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“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 …
“I’m Very Ferris” is the real-life story about a boy named Ferris who explains his parents experience with infertility. Through this story, he describes how he became his parent’s miracle baby through in vitro fertilization. Tess shared with me that, “Ferris is my last embryo and the
Tess and I met not by chance or casualty but by destiny. I was working on my second book about Fertility and IVF (in Vitro Fertilization), and at the same time, my head, (as always), was developing unlimited ideas on creating more resources to our growing community of women and couples struggling to become parents and using medical help to get there.