'Joanna had scraped up the uneaten rice pudding from all the plates and stuffed it into a spare pillow case. Louisa and Rebecca had collected the bunches of grapes which the patients' kind relatives had brought them, and were treading them into wine in the hospital hip-bath. Daniel had swapped round all the charts at the heads of the patients' beds which told what was wron'Joanna had scraped up the uneaten rice pudding from all the plates and stuffed it into a spare pillow case. Louisa and Rebecca had collected the bunches of grapes which the patients' kind relatives had brought them, and were treading them into wine in the hospital hip-bath. Daniel had swapped round all the charts at the heads of the patients' beds which told what was wrong with them, and added a few suggestions of his own. Romilly had turned the Little Ones' cots upside down and made sort of wooden cages out of them; and the Little Ones were pretending to be in a zoo. All the other children were doing simply dreadful things too.' The Brown children have feigned illness and been taken to hospital but with Nurse Matilda running the show they have little chance of keeping up their antics for long....
|Title||:||Nurse Matilda Goes to Hospital|
|Number of Pages||:||122 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Nurse Matilda Goes to Hospital Reviews
See my review for the second book in the series, Nurse Matilda Goes to Town. The exact same things apply to this one.
While it has a great message to children about learning to behave and be obedient and treat others kindly, it is much the dame as the other two Nurse Matilda books. I found that reading all three of them in a row got a little boring and monotonous. You would do well by reading only one or spacing them out with other books in between.
Honestly, if this hadn't been in the same book as the first two in the series, I'm not sure I would have read it. It seems as if Mrs. Brand ran out of ideas after the first Matilda book. The stories are cute, but extremely repetitive. If you've read one, you've read them all.
The first book of the series which brought the whole idea of Nanny Mcphee from the adapted movie entertains me more than the sequels. The sequels is very much paralleled to the first book therefore it lost its lust to provide an intriguing element for the readers to experience.
I find more children in the Brown family mentioned in each Nurse Matilda book. No wonder they need some authority figure in their lives.
Fun - very much like first one, even same family. (Which would seem to go against the Nurse Matilda code.)See Mary Poppins - nanny for troubled/troublesome families and children.
It is definitely not as good as the movie, which I rarely say.