How Babies and Families are Made: (there is More Than One Way)

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Tabor Sarah Books, 1988 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 52 pages
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Surveys the different ways in which children are conceived, develop, are born, and become parts of families, examining special situations such as artificial insemination, cesarean births, and families with adopted children or stepchildren.

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