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All Things Bright and Beautiful

(1973)
Author: James Herriot
Publisher: MJF Books
Pages: 0
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Bindings:Compilation
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Found in:James Herriot: All Creatures Great and Small and All Things Bright and Beautiful [1999]
Classifications:Comedy
Drama
NonFiction
Synopsis:
All Things Bright and Beautiful picks up as Herriot, now newly married, journeys among the remote hillside farms and valley towns of the Yorkshire Dales, caring for their inhabitants---both two- and four-legged. Throughout, Herriot's deep compassion, humor, and love of life shine out as we laugh, cry, and delight in his portraits of his many, varied animal patients and their equally varied owners.