Children’s Vegan Book- ‘Not A Purse’ Teaches Animal Rights The Right Way
Not a purse is a new children’s Vegan book from Stephanie Dreyer that highlights the awful ways that animals are used and abused for products. While this may sound a little traumatic for children, it’s not at all. Not a Purse personifies cows, pigs, foxes, and elephants, just to name a few and tells children all the things that the animals enjoy doing.
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Children’s Vegan Book
Beautifully illustrated by Jack Veda, there are pictures of pigs splashing around in the water, cows holding purses, minks wearing fur coats, a fox wearing a hat and an elephant in a jewelry store that highlights elephants being used for ivory.
It’s a very simple and sweet children’s vegan book and it really gets the message across that animals have feelings, are affectionate, know their own names and have things that they enjoy doing. It really is the perfect book to educate your little vegan animal lovers about animals that are exploited.
Stephanie Dreyer an award-winning author lives in Los Angeles with her husband and three children. On her website, she shares plant-based recipes and meal planning tips. She says ‘As a busy, working mom, I understand the daily challenge to plan and prepare delicious, homemade, healthy meals for my family.’ Stephanie is on a mission to get children excited about eating fruits and vegetables while encouraging families to cook together and live healthier. There are also fun and educational printable activity pages for kids.
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Stephanie has also written a children’s vegan book called ‘Not a Nugget’ which teaches children that animals are our friends, not food. Animal activist and vegan Mayim Bialik raves about the book saying “This book is the perfect way to introduce veganism to small children in a non-judgmental and non-threatening way. Animals are our friends, not food – of course! Stephanie Dreyer has created a beautiful book which is also a lovely teaching tool!”
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