SUE BARTON, NEIGHBORHOOD NURSE by Helen D. Boylston
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SUE BARTON, NEIGHBORHOOD NURSE

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One of the best of the popular Sue Barton books, though not because of its nursing aspects, for the title is misleading. For Sue is proud young mother of three lively children, all with personalities in their own rights, and with her handsome husband chief at a small New Hampshire hospital, she lives a normal happy life of wife and mother. She does a bit of nursing in her own home; she helps straighten out the teen age complexes of a young neighbor; she has the sort of life with which many girls will want to identify themselves. This type of book is needed, and Sue Barton is such a natural, likable, real person, that a Sue Barton, wife and mother story, is all to the good.

Pub Date: Nov. 14th, 1949
Publisher: Little, Brown-AMP