CHERYL DOWNING: SCHOOL NURSE: A Career-Romance For Young Moderns by Ruth MacLeod

CHERYL DOWNING: SCHOOL NURSE: A Career-Romance For Young Moderns

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here is enough medicinal melodrama to make any real school nurse swallow a tongue depressor sideways from shock. Cheryl naturally meets and snags her doctor between bouts of hard work and heavy dating. After nursing a spider bite, spotting a few t.b. cases, and courageously trying to rescue children from a fire, Cheryl, in the masterful medical arms, finds herself ""suspended on a sea of rapture"". Mad for men or medicine? The former. Strange career, this-- certainly not much valuable information for would-be nurses. Temperature reading -- dull normal.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1964
Publisher: Messner