by Nancy Stabile A story of five mechanically reproduced children and the doctor who helped give them life, The Forgotten Five traces their lives from conception to the tank where they are frozen, to birth, and onward, and recounts the scandal that introduces them to their blood relatives in their teens. So many couples turn to fertility doctors today that eggs, sperm, and some embryos will remain frozen. With stem-cell research, we question when the soul begins to exist. This is what makes Nancy Stabiles story relevant to our morally tumultuous times. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Nancy Stabile grew up in Warminster, Pennsylvania. She graduated from magna cum laude from West Chester University, earning a bachelor of science in education. Also a licensed practical nurse, she spent many years practicing home health care nursing. After rediscovering her love of writing, that is how she spends much of her time. (2005, paperback, 84 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.