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Sue Barton, Superintendent of Nurses

Read & Download Sue Barton, Superintendent of Nurses

Ent; with Dr Bill so busy being a good doctor that Sue feared for a while he might not prove such a good husband; and above all with the mysterious disappearance of the hospital sheets Sue Barton is at her best with all the excitement and fun that this nurse seems destined to find in her nursing profession The authentic setting of rural hospital life is the perfect backdrop for another great Sue Barton sto Another cute book exploring the trials of the head of a nursing school The writing was just as descriptive and well done as the others I did feel the problems with Bill were a little funny and easily solved It felt as if the book was filling time months kept passing

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New softcover edition Unabridged original text original cover art Sue Barton Superintendent of Nurses With her student days behind her and her career well underway Sue and Bill now married together try to run a little hospital in the New England hills that was presented to the community by the town's wealthiest citizen Elias Todd Sue is Superintendent of Nurses and her old friend Kit is helping her along w It's been a year since I completed my Sue Barton reread and it seems a pity that I didn't get around to recording my impressions of the later books so this is a retroactive review from fast fading memoryThe fifth book in the series picks up about a year after the last one and finds Bill and Sue as newlyweds jointly in charge Sue on the nursing side of a brand new hospital which had its genesis at the end of the book 4 Hospitals sure got built fast in those days I had read this installment only once before and I remember around age 12 or whenever it was feeling annoyed at the improbability of Sue managing to round up virtually all of her notable nursing school classmates to work at a tiny new hospital in rural New Hampshire I still feel this is a silly touch and really unnecessary on Boylston's part as these characters play no pivotal role in the story I enjoyed the hospital parts of the story very much Sue's dissatisfaction with an administrative role is believable It's fun to see how the first ever nursing class because of course this tiny hospital has a full fledged nursing school attached shapes up The presence of Kit Sue's stalwart best friend and companion in nursing was a nice constant from the earlier books and gives the book with its sometimes uncomfortable plot a sense of warmth of coziness that it might otherwise lack The denouement of Mariana's story was surprising but felt emotionally honestI loathed the part of the book about Bill and Sue's marriage Their misunderstanding which lasts the course of the whole book is so petty and contrived My earlier sense that Bill is not a real character but only exists as a convenient source of some sort of romantic conflict that Sue must overcome in book after book was confirmed ten fold Fortunately as I've written before the series is somehow something better than the sum of its parts

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Ith many of her fellow students from her years of training After all the exciting nursing adventures these two girls have shared together one might think they would find their new work rather tame It is anything but tame for Sue however with that irrepressible street urchin Marianna as a student nurse; with Jean Ditmarr sophisticated New Yorker thinking she could put something over on the young Superintend The foreshadowing in this series is getting out of hand A little is fine but I don't need a paragraph at the start of each chapter telling me what's going to happen in the chapterThis was a very difficult book to read I still enjoy the stuff happening at the hospital but it had the sad sub plot of how a married couple can fall apart not through harsh words and mean actions but simply because of misunderstandings that aren't handled in time but allowed to grow large Oklahomeland urchin Marianna as a student nurse; with Jean Ditmarr sophisticated New Yorker thinking she could put something over on the young Superintend The foreshadowing in this series is getting out of hand A little is fine but I don't need a paragraph at the start of each chapter telling me what's going to happen in the chapterThis was a very difficult book to read I still enjoy the stuff happening at the hospital but it had the sad sub plot of how a married couple can fall apart not through harsh words and mean actions but simply because of misunderstandings that aren't handled in time but allowed to grow large

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