By James Herriot
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Millions of readers have extremely joyful within the excellent storytelling and daily miracles of James Herriot within the over thirty years when you consider that his pleasant animal tales have been first brought to the world.
Now in a brand new variation for the 1st time in a decade, All issues shiny and Beautiful is the cherished sequel to Herriot's first assortment, All Creatures nice and Small, and choices up as Herriot, now newly married, trips one of the distant hillside farms and valley cities of the Yorkshire Dales, taking care of their inhabitants---both - and four-legged. all through, Herriot's deep compassion, humor, and love of lifestyles shine out as we snort, cry, and enjoyment in his graphics of his many, assorted animal sufferers and their both diverse owners.
"Humor, realism, sensitivity, earthiness; animals comedian and tragic; and folks droll, pathetic, brave, eccentric---all of whom he perspectives with a similar mild compassion and a full of life feel of the unhappy, the ridiculous, and the admirable."
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