Entries Tagged as 'Portrayal of Vegetarians in Books'

The Red Dragon: A 3D Picture Book with Press-Out Disguises

April 30th, 2014 · No Comments · Books

Review By DIANE VUKOVIC Red Dragon can’t wait to meet his new neighbors. Plus, he is starving. But he knows that the sight of a red dragon might scare them, so he puts on disguises. This is where your kid can really have fun putting the disguises on dragon. The pop-ups are great too (Amazon affiliate link). At […]

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Harmony on the Farm

July 23rd, 2012 · 5 Comments · Books

Review By JACQUELINE BODNAR For those parents who want a good message regarding our relationship with animals, Harmony on the Farm makes a solid choice. The book follows Harmony, a young girl, who visits her grandparents’ farm. Only the farm is really more of a sanctuary, because her grandparents are vegetarian and the animals will […]

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Claude and Medea

February 2nd, 2012 · 2 Comments · Books

Review By JENNIFER GANNETT Authored by humane educator extraordinaire Zoe Weil, Claude and Medea traces the compassionate awakening of two twelve year olds. Both students at a prestigious private school in Manhattan, Claude comes from a background of wealth and privilege while his classmate Medea’s background is working class. The two are not friends at […]

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Out of Breath

October 18th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Books

Review By HOMA WOODRUM The angle that brought this book to us at Vegbooks (a free review copy) is that the protagonist in the story is vegan and a vegan vampire also is featured, so I will focus on those aspects as well as the claim that this book is appropriate for kids as young […]

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