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  • Leonie S

    All Creatures Great and Small - terrific book, once you start you'll want to read the entire series, as long as you are an animal lover and find humans to be curious creatures

  • Becky Denekamp

    All Creatures Great and Small: This was one of my favorite books growing up. It made we want to be a vet

  • Maryellen Ludwig

    My favorite author is James Herriot. His All Creatures Great and Small Series are my favorite books--I've read them several times.

  • Netia Haydon Krieter

    All Creatures Great and Small, totally worth reading!

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"some books are meant / to be read just like this / alone, with the evening, / a bowl of fruit ripening / waiting for the reader / to grow hungry, but / she won't, the book / will devour her, / and it / will soon / become / morning."

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