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Download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub À James Herriot The classic multimillion copy bestsellerDelve into the magical unforgettable world of James Herriot the world's most beloved veterinarian and his menagerie of heartwarming funny and tragic animal patientsFor over forty years generations of readers have thrilled to Herriot's marvelous tales deep love of life and extraordinary storytelling abilities For decades Herriot roamed the remote beautiful Yorkshire Dales treating every patient that came his way from smallest to largest and observing animals and humans alike with his keen loving eyeIn All Creatures. I have this problem an addiction really called BOOKS I start reading one and I usually can't stop until I realize that awful smell is ME or my kids do that incessant tapping on my shoulder thing to ask if dinnertime will be occurring before bedtime I know I know Probably shouldn't have put that in print Now CPS is gonna come after mePoint being This book was NOT like that I could read one chapter each night then put it down without my brain going all twitchy those of you fellow addicts know what I mean you other better adjusted readers just take my word for it that twitchy is the perfect adjective Could it be A non page turner that I actually ENJOYED Why aren't there books like this I would be a much healthier personHerriot doesn't really have a through plot thus the non page turner uality but each chapter presents a new hilarious recollection from his young veterinary days in the Yorkshire countryside You know one of those horses lifting you off the ground with their teeth removing pig testicles becoming the honorary uncle of a rich lady's spoiled pug kind of reads I must have laughed out loud at some point in every chapter If you're looking for a fun little book that you can just pick up every once in a while that won't cause you to go all twitchy THIS IS IT Just open the book and start reading anywhere Read one chapter five the whole thing doesn't matter There's no real story but you'll get a good laugh Several in fact

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All Creatures Great and Small Free read Æ 9 ´ The classic multimillion copy bestsellerDelve into the magical unforgettable world of James Herriot the world's most beloved veterinarian and his menagerie of heartwarming funny and tragic animal patientsFor over forty years generations of readers have thrilled to Herriot's marvelous tales de Great and Small we meet the young Herriot as he takes up his calling and discovers that the realities of veterinary practice in rural Yorkshire are very different from the sterile setting of veterinary school Some visits are heart wrenchingly difficult such as one to an old man in the village whose very ill dog is his only friend and companion some are lighthearted and fun such as Herriot's periodic visits to the overfed and pampered Pekinese Tricki Woo who throws parties and has his own stationery and yet others are inspirational and enlightening such a. Not a long review because it has been years since I read this book; however it was and still is one of my favorite books His love for all creatures enhanced my love for them and his stories are timeless It is a must read for anyone who loves animals and a good read for those interested in a very well told tale

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All Creatures Great and SmallS Herriot's recollections of poor farmers who will scrape their meager earnings together to be able to get proper care for their working animals From seeing to his patients in the depths of winter on the remotest homesteads to dealing with uncooperative owners and critically ill animals Herriot discovers the wondrous variety and never ending challenges of veterinary practice as his humor compassion and love of the animal world shine forthJames Herriot's memoirs have sold 80 million copies worldwide and continue to delight and entertain readers of all age. There are no negatives in this book When I first read it them as I read Herriot's vet stories one book after anotherI would read them late at night in bed after my wife had gone to sleep Freuently I'd be laughing silently but laughing so hard I'd shake the bed Now and again I'd look over and see her just looking at me having been awakened by my convulsions of mirth Then I'd end up reading aloud for hourscosting us both much needed rest