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Dr Jo AUTHOR Monica KulliSchools were closed to women but times were changing and Jo was at the forefrontWhen she graduated in 1898 Dr Jo still faced prejudice against women in her field Not many people were willing to be seen by a female doctor and Dr Jo's waiting room remained mostly empty She accepted a job in public health and was sent to Hell's Kitchen one of New York's poorest neighborhoods where many immigrants l. Dr Jo How Sara Josephine Baker Saved the Lives of America's Children is the story of a courageous and unconventional woman who attended medical school long before it was considered normal for women to do so and who dedicated her life to the vulnerable babies and children living in poverty in New York CityHell's Kitchen was the name of the neighborhood where she did much of her work in public health Despite the challenges Dr Jo went beyond simply treating patients and tried to come up with big picture ideas that could help this population in the midst of their poverty one of her ideas was to make bottles out of beeswax to help make babies' eye drops saferI really appreciated this story of a woman who was ahead of her time and whose compassion drove her to save so many lives Definitely a great example for girls and boys todayThanks to NetGalley for the review copy

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Dr Jo AUTHOR Monica Kulling Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ð This thoughtful and beautifully illustrated picture book shares the story of a trailblazer who has inspired generations of girls to change the worldSara Josephine Baker was a strong girl who loved adventure Growing up in New YorkIved There she was able to treat the most vulnerable patients babies and children She realized that the best treatment was to help babies get a stronger start in life Babies need fresh air clean and safe environments and proper food Dr Jo's successes fueled by her determination compassion and ingenuity made her famous across the nation for saving the lives of 90000 inner city infants and childre. Our memories are short One of the things we have to do is remember the past because it teaches us about how far we have come This picture book of the life of Dr Sara Josephine Baker reminds us of many things of the past It reminds us when it was unusual to have a woman doctor It was so unusual that Dr Jo couldn't make it in private practice and had to get a job as a health inspector But it was while doing this among the tenements in Hell's Kitchen that she learned of the appalling conditions of the immigrants all stuff together and sought to change thingsGreat introduction for kids who want to learn about how things were at the turn of the last century Good starting point to be interested in famous women's lives#DrJo #NetGalleyThanks to Netgalley for making this book available for an honest review

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This thoughtful and beautifully illustrated picture book shares the story of a trailblazer who has inspired generations of girls to change the worldSara Josephine Baker was a strong girl who loved adventure Growing up in New York in the late 1800s was not easy When she lost her brother and father to typhoid fever she became determined to pursue her dream of becoming a doctor In Jo's day medical. DR JO is a beautifully written book about Sara Josephine Baker a trailblazer in medicine She lived in New York in the late 1800s and after her father and brother died from typhoid fever she vowed to become a doctor This was easier said than done at that time as Medical schools did not admit women Josephine was accepted to a Women's Medical School in New York and her dream was realized Graduating did not mean she would be able to practice medicine People would not go to a female doctor so she became a health inspector for the city of New York In Hell's Kitchen Jo once again came face to face with typhoid fever She taught the parents what to do to prevent this terrible disease as well as many other child diseases and ailments She researched and developed practices items and inventions for various problems she encountered Jo helped to change many practices and in doing so ultimately saved the lives of 90000 inner city infants and children in her practice in Hell’s Kitchen A great book to read when studying health practices women's rights and growth poverty biographies famous women and A great addition to any school or public library The publisher Penguin Random House Canada provided me with a copy of this book to read The opinions stated are my own