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Wed, Nov 18

Meet Archie Nolan

They number 49,000 in the UK, but have yet to see their existence reflected in a book, TV show or film. But now the profile of donor-conceived children is about to increase with the publication of the first book in which the main characters are boys and girls wrestling with the complexities of being born through unconventional means.

Described by its author as “like Diary of a Wimpy Kid meets Tracy Beaker”, Archie Nolan: Family Detective, by Beverley Ward, aims to tackle the subject of the growing number of children born through donated sperm and eggs.

Read the full story at The Guardian.