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How did the author learn about in vitro fertilization? What special memories does she have about time she was in labor with Ferris? Why did she and her husband choose such an unusual name for their son? How many books will be in this series? And what advice does she have for authors?
Lisa's Writopia Writes a Review on I'm Very Ferris How much do you understand about in vitro fertilization? Today, I read all of the articles on Tess Kossow’s blog. All of them. From the frustration of not being able to become pregnant to the decision to make a huge...read more
Life is complicated. Life is beautiful. Life is expecting the unexpected. Life is living moment-to-moment. I have always been a believer in the benefits of yoga. The ability to find oneself alone with Mother Earth and focus on breathing, inner and exterior strength, and seeking physical and mental calmness while
Nothing makes me happier than shopping for new books, whether buying them for myself or for others. I especially enjoy shopping for children’s books and take great pleasure in finding the perfect story for a special kid. But in today’s not-quite-caught-up publishing world, this can get challenging.
A new children’s picture book is breaking ground on the topic of in vitro fertilization told through the eyes of a child Based on a true story, author Tess Kossow invites families into the world of IVF in a way in which children can relate to and understand.