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When life gets hard trust him to pick you up. The perfect antidote for a bad day. Each chapter is a separate story so you can read as much as you like at a sitting. The books, though real, give one that sense of nostalgia about a simpler time. Things don’t always go well but you’re still left with that sense of indomitable courage that life will go on, that we will endure. Dawn will come again.
The #1 New York Times–bestselling author of All Creatures Great and Small reflects on the rewards of training the next generation of veterinarians.
As an aging James Herriot begins to see more house pets than livestock, the challenge of treating animals—and reassuring their owners—provides plenty of excitement, mystery, and moments of sheer delight. After building up his own practice, the renowned country vet begins to teach a new generation about a business both old-fashioned and very modern. He watches with pride as his own children show a knack for medicine, and remarks on the talents and quirks of a string of assistants. There is no perfecting the craft, since people and their animals are all remarkably different, but Herriot proves that the best healers are also the most compassionate.
Every Living Thing Details
- Author : James Herriot ( Download PDF : )
- Publisher: Open Road Media (November 15, 2011)
- ASIN: B0060QM0DS
- File Size: 3251 KB
- Publication Date: November 15, 2011
- Print Length: 355 pages
- Language: English
About the Author
James Herriot (1916–1995) was the pen name of James Alfred “Alf” Wight, an English veterinarian whose tales of veterinary practice and country life have delighted generations. Many of Herriot’s works—including All Creatures Great and Small, All Things Bright and Beautiful, All Things Wise and Wonderful, The Lord God Made Them All, and Every Living Thing—became international bestsellers and have been adapted for film and television. Though largely fictional, Herriot’s stories rely on numerous autobiographical elements taken from his life in northern England’s Yorkshire County, and they depict a simple, rustic world deeply in touch with the cycles of nature.