[PDF] All Creatures Great and Small / All Things Bright and Beautiful By James Herriot – Vehikool.co.uk

All Creatures Great and Small / All Things Bright and Beautiful Twenty Five Years Ago, A Volume Of Memoirs By An Unknown Scottish Veterinarian Was First Published All Creatures Great And SmallWithin A Year, The Book Had Become Recognized As A Masterpiece It Went On To Sell Millions Of Copies And Began The Marvelous Series Of Books, Beloved Of Readers All Over The World, Which Have So Far Sold Over Million Copies In English Alone Here, For The First Time, The First Two Books In This Series Are Being Published TogetherThese Pages, Now As Then, Are Full Of Humor, Warmth, Pathos, Drama, And James Herriot S Unique And Richly Justified Love Of Life His Journeys Across The Yorkshire Dales, His Encounters With Humans And Dogs, Cows And Kittens, Are Illuminating By His Infinite Fascination And Affection, And Rendered With All The Infectious Joy Of A Born StorytellerWhether Struggling Mightily To Position A Calf For Birthing, Or Comforting A Lonely Old Man Whose Beloved Dog And Only Companion Has Died, Herriot S Heartwarming And Often Hilarious Stories Perfectly Depict The Wonderful Relationship Between Man And Animal His Wonderful Stories Make Us Laugh And Cry, As We Marvel At The Everyday Miracles He Creates


10 thoughts on “All Creatures Great and Small / All Things Bright and Beautiful

  1. says:

    This is a beatuiful edition of two books I recently bought it because my original books have fallen to pieces from multiple readings over the years I am cutting and pasting my original review.This is an old favorite that I ve read countless times What do


  2. says:

    I recently paid a nostalgic return journey to fictional Darrowby in Yorkshire, England, to read the warm, affectionate, earthy, hilarious memoirs of Dr James Herriot, veterinary surgeon circa mid 1930s 1970s I couldn t put them down, nor could I read anyt


  3. says:

    The first scene caught my attention right off He s saying, they never tell you about this in school, then he describes the scene he s in its a dark, winter night, he s got his arm inside of a cow up to the elbow trying to maneuver the calf inside her He s


  4. says:

    My ABSOLUTE fave


  5. says:

    I read the series as a teen, watched the PBS series whenever it ran and mourned when Herriot died I even named one of my sons Tristan in part because I loved that character so much Herriot s an insightful observer of human nature and the perfect foil for the


  6. says:

    Every few years I read these stories again and I always enjoy them as much as I did the first time James Herriot Alf White such an interesting window into a unique time and place I have always wondered if he was a naturally gifted writer or if he had a really


  7. says:

    I loved this series of books When I first read them in high school I wanted to move to Scotland and become a country veterinarian I reread them again summer, and fell in love with them all over again When James Herriot talks about how much he loves his job, dr


  8. says:

    It was great to settle in with an old friend I read this series over over in my childhood years, up through high school James Herriot is why I wanted to be a vet until I came up against chemistry, that is I LOVELOVELOVE this entire series His warmth, intuitive


  9. says:

    James Herriot Dr White is on my top ten list of authors I had no interest in cow farming or in Yorkshire England, but he took me there as an arm chair traveler Then I actually traveled there, saw the surgery, Skeldale house, funky blue car, fields, cows and shee


  10. says:

    I often tell myself not to give a book 5 stars because, well, I know I can be a little too exuberant at times Not this time Mr Herriot s writing skills are only matched by his skills as a vet, which is blatantly obvious in this delightful collection of tales This


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