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Memoris and Biographies
Author: James Herriot
ISBN: 0808511610
Subcategory: Professionals & Academics
Publisher Bt Bound (October 1999)
Language English
Category: Memoris and Biographies
Rating: 4.1
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eBook The Lord God Made Them All download

by James Herriot


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Home James Herriot The Lord God Made Them All. Home. The lord god made them . .The Lord God Made Them All, . 6. A bonny lass, ’ant she, Brigadier? Almost human, ye might say.

James Herriot (1916-1995) was the bestselling author of memoirs including All Creatures Great and Small, All Things . I own them in print version, and now also have them on my Kindle.

James Herriot (1916-1995) was the bestselling author of memoirs including All Creatures Great and Small, All Things Bright and Beautiful, All Things Wise and Wonderful, and Every Living Thing. At age 23, Herriot qualified for veterinary practice with the Glasgow Veterinary College, and moved to the town of Thirsk in Yorkshire to work in a rural practice. The James Herriot series is a heart-warming, nostalgic, and often hilarious walk through pre-and- post-war Yorkshire farmland. Wight's characters and his own personality come alive through his simple-yet-skillful recounting of a profession in constant evolution.

Home James Herriot The Lord God Made Them Al. Yes, Mr. Herriot, and I might say that we were sailing with the wind behind us. If we have to come back in weather like that with the wind against us, then heaven help us. It will be much worse. 0. I opened them only when he came to the finale, which I knew so well. 8. Jimmy was making a real meal of it, head down, fingers thumping, and at the last crashing chord, he held up one hand in a flourish a foot above the keyboard before letting it fall by his side in the true manner of the concer. I doubt if the Methodist Hall has ever heard a noise like the great cheer which followed. The place erupted in a storm of clapping and shouting, and Jimmy was not the man to ignore such an accolade.

With each book more embraceable than the last, James Herriot once again brings us the magical beauty of Yorkshire . These new stories provide a grand finale to the wonderful books that began with all Creatures Great and Small.

With each book more embraceable than the last, James Herriot once again brings us the magical beauty of Yorkshire through his heartwarming experiences as a country veterinarian. It is just after World War II.

TO ZOE. latest beautiful grandchild. All creatures great and small, All things wise and wonderful, The Lord God made them all. All things bright and beautiful, All creatures great and small, All things wise and wonderful, The Lord God made them all. -cecil frances alexander, 1818-1895. Chapter 1. Chapter 2. Chapter 3. Chapter 4.

I simply love James Herriots’ heartwarming books. When my children were small, we read and re-read the children’s version of the Herriot books, a ted Treasury, which I highly recommend

I simply love James Herriots’ heartwarming books. When my children were small, we read and re-read the children’s version of the Herriot books, a ted Treasury, which I highly recommend. We all loved the stories, our son especially. Herriot’s descriptions of Yorkshire are so wonderful that he made us want to visit.

The triumphant conclusion to the legendary series With each book more engaging than the last, James Herriot once again .

The triumphant conclusion to the legendary series With each book more engaging than the last, James Herriot once again brings us the magical beauty of Yorkshire through his uplifting experiences as a country veterinarian. Touching our hearts with laughter and wisdom, lifting our spirits with compassion and goodness, James Herriot never fails to delight.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. He looked a little doubtful but I was determined to make my point and ushered him gently to the rear end of the animal

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. All things wise and wonderful, The Lord God made them all. He looked a little doubtful but I was determined to make my point and ushered him gently to the rear end of the animal. I enclosed the scrotum in the Burdizzo and placed Mr. Ripley’s fingers round the handles.

avanger
We love James Herriot! My husband has read the whole series out loud to the children. You can see the stories as Mr. Herriot talks about laying on the floor of a barn to deliver a calf or how he gets kicked in the leg or how he struggles with not having good medicine to help the animals. You laugh at the crazy antics he gets into and cry over the deaths of beloved pets. Such good books! I highly recommend all of James Herriot's books!
Yainai
This is one of 4 books in a series. There are not many books that I have kept to read over and over during a long life, but Herriot's are among them. They are full of humor, with occasional pathos. There is a lot of Yorkshire dialect that could be off-putting in the beginning, but you can generally guess what people mean and if you keep reading, you will become familiar with it. The books would lose a lot of their flavor if everything had been put into standard English. This is the Kindle edition, which I have not read yet, so I can't vouch for the quality of the reproduction.
Ubrise
I have been a fan of the audio books for several years. They are great "de-stressers". This year my husband has begun to listen and feels the simplicity of the stories and the relationships are uplifting. It is as if we were returning to the ways of our parents and the times when integrity was essential for one to live comfortably in one's own skin. The writing is superb and the narration captivating. The language is reflective of the times. Cursing was never used toward the public but intimate to one's own private expression. While the moral antidotes are refreshing, this would be a caution for children. There are audio stories directed for children specifically, however. PBShop US was the vendor. We did have some difficulty with their delivery. but did receive the product in good condition and quiet satisfactory on the second attempt.
Urtte
How can anyone not love these wonderful stories of Herriot's life as a country vet in England? His writing is crisp and humorous, and he certainly never runs out of interesting and unique people and animals as he travels around the countryside. Too bad there can't be many, many more of these fabulous tales of a country vet's life in the 30's and 40's. Only one of the many interesting facts is how medicine and the treatment of animals evolved over the years.
Hamrl
I first read J. Alfred Wight's books as a preteen in the 70's, and have re-read them many times since. I have purchased them for friends more times than I can count. I own them in print version, and now also have them on my Kindle.

The James Herriot series is a heart-warming, nostalgic, and often hilarious walk through pre-and- post-war Yorkshire farmland. Wight's characters and his own personality come alive through his simple-yet-skillful recounting of a profession in constant evolution. He brings back to life an era that has long since passed, and his gentle, unassuming intelligence and humanity illuminate every anecdote.

The series is pure joy for animal lovers and historians alike; one I often go back to after a hard day in order to fall asleep with a smile.

I also highly recommend the biography of J. Alfred Wight that was written by his son Jim: "The Real James Herriot, a Memoir of my Father".
Kamuro
I've been re-reading this after many years, having lost my original copy.. A+, of course, as millions have agreed. Quite apart from the excellence of the writing and the often strange stories taken from the author's veterinary experiences - what a likeable personality this Dr Wight ("James Herriot") was!
JoJoshura
Love James Herriot! Got the whole set. Haven't read all but so far great read-aloud even for younger kids if you skip over the few graphic parts or words - he was a real vet treating animals with real problems and body parts after all. Chapters are short enough to read on their own though some characters of course reappear. Some descriptions or events may seem too unbelievably hilarious to be true, but no matter - a delightful read nevertheless.
I have all of Herriot's books.I recommend them for Young and Old and in between.. Herriot talks about the interaction with animals, and some Humorous run ins with people all good natured. A definite read for all.. If I feel a bit in the dumps, I pick up one of his books, and read, Even Though I have read it Before.. Dutch.