Books are a key part of early years learning. It’s no different whether a child is born to a traditional nuclear family, adopted, or conceived through donors or surrogates.
The trouble is, there’s much less educational literature for the latter groups. It can be hard to find resources when you’re ready to start talking to little ones about how they came to be.
Here’s a curated list of early years literature with a special focus on egg donors, sperm donors, and surrogacy, so you can find the style of storytelling that best resonates with you and your children.
Childrens’ books about egg donor conception
Childrens’ books about surrogacy
We hope this review has provided you with a good starting point for your educational reading journey with your little ones.
At Sensitive Matters, our aim is to provide the tools for parents to be able to talk openly and honestly about how their child came to be. If you would like to explore Magic of You further, we offer a design service to help create the perfect book for you to cherish for years to come.
Alternatively, if you would like help someone create their child’s own Magic of You story, you can view our gift cards here.