Miracle of Me: From Conception to Birth
Written by Amy
Discover life in the womb from the baby's perspective!
The news of a baby on the way can bring a range of emotions! For some
immense joy and happiness, and for others mixed emotions. Because not
all expectant parents are inclined to pick up technical manuals and
brochures about fetal development, the author uses simple language and
poetry to help foster an early bond between mother and child. While the
book is written in a way that is both entertaining and educational, the
real brilliance of this work is that it is relevant to a variety of
audiences it's simple enough for children, and informative for expectant
parents as well.
Written from the unborn baby's point of view, The Miracle of Me
underscores the reality that life begins at the moment of conception and
gives the child a voice. It features a week-by-week account of how the
baby grows and develops using rulers and scales as well as real inutero
photography, including famous photos from Lennart Nilsson's collection
to visually mark the baby's progress making it easy for the expectant
parents to connect with their baby. And because the contents of the book
are medically sound, it has been endorsed by many in the medical field,
including Dr. Gerry Sotomayor, OBGYN and Founder of Babies for Life
The Miracle of Me is an entertaining yet educational resource that
captures the wonder of human life in the womb.
Amy B. Pedersen Biography
Amy B. Pedersen received a Bachelor's degree in journalism from The
University of Georgia and a Master's degree in Marketing from Georgia
State University. She has worked at several advertising and promotional
agencies in Atlanta. She is an active member and volunteer of St. Ann's
Catholic Church in Marietta, Georgia. She has been married to Jonathan
Pedersen for thirteen years and they are the proud parents of their own
two young miracles.