The Lord God Made Them All - Chapters 22-24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22-24 Summary and Analysis

Herriot devotes Chapter 22 to tales about his young daughter. Not only does Herriot enjoy the little girl's singing and her help around the farms, he is thrilled that he is having the same experience with his daughter that he had earlier with his son. Although not many men would have the patience to take a small child with them to work day after day, Herriot seems to have a very patient spirit. He not only puts up with his children; he enjoys them.

Herriot goes on to explain that Rosie developed her interest in singing when he purchased a new radiogram. Although he intended this new machine to be for his use only, he soon learned Rosie had learned to operate the machine and enjoyed the music as much as he did. The afternoon he finds her playing records...

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