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From her early years, Florence wanted none of this and dreamed of a life with purpose. Her most famous contribution came when she left London for the Crimean Peninsula where she served the wounded and dying in the Crimean War. In the midst of the most unsanitary conditions, she established strict care and sanitation protocols.

Her relentless work during this time destroyed her health, but still she carried on and established the Nightingale School of Nursing. After years of ill health, Florence Nightingale died at the age of ninety. Although she wanted little fuss, her funeral was attended by thousands of people who had been touched by her care, teaching, and dedication. Author Catherine Reef presents an honest portrayal of Nightingale with human flaws such as ambition, authoritarian management style, and single-mindedness which often meant Nightingale ignored the needs of family and friends.

There are detailed notes for each chapter of the book and an extensive bibliography. Recommended for middle and high school readers.

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Assassin's Heart. HarperCollins Publishers HarperTeen. Lea lives in a kingdom with families of assassins. At seventeen, she's in a forbidden relationship with a rival family's assassin, Val. This Romeo and Juliet setup immediately leads to tragedy, with Lea's family ending up dead, and Lea suspecting Val of betrayal. Lea sets out to seeks revenge on the family who killed her family. Unfortunately, despite the reader being told Lea is an excellent assassin, she makes blunder after blunder to a point of disbelief.

Readers who can look past the questionable characterizations and rushed world building might enjoy the adventures and the new romance Lea finds. Gilmore, Jennifer. We Were Never Here. Lizzie Stoller collapses and ends up in the hospital with no warning. She battles her newfound ulcerative colitis and tries to adjust to her gloomy existence in the hospital. When she begins to visit with Colin and his therapy dog, her world begins to open up once more.

However, Colin has secrets he is hiding. What could have been an intriguing romance is flattened by stiff, unlikeable characters with no chemistry. The novel ends on a bittersweet note, capturing the longing of a relationship, one which couldn't work out. Fans of romance novels might not be satisfied with this one.

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The therapy goes deeper than Sam's eating habits, and as she meets other artists and athletes with their own insecurities and fears, Sam delves deep into herself in order to heal. Sam's internal progress is realistic and affecting, and the diverse supporting characters all feel developed and realistic. Anyone who hasn't liked who they saw when they looked in the mirror will relate with Sam's struggle.

Keyser, Amber J. The V-Word is a necessary, frank, and diverse collection of true stories from women on losing their virginity. The stories, all fairly short, explore the awkwardness, excitement, uncertainty, and empowerment of sex, both straight and queer encounters. Following the stories is a section which answers questions about sex, the female body, masturbation, following one's values, and safety and consent.

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She takes up a grueling training process, where any mistake could mean death. Amidst all of this, she begins to fall for Prince Mati, the man she is training beside. Additionally, a resistance against the current political system is beginning to form — a resistance in which Raisa could play a key role.

The plot is slow-moving, with a good deal of the plot devoted to the romance, which may disappoint some fantasy fans.

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Joy's twin sister, Grace, has secrets of her own. This book is elevated from a typical whodunnit thriller by a complex relationship between the two sisters, strong supporting characters, and a satisfying twist ending. Pilkey, Dav. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing.

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