Bettina's Secret

Britt G. Hallqvist Marjorie-Ann Watts

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Bettina's Secret

Bettina s Secret Who is the strange nurse who appears in the night at Bettina s bedside Is she real For Bettina life in the hospital is very sad and lonely Then late at night when the others are asleep mysterious N

  • Title: Bettina's Secret
  • Author: Britt G. Hallqvist Marjorie-Ann Watts
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  • Page: 127
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  • Who is the strange nurse who appears in the night at Bettina s bedside Is she real For Bettina, life in the hospital is very sad and lonely Then late at night, when the others are asleep, mysterious Nurse Julia comes to talk to her But why is she so secretive And who is she Translated from the Swedish.

    Bettina s Secret by Britt G Hallqvist Bettina also has a secret a strange, comforting nurse who visits her sometimes at night, giving her paper dolls and toffee She finds out that this nurse is also visiting a few other patients, and then Bettina becomes interested in them as well It s a secret they all have in common. Bettina s Secret Britt G Hallqvist Books Bettina s Secret Britt G Hallqvist on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Who is the strange nurse who appears in the night at Bettina s bedside Is she real For Bettina, life in the hospital is very sad and lonely Then late at night bettina s secret Books The FBI s secret counterintelligence program against the New Left Antiwar Movement Jan , by Bettina Nolde Paperback . Prime FREE Shipping on eligible orders More Buying Choices . used new offers Kindle Edition . Get it TODAY, Jan The Dark Heritage Dec , . BETTINA S SECRET by Britt G Hallqvist Kirkus Reviews Everybody needs a secret, Nurse Julia tells Bettina on one of her midnight visits. Bettina s Secret A book Old Children s Books Bettina s Secret Bettina is lonely in the hospital, with a broken leg Then Nurse Julia begins to come at night, bringing homemade toffee and paperdolls Bettina meets other patients who love Nurse Julia, too But why doesn t the staff know her An unusual story Bettina s secret Book, WorldCat Translation of Bettinas hemlighet Description pages illustrations cm Other Titles Bettinas hemlighet Responsibility by Britt G Hallqvist Translated from the Swedish by Anne Parker Illustrated by Marjorie Ann Watts. Bettina s secret edition Open Library Bettina s secret by Britt G Hallqvist, , Book Services edition, in English Editions of Bettina s Secret by Britt G Hallqvist Editions for Bettina s Secret published in , Paperback published in , Paperback published in , Hardcover published in Vtg Children s PB Book BETTINA S SECRET TX Vtg Children s PB Book BETTINA S SECRET TX Sign in to check out Check out as guest Adding to your cart The item you ve selected was not added to your cart Add to cart Add to watch list Unwatch Delivery in days day returns Ships from United States. Bettinas Secret Spots visit interlaken Bettinas Secret Spots I grew up in Interlaken and already as a kid I felt like living in paradise I love exploring our area and go hiking with our dog Kim and I am still amazed by how diverse it is here.

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    1. Beth Britnell on said:

      I read this as a child, and I don't remember much of it, but the title has stayed with me.

    2. Susan on said:

      An old-fashioned children's book that was a favorite of a friend of mine. Bettina is in hospital recovering from a compound fracture. Her boredom is relieved by a secret night visitor, her "devoted J" who leaves paper dolls and introduces Bettina to the stories of other people in other hospital wards. Bettina is moved to write a letter to another patient more than once, and finally to meet the "devoted J." It was a slower world when this was published in the mid-1960s--that is, as one character [...]

    3. Brianna Clark on said:

      This is a charming, wonderful book. It is technically a children's book, published in 1971. It is a Swedish book. I don't know when it was translated into English, so I don't know if it was available when I was younger. It didn't seem familiar at all though, so if it was available during my childhood, I don't think I read it then. It's a chapter book, not a book for a very young child just learning to read. It's about 144 pages. This is a book for children and adults alike. I needed this, after [...]

    4. Abby Squire on said:

      It is a very sweet old-fashioned book, very easy and quick to read with a nice storyline.

    5. Alissa on said:

      Another throwback. I bought this at a library booksale when I was 11 or 12, and enjoyed it.Bettina has to stay in the hospital while her broken leg heals (no modern-day cast for this kid). She begins receiving letters and gifts from someone who signs everything "Devoted J." Through this myserious character, Bettina is soon communicating with (and making friends with) other patients in the hospital, exchanging letters and even sharing some of her flowers with another patient who adores flowers bu [...]

    6. M Character on said:

      Oh, old school kids books. I remember reading books of this ilk still lurking in the corners of my elementary school library, which I was uncommonly good at turning up. This one is fine, nothing special, and the mystery is irritatingly dispelled near the end with some boring 60's pragmatism.

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