me: An Egg Donation Story
The Pea That Was Me: A Sperm Donation Story
The Pea That Was Me: An Embryo Donation Story
The Pea That Was Me: A Single Mom's Sperm Donation Story
The Pea That Was Me: A Single Mom's Egg & Sperm Story
The Pea That Was Me: A Two Moms Sperm Donation Story
The Pea That Was Me: A Two Dads Egg donation and
The Pea That Was Me; An IVF Story
The Very Kind Koala: A Surrogacy Story for Children
The Pea That Was Me & Me & Me!
(How All Kinds of Babies are Made)
The Full 8 Volume Set of The Pea books plus The Very Kind Koala and The Pea That Was Me & Me & Me
" Very sweet books for young children that introduces the basic concepts that are so important for them to know."
Wendy Kramer, Founder
Donor Sibling Registry
Studies show that the earlier kids learn about their unique origins the better. For donor conceived kids who can't remember a time they didn't know there was a donor who helped them come into the world, the adjustment is easiest.
Reading books that tell the simple story that you wanted your child so very much but needed some extra help to have them makes kids feel wanted and treasured, and fortunate.
Said one young boy upon learning that about his family's egg donor helper "I want to be a help somebody have a family too."
In fact, its not unusual to find young adults who were donor conceived to have a strong desire to "give back" to others and volunteer as donors or surrogates themselves!