Series: All Creatures Great And Small

Author: James Herriot

If Only They Could Talk (1973)
4.25 of 5 Votes: 2
All Things Wise and Wonderful (2004)
4.39 of 5 Votes: 2
My other books in this series are much-thumbed editions, obviously read and reread until the color is rubbed off the spine-edges.This volume, though it's also used, is in better condition. It rather makes me wish Herriot had stuck to his determination not to discuss his war experiences. He clea...
All Things Bright and Beautiful (2004)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 5
"Isn't that grand to see!"Reading James Herriot's stories of being a vet in Yorkshire in the late 1930s is like eating comfort food for the body and drinking tonic for the soul. In his second omnibus book, All Things Bright and Beautiful (1974), James has been working in the Yorkshire country com...
The Lord God Made Them All (2015)
4.37 of 5 Votes: 5
Just finished reviewing the Chapter Summaries for this book, and really got a warm feeling. I love the easy-going picaresque pace and flow of this novel and how even the animals have characters as interesting as the humans that Herriot encounters. Here Herriot talks about his adventures in Russia...
James Herriot: All Creatures Great and Small/All Things Bright and Beautiful/All Things Wise and Wonderful/The Lord God Made Them All/Boxed Set (1990)
4.57 of 5 Votes: 4
These books have it all. You will laugh, you will cry and sometimes you will find yourself nodding in agreement. James Herriot is a wonderful story teller and the best thing is you don't have to read the books in one sitting. Each chapter can be read separately because each one has its own stor...
All Creatures Great and Small (2014)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 5
When I was five, I wanted to be an artist. I was crazy about drawing. When I wasn't fighting with my sibs over something, you'd likely find me holed away, either reading or drawing. My dad was an artist, you see. Sure, running that liquor store in the ghetto was what paid the bills, but it was fi...