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Quite a compelling read! Susan C. Bartoletti gives the straight-skinny on the first documented case of typhoid in America.
The author states, that if you are squeamish and don't like to read about germs, STOP now. Back in the day, before antibiotics a health crisis was identified. The detective work involved to document Mary Mallon as America's first carrier, is told with archival photos and primary source materials. From a fatal dessert to name calling and a final day in court, this book gives both sides to a deadly story. Take a look at how medicine has evolved over the past 100 years.
A selection of books at the Broken Arrow Library decided to join in on the Halloween fun by dressing up-- as people! They were kind enough to at least write their first lines on the back of their costumes. Come check out these YA titles based on their costume and/or first line, and take them home for a delightful surprise. No tricks here, just treats.