SUE BARTON, STAFF NURSE by Helen Dore Boylston

SUE BARTON, STAFF NURSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another vigorous episode in Sue Barton's heavily scheduled life. A crisis in her New Hampshire home comes when Sue's husband Dr. William Barry, chief of staff of a small country hospital, is laid up for several months with tuberculosis. Sue, recently a mother of yet a fifth child, decides to work as a floor nurse in the hospital while Bill recovers in a sanitarium Together, she and her nurse friend Kit, solve sometimes gory, sometimes mild ward and surgery issues. A pleasing mixture of New England countryside and good hard work and good clean fun in a book that will hearten aspirants to a solid, all-around personality like Sue's.

Pub Date: Aug. 4th, 1952
Publisher: Little, Brown