James Herriot's Dog Stories
James Herriot is one of the most beloved storytellers of our time. The warm and joyful memoirs of his life as a country vet in Yorkshire have endeared him to countless readers around the world, and many of his most memorable tales featured man's best friend.Here are the complete dog stories from... show more
James Herriot is one of the most beloved storytellers of our time. The warm and joyful memoirs of his life as a country vet in Yorkshire have endeared him to countless readers around the world, and many of his most memorable tales featured man's best friend.Here are the complete dog stories from his much-beloved memoirs: a handsome collection of tales, available for the first time in trade paperback, that will warm the hearts of dog lovers around the world. Featuring a special introduction by the author and his own accompanying notes to each specially illustrated story, this tribute from man to dog is a volume no Herriot fan will want to be without.
Publish date: November 14th 2006
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Short Stories
1) Magnus the difficult.2) Mrs. Donovan’s beautiful Golden Retriever Roy. “It’s those wonderful condition powders.”3 & 4) Skipper & Jingo II.More than fifty enchanting stories of every type of dog – from pure breeds to mutts – told by the famous Yorkshire vet. Plenty of laughter and tons of tear...
The first few lines of this book will probably bring tears to your eyes if you're a dog lover like me. This collection is a must read, no doubt about it.
Written by James Herriot - Audio book performed by Christopher Timothy (plays Herriot in the popular BBC series) - Unabridged Nonfiction - 2 CASSETTES - 3 hoursPublisher, Audio Renaissance (September 1996)"In this sequel to his 1994 Favorite Cat Stories, the erstwhile veterinarian spins more loving ...
This is such a heartwarming as well as heartbreaking collection and it has pulled me out of the reading doldrums. Despite the inevitable deaths, to me, it sounds like Herriot had the ultimate career and a life blessed with love and humor. "Tricki Woo" and his owner, Mrs. Pumphrey, never fail to make...