DOCTORS AND NURSES: What Do They Do? by Carla Greene

DOCTORS AND NURSES: What Do They Do?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An accurate, cheerful text introduces the tools and routines of the doctor and the nurse in simple language. The illustrator's accompanying pictures are rather more childish than child-like here, but adequate to the task of visualizing the equipment and routines described. The necessary background and training for these professions is covered and a typical day for each is followed through in logical sequence for a good introductory explanation of what they do and how they do it. An I Can Read book.

Pub Date: June 5th, 1963
Publisher: Harper & Row