There is a forth. "The Lord God Made Them All," which is more about James raising his young family as he continues his work in Yorkshire. It is just as wonderful as the first three. Also, there is a series of small, illustrated volumes for children, which is simply stories taken from the books, but I'm trying to collect those as the illustrations are just charming. I have "The Christmas Kitten," the story of Debbie, the feral, who's last act was to bring her only kitten to a home where she was shown kindness.All things bright and beautiful,
All creatures great and small,
All things wise and wonderful,
The Lord God made them all.
Cecil Frances Alexander 1818–1895
After watching All Creatures Great and Small on PBS a couple of weeks ago, I wanted to go back and re-read the book which I first read in the 1970s. It came as a three-volume set when I checked out the ebook from my library (ACG&S, All Things Bright and Beautiful, All Things Wise and Wonderful). I just finished it, and it really lifted my spirits. Lovely stories of caring and commitment. And sweet humor.
I just finished the first one, Winchester : The Crossing Places. Really good. I plan to work my way through the series. I’m on hold for the second. The author has another series with Stephens and Mephisto as the main characters. The first is The Zig Zag Girl. I’ve checked it out.