Sophia's broken crayons: a story of surrogacy from a young child's perspective
by Crystal Falk
36 p. : col. ill. ; cm.
ISBN: 1517131286 ; 9781517131289
Summary: Sophia's Broken Crayons (Intended Fathers Version) is a book for young children, recommended for children ages 2 to 6 years old which tells a story of surrogacy from a young child's perspective in a practical way that children can understand and grasp. A little girl by the name of Sophia is heartbroken after she discovers all of her crayons are broken. Sophia's friend's share their crayons with her as she experiences seeing her parents choose to give the gift of surrogacy to their friends who are a same sex couple. Sophia's Broken Crayons is a very easy and understanding way to help explain surrogacy to a young child which include questions such as why would someone choose a surrogate to help grow their family? Why would someone choose to become a surrogate? Follow the story of Sophia as she learns about sharing and helping out friends in need as well as why families choose surrogates to help grow their families and why surrogates choose to help other families that way. Discover and enjoy the story of Sophia and her broken crayons!