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I'm sure you're already well acquainted with vegan cookbooks, but how about other vegan sub-genres? If you're looking to expand your knowledge on topics such as animal rights, nutrition, fitness, or even introduce little ones to the world of veganism, I've got you covered with the vegan books below!
Chickens, Cows, Ducks, Sheep, Pigs, Rabbits, Trout, Salmon, Prawns, Lobsters - all of the animal kingdom - are not here for us to eat! In an ideal world, humans and animals would live in harmony, don't you agree? Friends Not Food is so much more than a vegan book for kids, it's a celebration of our relationship with our animal friends and is packed with vegan sayings and facts about both those animals and the industries that prey on them. This book will be the perfect addition to the bookshelf of any animal lover.
Ruby Roth strikes again with another wonderful book for little ones. That's Why We Don't Eat Animals uses eye-catching art and enthusiastic text to introduce veganism to children. This book features a cast of animals shown in both their natural state and in factory farms, to show where these creatures genuinely belong.
Author, Edric Kennedy-Macfoy is a former firefighter. Initially, he didn't believe it was possible to eat only plants and stay fit. Still, all that changed after watching an eye-opening documentary (which I'm sure many of us can relate to) and became vegan overnight. In The Fit Vegan, you will discover the benefits of plant-based nutrition, what to eat, where to shop, a fitness plan, and more.
Michael Greger is a physician, professional speaker and bestselling author of How Not To Die. In this book, How Not To Diet, Dr Greger turns his attention to the latest research on the leading causes and remedies of obesity. It's full of actionable advice and groundbreaking research that will hopefully put an end to dieting, allowing nutritious and simple eating to take its place.
Who better to learn about how to go vegan than the folks at Veganuary? Whether you're already vegan full-time, considering it, or trying it out, this book will provide you with all the tools to make the change towards a healthier, happier, compassionate lifestyle. How To Go Vegan covers the many reasons you should go vegan, how to eat plant-based at home, meal plans, eating out, and so much more.
Introducing children to veganism is no easy feat, which is why V Is For Vegan is a must-have for adults that would like to do so, from teachers to activists. Author and artist, Ruby Roth, brings her insight and humour to a challenging subject while presenting the basics of animal rights and veganism in a teachable manner. This book is sure to bring the laughter out in little ones and help them understand the reasoning behind being vegan.
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