The Kangaroo Pouch: A Story About Surrogacy for Young Children
If you are looking for a story about surrogacy that helps explain surrogacy to children this one has great reviews.
The Kangaroo Pouch introduces young children, ages 2-to-8, to the concept of surrogacy. The story is narrated by a young kangaroo named Oliver whose mother has decided to help another family have a baby.
The Kangaroo Pouch gently guides the reader on the surrogacy journey and answers questions they may have such as, why would someone choose to be a surrogate? What will family life be like during pregnancy? And most importantly, what happens when the surro-baby is born and given back to their biological parents?
The Kangaroo Pouch is designed to act not only as a conversation starter, but also as a “how-to” manual for children to refer to throughout the surrogacy journey. The book has been reviewed by child specialists to ensure that it conveys age-appropriate messages. This book is available at amazon.com.
by Sarah Phillips Pellet (Author), Laurie A. Faust (Illustrator)