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#FREE ⛓ All Creatures Great and Small ⚢ 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 Patients.For 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 Eye.In All Creatures 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 As 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 Forth.James Herriot S Memoirs Have Sold 80 Million Copies Worldwide, And Continue To Delight And Entertain Readers Of All Ages.


10 thoughts on “All Creatures Great and Small

  1. Ana Ana says:

    What would the world be like without animals I can t believe I ve never heard of James Herriot before He writes the most beautiful books There s a lot I could say about this book But I won t I ll just say one thing Animals are awesom...


  2. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    Oh dear heavens, a cow is having a difficult birth A cat s sick The local lord s thorough bred has skinned its knee To live in a world where these are your most worrisome worries is to live in the world of James Herriot, the pen name of the real life mid 20th century country vet of the Yorkshire Dales in northern England Loosely based on his experiences, these delightful tales drama cozies I call them take place in an idyllic setting The Yorkshire Dales and the North York MoorsMuker Oh dear heavens, a cow is having a difficult birth A cat s sick The local lord s thorough bred has skinned its knee To live in a world where these are your most worrisome worries is to live in the world of James Herriot, the pen name of the real life mid 20th century country vet of the Yorkshire Dales in northern England Loosely based on his experiences, these delightful tales drama co...


  3. Meg Meg says:

    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 me Point 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 y 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 me Point being This book was NOT like ...


  4. Dale Dale says:

    It s semi astonishing that I ve been married to a veterinarian for a year and a half, which followed a year and nine months of dating engagement, in which time I went on many emergency calls with her to treat sick horses and the occasional goat , adopted a dog and a second cat to go with the first one my dearly beloved already owned, and various and other sundry proximity to a vet type stuff has gone down AND YET only now have I finally said to myself, Hunh, I should read that James Herriot gu It s semi astonishing that I ve been married to a veterinarian for a year and a half, which followed a year and nine months of dating engagement, in which time I went on many emergency calls with her to treat sick horses and the occasional goat , adopted a dog and a second cat to go with the first one...


  5. Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ says:

    4.5 stars I adored this book and swallowed it whole when I first read it back in the day, and grabbed the three sequels as soon as I could lay my hands on them All four of these old paperback books still have a place of honor on my downstairs bookshelf, wherein reside all manner of classics, old SF and fantasy, ancient English lit textbooks, and other old books It s quite the massive collection a lifetime s worth of books that have been lovingly and thoughtfully or sometimes not collect 4.5 stars I adored this book and swallowed it whole when I first read it back in the day, and grabbed the three sequels as soon as I could lay my hands on them All four of these old paperback books still have a place of honor on my downstairs bookshelf, wherein reside all manner of classics, old SF and fantasy, ancient English lit textbooks, and other old books It s quite the massi...


  6. Debbie Zapata Debbie Zapata says:

    I ve read this book so many times over the years, yet every single time I get to the last word on the last page I am ready to go back to chapter one and start all over From the first day of Herriot s arrival at Skeldale House, being greeted by a tsunami of leaping, barking dogs, to the week of tuberculin testing that brings the book to a close, we share the moments of joy, laughter, tears, nerves, confidence, mix ups and triumphs involved in his Yorkshire veterinary practice of the 1930 s.We me I ve read this book so many times over the years, yet every single time I get to the last word on the last page I am ready to go back to chapter one and start all over From the first day of Herriot s arrival at Skeldale House, being greeted by a tsunami of leaping, barking dogs, to the week of tuberculin testing that brings the book to a close, we share the moments of joy, ...


  7. Mike (the Paladin) Mike (the Paladin) says:

    There are no negatives in this book When I first read it them as I read Herriot s vet stories one book after another I would read them late at night in bed after my wife had gone to sleep Frequently I d be laughing ...


  8. Tom Mathews Tom Mathews says:

    I ve read a lot of James Herriot s stories over my life but haven t read this first volume of his beloved series of memoirs It is delightful, touching and often knee slappingly funny I highly recommend it FYI...


  9. Tracey Tracey says:

    James Herriot s books are, for me, the ultimate in comfort books Which is odd, it occurred to me while listening to this audiobook there s blood and gore and uterine explorations and knackerings and death and cruelty There is casual mention of deeds and practices which would turn PETA s collective hair white But I ve been reading these books since I was about ten Which, considering the language, is surprising Them Yorkshire farmers were salty, mind And then there was the wonderful tv se James Herriot s books are, for me, the ultimate in comfort books Which is odd, it occurred to me while listening to this audiobook there s blood and gore and uterine explorations and knackerings and death and cruelty There is casual mention of deeds and practices which would turn PETA...


  10. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    I have absolutely loved James Herriot s or should I perhaps say Alfred Wight s All Creatures Great and Small ever since I first read this book which is actually an omnibus and consists of If Only They Could Talk and It Shouldn t Happen to a Vet at the age of twelve in the autumn of 1978, and thus, All Creatures Great ands Small was in fact one of the first longer novels I read entirely in English, with a dictionary in hand of course, and aside from my immense reading pleasure, I was also ex I have absolutely loved James Herriot s or should I perhaps say Alfred Wight s All C...