Cherry Ames, Rural Nurse: Book 15 by Helen Wells

By Helen Wells

Cherry Ames is again, simply as you have in mind her! The books are only as you take note them, protecting an analogous glance, consider, and feel of experience and patriotism as once they have been first released. With totally illustrated colour covers and a soft-finished hardcover layout like the originals, those books will shipping you again to the times if you happen to have been analyzing approximately this spunky younger nurse. sequence editor and registered nurse Harriet Forman was once encouraged by way of, and is still a loyal fan of, Cherry Ames: "...I was once going to stick with in her footsteps and develop into a nurse--nothing else may do." As a public health and wellbeing nurse in Iowa, Cherry works with federal gurus to quash the manufacture and distribution of a bogus treatment and discovers the key of a decrepit, deserted farmhouse. Springer Publishing corporation is overjoyed to be bringing Helen Wells's liked heroine again into print for a brand new new release of more youthful readers (as good as a bunch of nostalgic older ones). The books can be found as fantastically rendered facsimile hardcover versions and in boxed units of 4.

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Cherry was horrified, and after introducing herself, stopped her. “For a person with a heart condition, reaching up is a strain. And you have a sore throat, too. Please lie down now, Mrs. ” Mrs. Swaybill cooperatively went over to the bed. She was a plump, rosy-faced, cheerful woman. Only her slow, weak movements showed that she had developed a chronic heart defect. “I’m always tired,” she told Cherry. “I’m always trying new tonics and remedies in the hopes that they’ll build me up. ” A L L K I N D S O F PAT I E N T S 49 Cherry sat down facing Mrs.

Dot Reed exclaimed as Cherry finished. “The baby seems to think so, too,” Cherry said. She reminded the new mother to keep a written record of her baby’s development, to show to her doctor and also to the nurse on subsequent visits. Then Cherry cleansed her nursing equipment, packed it away in the bag, and said goodbye to her two young 40 C H E RRY A M E S , R UR A L N UR S E patients. A good part of the morning had been spent here, but tiny Ella Reed was an important person and getting her off to a healthy start in life was too important a matter to be hurried.

She had not paid any special attention to it until now, and thought Jane was going to be discouraged when she saw it. The farm was small, scrubby, gone to seed. Its farthest acres faced on the Missouri River, with Missouri on the opposite shore. The land could be cleared, but the rickety farmhouse was in bad condition. Its second story had been charred by fire and the upstairs windows were broken. However, Cherry thought the stone foundation appeared to be sound, and the downstairs rooms might not have been touched by fire.

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