A Cup of Comfort for Nurses: Stories of Caring and Compassion by Colleen Sell
Doctors have long been considered the heroes of the medical profession. Yet it is the nurses who are there for us at birth, death, and every bump, bruise, or break in between. A Cup of Comfort for Nurses brings the tales of more than fifty of these underappreciated professionals to life, including:
Bonnie, who along with one of her fellow nurses, became known to her patients as "Comfort and Joy"
Julie, who became a nurse (along with four of her siblings) after caring for a physically and mentally delayed sister in her home under the guidance of her doting mother
Dot, who served her country during World War II by caring for injured soldiers home from the front
The moving tales of these dedicated nurses, along with the dozens of others in A Cup of Comfort for Nurses are sure to appeal to readers everywhere-and may even inspire some of them to take up the nurses mantle themselves.
Author Biography: Colleen Sell(Cottage Grove, OR) has edited, ghostwritten, or cowritten more than sixty books, including a dozen volumes in the Cup of Comfort series. She writes fiction and nonfiction.