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Cherry Ames, Cruise Nurse: Book 9 e-book

Author:

Helen Wells

Language:

English

Category:

Other

Subcategory:

Medicine & Health Sciences

ePub size:

1889 kb

Other formats:

lrf mbr lit lrf

Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Springer Publishing Company; 1 edition (June 25, 2007)

Pages:

232

ISBN:

0826104118

Cherry Ames, Cruise Nurse: Book 9 e-book

by Helen Wells


And Uncle Benedict was an awful lot like him. His eyes twinkled at me and he said, ‘You must be my niece, Jan. Never would have thought Rob and Nellie could produce such a beauty. Jan blushed liked him right off. Not so much.

And Uncle Benedict was an awful lot like him. Not so much for the compliment as for the way he said it. Completely outspoken and frank in a deep, hearty voice. My other uncles fl atter me in such a namby-pamby way I hate it. Well, anyway, Uncle Ben and I got on together from the very beginning.

Cherry Ames, Cruise Nurse book. Cherry Ames is back, just as you remember her! The books. Cherry Ames, Cruise Nurse.

Cherry Ames, Camp Nurse: Book 12. Helen Wells. The book follows young Cherry as she starts nursing school and gives the reader a look into what it takes to become a nurse

Cherry Ames, Camp Nurse: Book 12. Cherry Ames, Boarding School Nurse: Book 10. The book follows young Cherry as she starts nursing school and gives the reader a look into what it takes to become a nurse. I highly recommend it for pre-teens and teenagers who are thinking about going into that field of work.

Cherry Ames, Cruise Nurse - Helen Wells.

Bibliographic Details. Title: CHERRY AMES CRUISE NURSE. Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap, New York. Publication Date: 1948. Book Condition: VG (bpt)/VG (average wear). Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included. Tavistock Books is a member of the Antiquarian Bookseller's Association of America, the Independent On-Line Booksellers' Association, the Bibliographical Society of America, the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, the American Printing History Association, the Grolier Club, the Roxburghe Club, and the Book Club of California.

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I loved the Cherry Ames books as a kid I remember reading these a lot. Especially at the Guthrie Center library! . Especially at the Guthrie Center library! NURSES from Windy Hill Books - Browse recent arrivals. Thank You Mom for recommending me this book to me when I was about . ooked me on mysteries then came Nancy Drew. Booth & Williams Authentic Decorative Books - Collectible Childrens 1944 "Cherry Ames Army Nurse" by Helen Wells. Fiction Hardcover Ages Books for Children.

Now Dr. Joe turns over this mysterious set of circumstances over to Cherry, asking her to do all she can to help this family, while managing to be discrete

In order to become a flight nurse, Cherry Ames, already a professional nurse of skill, compassion, and courage, completes six weeks of intensive training that prepares her ñ and others ñ to fly in winged ambulances to every American battlefront on the globe ñ to places where wounded men need their help fast.

Her home base turns out to be in England, and when her childhood mentor, Dr. Joe Fortune learns of this, he entrusts Cherry with the story about an English family whose house had been bombed, killing the mother and leaving a small child to be cared for by her grandmother, Mrs. Eldridge. It was the behavior of the child's father, Mark Grainger, that disturbed Mrs. Eldridge sufficiently for her to have contacted Dr. Joe.

Now Dr. Joe turns over this mysterious set of circumstances over to Cherry, asking her to do all she can to help this family, while managing to be discrete.

There is no dearth of action, mystery, mission, love, and caring as the story wends its way to its exciting conclusion and Cherry finally returns home to Hilton, Illinois, looking forward to her next adventure--Cherry Ames Veterans Nurse!


Keth
Cherry Ames is a new discovery for me and I wish I had found her sooner. Kind, hard-working Cherry heads to nursing school in the midst of a World War. In a time where there were few jobs available to women, it was interesting to read about these young working and earning respect in a challenging field. It also deals with lessons of friendship and matters of the heart. If I had read this as a young girl, I may have chosen a career in nursing!
Gavikelv
Great to see this series reissued! What a walk down memory lane. I checked out from my local library every one of the Cherry Ames books growing up, and actually learned a lot from them. It was one of the many series that shaped who I am as an adult: Nancy Drew, Trixie Belden, Judy Bolton and Cherry Ames are names written on my heart. It's great that today's girls might enjoy these books and even perhaps be inspired to enter a career of nursing.
fightnight
I absolutely loved these books. When I downloaded this I expected only one book but I got four! And I found out that there are nearly 30 Cherry Ames books( which I cannot wait to read!) I would recommend these for children who are about ten or older but anyone could read it and enjoy it. There are nursing and military terms used but they are not difficult to understand and most of the time they are explained. There is suspense (Cherry tends to find herself thrown into a mystery), and humor, love and friendship. It is just a good clean book all around. A simple read that makes Cherry seem like an extension of the family.
Onoxyleili
It was a joy to revisit the world of Cherry Ames, after 65 years! The proofing is poor though. There is more to proofing a manuscript than spell check. On example is "a pan of gloves", really? The story held up amazingly well and makes me appreciate the advances in medicine since those days.
PC-rider
My mother bought a copy of Cherry Ames Student Nurse for me when I was a pre-teen. I suppose she was hoping it would inspire me to go into nursing. I had long lost that copy, but found another here on Amazon, which I just had to have for my personal library. The book brings back good memories and I'm sure inspired many to go into the nursing profession. The book follows young Cherry as she starts nursing school and gives the reader a look into what it takes to become a nurse. I highly recommend it for pre-teens and teenagers who are thinking about going into that field of work.
Mr_Mix
I read these books as a preteen and was delighted when they showed up on kindle. I put off buying them because of the price. When the price dropped yesterday I bought this book. To my surprise it also includes Senior Nurse, Army Nurse, and Chief Nurse. I stayed up late to finish it. Granted the writing isn't as good as many current authors, but it was very interesting to see how nursing has changed. I thought it worth rereading.
Feri
I was very young when I first read the book and it shaped my life. I was upset to find that they didnt jave the nursing schools like that anymore, but ive been working for almost 30 years in thet medical field as a CMA and a MA educator. I was so happy to find it again.
Having read all the Ames books as a girl, I was thrilled to read these again. Of course they all reflect the time and the society as it was. And there is lots of praise for dedication to the profession and to the war effort. Written for young girls, this was the beginning of a new age. Thank you for making these available.

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