Series: Cherry Ames Nurse Stories

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Cherry Ames nurse stories by Helen Wells
Cherry Ames, Student Nurse by Helen Wells1
Het geheim van de zilvermijn by Helen Wells
The Girl in the White Coat by Helen Wells
Ursula-sarja > Ursula, Ursulan suuri päivä, Ursula maailmalla, Ursula, ylihoitaja, Ursula lentää, Ursula palaa kotiin, Ursula yksityishoitaja, Ursula suurkaupungissa, Ursula merillä, Ursula lastensairaalassa, Ursula yöhoitaja, Ursula kouluhoitaja, Ursula tavaratalossa, Ursula leirillä, Ursulan uusi tehtävä, Ursula terveysissarena by Helen Wells
Cherry Ames, Senior Nurse by Helen Wells2
Cherry Ames, Army Nurse by Helen Wells3
Cherry Ames Boxed Set (Books 1-4) by Helen Wellsomni 1-4
Cherry Ames, Chief Nurse by Helen Wells4
Cherry Ames, Flight Nurse by Helen Wells5
Cherry Ames, Veterans' Nurse by Helen Wells6
Cherry Ames, Private Duty Nurse by Helen Wells7
Cherry Ames Boxed Set (Books 5-8) by Helen Wellsomni 5-8
Cherry Ames, Visiting Nurse by Helen Wells8
Cherry Ames, Cruise Nurse by Helen Wells9
Cherry Ames at Spencer by Julie Tatham10
Cherry Ames, Night Supervisor by Julie Tatham11
Cherry Ames Boxed Set (Books 9-12) by Helen Wellsomni 9-12
Cherry Ames, Mountaineer Nurse by Julie Tatham12
Cherry Ames, Clinic Nurse by Julie Tatham13
Cherry Ames, Dude Ranch Nurse by Julie Tatham14
Cherry Ames, Rest Home Nurse by Julie Tatham15
Cherry Ames Boxed Set (Books 13-16) by Helen Wellsomni 13-16
Cherry Ames, Country Doctor's Nurse by Julie Tatham16
Cherry Ames, Boarding School Nurse by Helen Wells17
Cherry Ames, Department Store Nurse by Helen Wells18
Cherry Ames, Camp Nurse by Helen Wells19
Cherry Ames at Hilton Hospital by Helen Wells20
Cherry Ames, Island Nurse by Helen Wells21
Cherry Ames, Rural Nurse by Helen Wells22
Cherry Ames, Staff Nurse by Helen Wells23
Cherry Ames, Companion Nurse by Helen Wells24
Cherry Ames, Jungle Nurse by Helen Wells25
The Mystery in the Doctor's Office by Helen Wells26
Ski Nurse Mystery by Helen Wells27
Cherry Ames' Book of First Aid and Home Nursing by Helen Wellscompanion

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  1. Vicki Barr, Flight Stewardess: Silver Wings for Vicki by Helen Wells (1947)
  2. Trixie Belden and the Mystery in Arizona by Julie Campbell (1955)
  3. Sue Barton, Student Nurse by Helen Dore Boylston (1936)
  4. Donna Parker at Cherrydale by Marcia Martin (1957)
  5. The Riddle in Red by Betsy Allen (1948)
  6. The Secret at Lone Tree Cottage by Carolyn Keene (1934)
  7. Senior Nurse by Josephine James (1960)
  8. The Mark on the Mirror by Margaret Sutton (1942)
  9. The Bobbsey Twins, or, Merry Days Indoors and Out by Laura Lee Hope (1904)
  10. The Happy Hollisters at Snowflake Camp by Jerry West (1953)
  11. The Six Fingered Glove Mystery by Frances K. Judd (1936)
  12. Linda Craig: The Haunted Valley by Ann Sheldon (1982)
  13. The Black Thumb Mystery by Bruce Campbell (1950)

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