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A Special Egg

A Special Egg
Daniel and Daisy see all of their dinosaur friends with their eggs and long for one of their own. Then something too good to be true happens! A short story to help families talk about the concept of egg donation in a friendly and fun manner. Written and illustrated by Sally Baldwin, a primary school teacher of 20+ years and with an egg donor daughter of her own, this story offers the opportunity for discussions to be had at a level the adult wants to. Deliberately, there is no scientific language, just the use of the terms donor and donate. The characters all have names beginning with D, so no names such as Mum, Mom, etc, as Sally wanted to allow the book to be used by as many cultures / countries as possible. The story is cleverly written in rhyme, and has delightful pictures to engage the reader.

Donor Conceived

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