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I never thought becoming a parent would be hard. After over a year of trying to conceive, Dan and I were referred to a fertility specialist. After a surgery and many blood tests, it turned out that there were problems on both sides, and the odds of conceiving without medical assistance were less than1%.
A review written by Lora Lucente about the children’s book “I’m Very Ferris” (author Tess Kossow, illustrator Carla F. Castagno). This review is about infertility and IVF children’s book aimed to raise awareness and normalize IVF children and how to explain IVF to a child.
The book I’m Very Ferris – A Child’s Story about in vitro fertilisation initiates a discussion about IVF and makes it relatable through the eyes of a child. Ferris takes you to his little world and its adventures and how…
When author Tess Kossow found herself at loss for how she would explain the story of how babies are made to her young son, conceived via IVF, she decided that she is clearly not the only parent in this boat, and so she took matters into her own hands and wrote a book about it.
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 .