Cherry Ames, Rural Nurse: Book 15 by Helen Wells

By Helen Wells

Cherry Ames is again, simply as you bear in mind her! The books are only as you be mindful them, preserving an identical glance, consider, and experience of experience and patriotism as once they have been first released. With absolutely illustrated colour covers and a soft-finished hardcover layout like the originals, those books will delivery you again to the times if you have been analyzing approximately this spunky younger nurse. sequence editor and registered nurse Harriet Forman was once encouraged through, and continues to be a faithful fan of, Cherry Ames: "...I used to be going to keep on with in her footsteps and turn into a nurse--nothing else might do." As a public future health nurse in Iowa, Cherry works with federal professionals to quash the manufacture and distribution of a bogus therapy and discovers the key of a decrepit, deserted farmhouse. Springer Publishing corporation is overjoyed to be bringing Helen Wells's loved heroine again into print for a brand new iteration of more youthful readers (as good as a bunch of nostalgic older ones). The books can be found as superbly rendered facsimile hardcover versions and in boxed units of 4.

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Then, with Cherry assisting, Dr, Miller put a plaster cast on the ankle, to hold the bones firmly in place. Finally he took another X-ray to check that everything was in good order. “All finished. You’re a good patient,” he said to Jane Fraser. “Not a murmur out of you. ” Cherry said. 26 C H E RRY A M E S , R UR A L N UR S E Jane Fraser smiled weakly. ” “You are,” Dr. Hal said. “That ankle will take time to heal, but you’ll be able to get around within a few days. This is the lightest weight cast, and we’ll lend you a pair of crutches.

He won’t tell me exactly about his hours, or his pay,” his mother said. ’ Ah, well. ” “Maybe he’ll tell you of his own accord, in his own good time,” Cherry said. ” “Maybe Floyd’s improving,” Jane said from the doorway. She stood there leaning on her crutches, sleepy and smiling. ” the parrot squawked in answer. “None of your business! ” They all laughed and Mrs. Barker removed the cover from the cage. Mike kept up garbled comments while Cherry checked Jane’s cast and her general health. “You and the ankle are coming along nicely,” Cherry said.

Sally Bufford, told Cherry in the driveway: “I tell you, Grandpa is a handful! He won’t let me or my girls nurse him—insists the menfolk of the family do it. ” “Maybe we can find other ways to humor him,” Cherry said. Dr. Boudineau, who was the Buffords’ family doctor, had instructed Cherry on the telephone this morning to see what she could do for the old man’s morale. Mrs. Bufford led her into the house to see the stubborn old man who refused to stay in bed. Cherry got no response from Grandpa until she found he considered himself an expert at raising chickens.

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