By Jennifer Hsu/CBS News Senior Correspondent Jennifer HSU/CBS NEWS ContributorCBS News ContributorJennifer HSU-CBS NewsContributorThe BBC has revealed the full title of a forthcoming book that traces the rise of the new literary era in nursing and the impact of its practitioners, which the BBC says will be “a great Doctor Who.”
According to the BBC, the book will be titled “Doctor Who: A Great Doctor who Changed Nursing,” which will be published by Simon & Schuster.
The book will detail the rise and rise of “Doctor who” and the “Doctor” name as we know it today.
According to a press release from Simon & Shuster, the release says the book “will bring to life the stories of the great Doctors of nursing.”
It is the second book to be released by Simon& Schuster and will be released on September 5.
The release also says that the book has been produced by BBC Worldwide and is the first book to feature the voices of two of the show’s most iconic characters, Jenna Coleman and Matt Smith.
The release of the book was announced in the fall of 2017 and follows a year of intense speculation about the book’s release, including rumors that the BBC was planning to cancel “Doctor,” the British TV series which started in 2009 and ended in 2016.
Simon & Schusters announcement said, “It’s been a thrilling time to be part of the BBC.
We are delighted to share the book with you.”
It will be available for pre-order from September 6.