Cherry Ames, Camp Nurse: Book 12 by Helen Wells

By Helen Wells

Cherry Ames is again, simply as you have in mind her! The books are only as you bear in mind them, keeping a similar glance, believe, and feel of experience and patriotism as once they have been first released. With totally illustrated colour covers and a soft-finished hardcover layout like the originals, those books will delivery you again to the times in case you have been studying approximately this spunky younger nurse. sequence editor and registered nurse Harriet Forman was once encouraged via, and is still a faithful fan of, Cherry Ames: "...I was once going to persist with in her footsteps and turn into a nurse--nothing else may do." whereas operating as a camp nurse, Cherry follows a path that finally ends up in the genuine offender of a chain of robberies and exonerates a hard-working younger guy who were less than suspicion. Springer Publishing corporation is thrilled to be bringing Helen Wells's cherished heroine again into print for a brand new new release of more youthful readers (as good as a bunch of nostalgic older ones). The books can be found as superbly rendered facsimile hardcover variants and in boxed units of 4.

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A new nurse—well, that is fine,” said Mr. Purdy, shaking hands with her. “So you are new here. Really I am not such an old settler, either. ” 28 C HE RRY AM ES, CAM P N URSE All of them strolled down the road, in the direction of camp, to see his place. It was the nearest of all the neighbors’ houses to Blue Water. Cherry found it smaller and shabbier than she had expected, judging by Mr. Purdy’s rather high-flown manner. It was just a modest two-room cottage, backed by a ramshackle barn and some apple trees.

Then the remaining man nodded, and the young woman rose, turned off the radio, and came to the door. “Come in, miss. ” She and her husband wore blue denim work clothes. She gave Cherry a friendly, if strained smile. ” “Please don’t let me disturb you,” Cherry said. “I’m interrupting your lunch. ” “Not a bit of it,” said Fred Epler. He pulled up a chair for her. Vernie offered her a cup of coffee. “Afraid we don’t know your name,” the young farmer said. 22 C HE RRY AM ES, CAM P N URSE Cherry introduced herself.

I saw you and Reed together,” Bea whispered above the Midgets’ heads. ” “Why, we’re hardly acquainted, Bea. ” That was the second time this evening she had been cautioned about the moonlight. Cherry mused about that after the dance was over, and Blue Water was quiet once more. Well, Reed was very pleasant and the summer was just beginning. On the other hand, Reed was exceedingly busy heading up the boys’ camp. Beyond that, she refused to think about the possibility of a romance, moonlight or not.

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