Monday, April 6, 2009

Nick's story : [how one family proved that miracles can happen]

Nick's story : [how one family proved that miracles can happen]
by Meg Corning
illustrations by Deborah J. McGee.
Language: English
Bloomington, IN : Authorhouse, 2008.
1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 22 cm.
ISBN: 1434372111; 9781434372116
Reading level: Ages 3-9
Summary: Tells the story of how a little boy was born to a surrogate mother. 
Review: This discussion-starter is narrated by four-year-old Nick who tells the story of how he “didn’t grow inside [his] mommy’s tummy,” but rather inside the tummy of his surrogate mother who happened to be his aunt. The story is unclear whether the aunt is a traditional surrogate or a gestational carrier for her sister and brother-in-law’s embryo. Nice illustrations.


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