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The journey to motherhood isn’t always easy, and it comes in many different forms. Now, author Tess Kossow is trying to teach kids born through in vitro fertilization (IVF) that they’re “completely normal” through her children’s book I’m Very Ferris: A Child’s Story About In Vitro Fertilization.
Tess Kossow ‘s journey to motherhood was more difficult than most. After a miscarriage, she conceived her son, Ferris, through in vitro fertilization by using her last viable embryo. Now the author is celebrating his birth with the publication of her first children’s book, I’m Very Ferris: A Child’s Story About In Vitro Fertilization .
“Where do babies come from?” is a question that can have a very complicated answer.
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I’m very Ferris : a child’s story about in vitro fertilization by Tess Kossow illus. by Carla F. Castagno Language: English [Place of publication not identified] : Outskirts Press, . 32 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm. ISBN: 9781977204660; 197720466X Summary: “Meet Ferris, a baby boy who has an amazing, real-life story about his entrance into the world.
My parent’s were able to have my sister and I. My husband, Daniel, has parents that went through infertility, and with the help of medication, were able to conceive him and his sister. And sure, you learn things in sex ed class, but no one teaches you just what real life can bring when you …