Health Heroes by Emily Sharratt

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Health Heroes by Emily Sharratt is a celebration of medical heroes past and present. It is a diverse collection of amazing, moving, and inspiring true stories featuring people working in all aspects of health healthcare. Published by Simon&Schuster, the book hit the shelves in August 2020.

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Health Heroes is packed full of true stories of healthcare workers past and present, from all walks of life and from all around the world – from Florence Nightingale and Alexander Fleming to the midwives, doctors, paramedics, and carers of today. From famous names to unsung heroes, these are real people being amazing – making new discoveries, putting themselves on the front line, and helping to take care of people in need, in all sorts of ways.

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A celebration of medical heroes past and present. This diverse collection of amazing, moving and inspiring true stories will feature doctors, nurses, paramedics, midwives, and others working in all aspects of healthcare, from all backgrounds and walks of life, in the UK and internationally, written in a child-friendly narrative style. Real people being amazing! Now available for sale… #books #writing #publishing #frontlineworkers #healthcare #healthheroes #doctors #heroes #covid19 #pandemic #booklovers #reading #lovetoread #keeponreading #inspiringreads #inspiredaily #frontlineheroes #nurselife #stayhome #staysafe @midlandbooksofficial @titlewavesbandra @champacabooks @higginbothamsbookstore @kitabkhanabooks @amplekids

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Beautifully illustrated, and brimming with fun facts, information, and inspiring true stories, this is the perfect read for future health heroes, fans of Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls, Greta’s Story and Stories for Boys Who Dare to Be Different – or anyone who just wants to join in the round of applause!

About the Author

Emily Sharratt is an editor and writer of children’s books, such as Ellie’s War series for Scholastic. Emily lives in London with her baby daughter, the highlight of whose week during lockdown was the Thursday night 8 pm clap for the carers. Unfortunately, she can’t tell the time yet so they were usually out on the street with their xylophone and wooden spoons from 7.30 pm onwards.

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