Florence Nightingale: God's Servant at the Battlefield

Florence Nightingale God s Servant at the Battlefield A biography of the well to do woman who defied social convention in order to establish nursing as a respectable career for women and bring about reforms in hospital conditions and nursing care Known a

  • Title: Florence Nightingale: God's Servant at the Battlefield
  • Author: David R. Collins Edward Ostendorf
  • ISBN: 9780880621267
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • A biography of the well to do woman who defied social convention in order to establish nursing as a respectable career for women and bring about reforms in hospital conditions and nursing care.Known as the lady with the lamp, she worked at nursing the wounded and comforting the ill.

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    2 thoughts on “Florence Nightingale: God's Servant at the Battlefield

    1. David R Collins is a published author and a narrator of children s books and young adult books Some of the published credits of David R Collins include George Washington Carver Man s Slave Becomes God s Scientist, Cesar Chavez Just the Facts Biographies , J R R Tolkien Just the Facts Biographies , and The Time Travelling Cat the Tudor Treasure.

    2. This is an excellent kids' biography. This was one of the books that made Florence one of my "people to emulate" when I was a girl. Very good!

    3. What a great story of Florence Nightingale to read to children. She went against all of the stereotypes of her day, changed the quality of nursing, and gave so much of her time and energy to help others.

    4. This was one of the first books I ever owned. Florence Nightingale is one of my greatest heroes and I can no longer count the number of times I have read this book. It manages to capture all of Flo's most important moments and the many of the monumental struggles that she faced in 75 short pages. I highly recommend this book to all.

    5. This was an interesting read, written for a younger audience. It is a bit fictionalized to make the story flow, but would be great for any younger readers who want a basic story of her life. Definitely not as in-depth or detailed as it could be, but suits its intended audience

    6. Wow! To have a background and then serve God in a way in which no other woman in her position would choose and to change the field of nursing in England to such an honorable one is unbelievable! With God, all things are possible.

    7. I am not sure what book it was about her, as it was in a Readers Digest Condensed book, but it was well worht the read. What she endured because she was a "women", a nurse and not a doctor!

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