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Lady with a Lamp:

The Story of Florence Nightingale

By Cyril Davey

Lady with a Lamp

Lady with a Lamp:

The Story of Florence Nightingale

By Cyril Davey

A short, straightforward biography of Florence Nightingale, whose faith and drive transformed nursing and medical care during the Crimean War and made her a national heroine. For ages 9–13.

Series: Stories of Faith and Fame
Trade Information: LGEN
Available as: Paperback

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From the Stories of Faith and Fame series – stories of men and women who went all over the world with their Christian faith.

For over a hundred years, Florence Nightingale (1820–1910) has been more than a national heroine. Her drive and energy transformed the Scutari hospital, which led to the recognition of the nursing profession, and won her the title of the 'Lady with a Lamp'. Her famous story is one of faith as well as determination.

1. Florence Hears the Voice
2. The Hungry Forties
3. A Shock for the Family
4. No. 1, Harley Street
5. Call to the Crimea
6. Scutari
7. Lady With a Lamp
8. Florence Wins Her Fight
9. Florence Meets the Queen
10. The Nightingale Legend