Winner of the Moonbeam Children's Animals/Pets Non-Fiction Gold Medal! A story about the fundamental connection between animals and people and how we can treat all of Earth's creatures with compassion and empathy. Furry polar bears, playful sea otters, slow sloths, prickly porcupines, and slimy snakes are just a few of the many animals we share our world with.
Petra and John are vegans. But what does that really mean? And why are so many people going vegan? And what DO vegans eat? This book makes it all clear. The vivid drawings and rhyming verses will delight children aged three to eight, and explain the vegan philosophy clearly to both vegans and non-vegans of all ages.
NOTE: THIS IS NOT A STORY BOOK> In Vegan Is Love, author-illustrator Ruby Roth introduces young readers to veganism as a lifestyle of compassion and action. Broadening the scope of her popular first book That’s Why We Don’t Eat Animals, Roth illustrates how our daily choices ripple out locally and globally, conveying what we can do to protect animals, the environment, and people across the world.
Introducing three- to seven-year-olds to the 'ABCs' of a compassionate lifestyle, V Is for Vegan is a must-have for vegan and vegetarian parents, teachers, and activists! Acclaimed author and artist Ruby Roth brings her characteristic insight and good humor to a controversial and challenging subject, presenting the basics of animal rights and the vegan diet in an easy-to-understand, teachable format.
In an eye-opening story by the author of My War with Goggle-Eyes, a chicken gives Andrew and Gemma a scratchy-looking book that she has written, telling about her life in horrible, stuffy little cages.
On the night before Thanksgiving, a group of children visit a turkey farm and meet Farmer Mack Nuggett and his coop of cockerels: Ollie, Stanley, Larry, Moe, Wally, Beaver, Shemp, and Groucho. The children and turkeys giggle and gobble, and everything is gravy.
That’s Why We Don’t Eat Animals uses colorful artwork and lively text to introduce vegetarianism and veganism to early readers (ages six to ten). Written and illustrated by Ruby Roth, the book features an endearing animal cast of pigs, turkeys, cows, quail, turtles, and dolphins.
Steven and his classmates go on a field trip to a local farm sanctuary. While there Steven's classmates learn that he is a vegan. Steven, along with many of the farm animals, teach his friends why for him, animals are his friends, not his food.
Mrs. Gumm finds a turkey egg and raises the turkey for Thanksgiving dinner, but things do not go according to plan. A Thanksgiving classic!
Join Summer and her mom for the second book in The My Mom Series: My Mom Eats Tofu. This time Summer reveals more of mom’s green ways — shopping at the farmer’s market, eating organic, composting and more in an effort to forewarn her friend before she spends the night.
Ruth Ann Mackenzie knows everything about dinosaurs. She knows their names. She knows when they lived. And she certainly knows what they ate. So when she meets Linus, a towering, toothy T. rex who prefers picking vegetables to preying on his herbivorous neighbors, she’s not sure what to think. Is something wrong with Linus?
Lena of Vegitopia and the Mystery of the Missing Animals is a vegan-themed fairy tale about how one brave little girl stands up for the animal friends of her land and helps rescue them from being eaten. The book promotes messages of kindness, compassion, and action and shows that magical things can happen when you harness the power of veggies.
Hubert is a pudge, and pudges can never grow up. Instead, they are trucked off to the meat factory when they are still young and turned into TV dinners, microwave sausage links, and other greasy food products.
Harmony on the Farm is about a young girl who spends an ideal day on her Granddad’s farm befriending cows, chickens, pigs, and turkeys. Later in the day, Harmony and her mother go shopping for groceries and Harmony learns a valuable lesson that helps her become a Vegetarian.
Explore real-life examples of animals portraying various emotions in this heartwarming and thought-provoking collection for kids and adults! Beautiful, life like art accompanies pages describing each emotion, and includes questions to the reader that are perfect for social emotional learning and an introduction to animal communication.
The first book written for vegetarian kids that demonstrates through easy to understand language the powerful and positive reasons for being a vegetarian. It explores the choice to become a vegetarian and how this choice has an effect on the environment,the animals and health.
Meet a nine-year old boy named Ari, who lives in Israel on a Moshav in the Negev Desert. Every spring and autumn an exciting event occurs where a world famous migration of 500 million birds of 200 different species fly over. Through watching these birds, Ari decides to become a vegetarian.
Melanie is a 3rd grader who is excited about a chicken hatching project in her class at school. The project seemed like a good idea at first, but unexpected problems arise and the whole class learns a lesson in compassion
When two boys at school, Scott and Alex, give Benji a hard time about being vegetarian, he challenges his parents about meat. Benji's father teaches him why he is vegetarian with a visit to Hope Animal Sanctuary.
Don’t miss one of America’s top 100 most-loved novels, selected by PBS’s The Great American Read. This beloved book by E. B. White, author of Stuart Little and The Trumpet of the Swan, is a classic of children's literature that is 'just about perfect.' This paper-over-board edition includes a foreword by two-time Newbery winning author Kate DiCamillo.
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