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Trained nurse and midwife Jenny works with the poorest of the poor in London’s East End. This story outlines some of her adventures and her memorable patients. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Mary E. Young
Not only does this wonderful memoir give compassionate details of midwifery and birth in 50's London, but historical information of those times. Read morePublished 16 days ago by pat meier
I started watching the series at a friend but as usual, I tried to read the book before I finished the series. It was totally worth the time. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Sksk
Excellent read. Closely followed by the TV show which is one of the very best ever. How amazing that these nurses and nuns don't care who or what you are.. they are there to help.Published 26 days ago by Gerald Steele
A wonderful story teller describing a lost world. Particularly great for those with memories and connections to post WWII England, and anyone interested in women's lives.Published 27 days ago by FayeonBooks
Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth is a Kindle ebook I began reading out of the sheer fact that I was out of physical advance reader copies of books to read while I was on vacation... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kristine Fisher
It was hard to believe that people were living in such conditions during the 50's. That mother's could be separated from their children and have the government would claim it was... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary Jane