This book is a collection of short stories by James Herriot, about his life as a veterinarian in Yorkshire, England. The stories are charming and heartwarming, and offer a unique glimpse into the lives of animals and their owners.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for someone who loves stories about animals and their owners, set in the rural countryside of Yorkshire, England. James Herriot’s writing is charming and heartwarming, and will make you appreciate life a little more.
- The stories are charming and heartwarming
- The book offers a unique glimpse into the lives of animals and their owners
- The author is a skilled storyteller
- The stories are a bit short
- Some of the anecdotes may be too personal for some readers
- The author’s Yorkshire dialect may be difficult to understand at times
Learn more about the author
James Herriot was born in Yorkshire, England, in 1916. He trained as a veterinarian and worked in the area for many years. His stories about his life as a vet were published in book form under the title The Lord God Made Them All. James Herriot died in 1995.
“One of the most delightful books I have ever read.”
“If you are a fan of James Herriot, this book is a must-read. If you’ve never read his work before, I suggest starting with one of his other collections – this one may be too short for some.”
“This is a delightful book. The author has an engaging writing style, and the stories are charming and heartwarming. I couldn’t put it down!”
“This is one of my favorite books ever! I have read it more times than I can count, and every time I find something new to appreciate in it. The stories are charming and heartwarming, offering a unique glimpse into the lives of animals and their owners.”