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A Beautiful Work of A.R.T.: Books for Children about Alternative Conception

It is so important that we celebrate the wonderful way that ART (Artificial Reproductive Technology) babies were brought in to the world.  Studies have shown that making it a normal part of the “how you were born” story and not saving it like a secret for when they’re older is the healthiest approach.

Here is a collection of books that tell the story of conception the not-so-old-fashioned way.

Hope & Will Have a Baby: The Gift of Embryo Donation A Part Was Given and an Angel Was Born From Out of My Body Your Soul Did Grow
Hope Will Have a Baby: The Gift of Egg Donation
Also available in The Gift of Embryo Donation,
The Gift of Sperm Donation, and
The Gift of Surrogacy

by Irene Celcer
A Part Was Given and an Angel Was Born
by Rozanne Nathalie
*From Out of My Body Your Soul Did Grow
by Rozanne Nathalie
Special Delivery Our Beautiful Work of A.R.T
Special Delivery
by Rozanne Nathalie
Our Beautiful Work of A.R.T
by Rozanne Nathalie
A tiny itsy bitsy gift of life, an egg dono…
by Carmen Martinez Jover
I want to have a child, whatever it takes! The Baby Kangaroo Treasure Hunt, a gay parenting story
Recipes of How Babies are Made
by Carmen Martinez Jover
I want to have a child, whatever it takes!
by Carmen Martinez Jover
The Baby Kangaroo Treasure Hunt, a gay pare…
by Carmen Martinez Jover
Mommy, Was Your Tummy Big? Before You Were Born...Our Wish For A Baby (The Story of A Gestational Carrier)
Mommy, Was Your Tummy Big?
by Carolina Nadel
Also availabe in Daddy, Was Mommy’s Tummy Big?
 Before You Were Born…Our Wish For A Baby …
by Janice Grimes
Also available on the following topics:  IVF, Donor Insemination, IVF with Donor Sperm, Egg Donation, Frozen Embryo Transfer, Embryo Donation, Traditional Surrogate and Gestational Carrier.
There are also books for Female Partners using Donor Insemination, and Male Partners using a Surrogate Mother.

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  1. Hi, You left the nicest comment on my new felting blog i felt like it via an etsy team, so……I thought I would check out your site. I’m really impressed, this is great! I’m a grandma now but remember all the nursing issues, ppd(been there and don’t want to go back-it does go away, really) and the drama behind if I should circumcise my son or not-sorry to say not all the good info was around back then and I caved under pressure.

    Not sure where you live but if you live in the San Francisco bay area I would be glad to teach you, it is a romantic craft and a magical one at that! It is amazing to me what you can make with some loose fleece, soap & water and some adgitation! If you ever decide to get a good book on wet felting, one I recommend is Uniquely Felt by White, and try it, I’m here if you get stuck and want help or answers. New England Felting Supply or Outback Fibers are both good places to get wool in roving from. Start off using merino because it is the easiest to wet felt with and get it in roving form, not batts.

    Good luck to you with those adorable boys of yours!!!
    Terry Heintz

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