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All Things Wise and Wonderful & The Lord God Made Them All (All Creatures Great and Small #3-4)

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Book by Herriot, James
Hardcover, 373 pages
Published November 1st 1999 by Mjf Books
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Buku ini sebenarnya rangkaian cerita pendek James Herriot dalam kehidupannya sebagai seorang dokter hewan dan juga seorang pilot. Kebanyakan ceritanya sih tentang pekerjaannya sebagai dokter hewan. Ada sukanya dan tentu saja ada dukannya.

Gue nggak terlalu suka buku ini sebenarnya, mungkin karena ada term-term yang gue nggak ngerti. Sepertinya sih, karena gue itu nggak terlalu familiar dengan istilah-istilah dokter hewan. Jadinya, gue agak lost in translation di tengah jalan.

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The third book on the life of a British veterinarian.
The author juxtaposes his time in the RAF during WWII to remember back on the bucolic
and innocent days working as a vet (not veteran).

Light and enjoyable reads, I wonder if I'm too young to really appreciate these books.
The times seems more simple out in the British country in a time where the modernity of
science has yet to pervade the agricultural landscape. Was this so real?

The characters are, sometimes, overwhelmingly British, and the anima
I love all the Herriot Books and have read them all. Yorkshire vet chronicles the tales of his many decades of practice with two other vets. The stories are warm hearted, cozy and charming - not everyone's cup of tea, but definitely mine.
Even though these books have been out for some time, I've only recently read them and fell in love! The stories from this English vet involving the animal world is amusing AND educational!
If you love animals you will love both of these books! I was so sad when I finished them. I can't wait to read is other books.
While I always enjoy the stories, I did not find this collection quite as moving as the first.
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more tales of the life of a rural english veterinarian. kind of like a british garrison keillor.
The whole series is wonderful. I actually read them when they first came out in hardback.
A perfect book for any occasion, sure to renew your faith in mankind
I can't get enough.
Again, more inspirational tales about a Yorkshire veterinarian. His stories are fascinating!
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James Herriot is the pen name of James Alfred Wight, OBE, FRCVS also known as Alf Wight, an English veterinary surgeon and writer. Wight is best known for his semi-autobiographical stories, often referred to collectively as All Creatures Great and Small, a title used in some editions and in film and television adaptations.

In 1939, at the age of 23, he qualified as a veterinary surgeon with Glasgow
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