Book List in Order:8 titles

  • At twenty-three, Sue Barton was a high-spirited and courageous young nurse with a temper that matched her red hair. She had graduated from a great metropolitan hospital, served with distinction in the Henry Street Settlement in New York, and incident...


  • The vivacious redhead and her friend Kit find positions with Visiting Nurse Service in New York City’s famed Henry Street Settlement House, where they must work with newborn babies, obstinate old people, immigrants without a word of English, blacks...


  • Here is a refreshing and authentic story of a nurse’s life. In it redheaded, vivacious Sue Barton finishes her training and goes on to the many experiences, both humorous and exciting, that a pretty young nurse can meet in a great modern hospital. ...


  • Ever since Sue Barton could remember she had wanted to be a trained nurse. And now, she was about to begin her first year at a famous city hospital, where great medical traditions had been passed down through the generations. Sue's head was filled w...


  • Ever since Sue Barton could remember she had wanted to be a trained nurse. And now, she was about to begin her first year at a famous city hospital, where great medical traditions had been passed down through the generations. Sue's head was filled...


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    Redheaded Sue Barton left her position as Superintendent of Nurses at the Springdale, New Hampshire, Hospital, in order to raise a family. Now she and Dr. Bill have three children: six-year-old Tabitha and the four-year-old twins, Johnny and Jerry. S...


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    That Friday seemed like every other July day and not at all like an end to anything. Great puffs of white cloud drifted innocently across the hazy summit of Mt. Washington, the afternoon was drowsy with the song of insects and the smell of pines. A b...


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    Autumn comes early in New Hampshire. September had scarcely begun, yet already the northern flanks of the White Mountains were touched with crimson, and the worn summits stood out sharply in frosty air. In the valleys, however, the summer still clung...