James Herriot's Treasury of Inspirational Stories for Children: Warm and Joyful Tales by the Author of All Creatures Great and Small

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Macmillan, Oct 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 260 pages
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James Herriot's Treasury of Inspirational Stories for Children collects all of the beloved veterinarian's delightful tales for young readers—all of them perennial favorites.
This complete edition is a wonderful addition to the libraries of all readers, great and small. From the moving holiday miracle of The Christmas Day Kitten to the adorable, rascally antics of Smudge, the Little Lost Lamb, here are Herriot's masterful stories for children gathered together in one classic volume for the entire family to share and treasure
Features:
Moses the Kitten * Only One Woof * The Christmas Day Kitten * Bonny's Big Day * Blossom Comes Home * The Market Square Dog * Oscar, Cat-About-Town * Smudge, the Little Lost Lamb

 

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User Review  - momma2 - LibraryThing

Blake said he would like to rate this 30 stars he liked it so much. And the book has inspired him to go into the veterinary field. Sweet stories and beautiful illustrations. Read full review

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User Review  - AnneDenney - LibraryThing

This is one of our absolute favorites. The illustrations are wonderful, the language is excellent, and I have a catch in my throat while reading at one point or another in each and every story. I'd say this collection of stories is a must on every child's bookshelf. Read full review

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Moses the Kitten
The Christmas Day Kitten
The Market Square
Smudge the Little Lost Lamb
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About the author (2005)

James Herriot's best-selling series of memoirs includes All Creatures Great and Small, All Things Bright and Beautiful, All Things Wise and Wonderful, The Lord God Made Them All, and Every Living Thing. His veterinary practice in Yorkshire, England, is now tended by his son, Jim Wight.

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