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Change The World With Rose And Chili

Here’s a cute little children’s book by Malte Hartwieg 🙂

Change The World With Rose And Chili has been written for little children who don’t know the truth about where their food comes from, and it explains in simple terms that animals are not here for our use, they are here for their own reasons.

With adorable illustrations, Malte Hartwieg takes Rose and her best friend Chili on a journey to an imaginary world where, one by one, Rose meets individuals who are suffering because humans use them for food or clothing: a fox who has no coat, a sheep who has been robbed of her wool, a chicken bereft of eggs and a cow with no milk for her calf.  At every meeting Rose is moved to help these individuals by giving them her warm clothes or finding plant-based foods to replace the animal-based ones, and the imaginary world becomes a brighter, greener, happier place.

By the end, when Rose and Chili return home, Rose has learned how easy it is to change the real world: simply eat plants instead of animals.

This book needs to be on the shelves of nurseries and pre-schools everywhere so that little ones can learn, before they get brainwashed into accepting the status quo, how simple it is to change the world.

Just lovely 😀

Author/Illustrator:  Malte Hartwieg

Genre:  Juvenile fiction/picture book

Recommended for reading to pre-schoolers

Published July 2018

Format:  Paperback (24 pages)

ISBN-10: 1722463449
ISBN-13: 978-1722463441
Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 0.2 x 21.6 cm

Available from Amazon in the UK, Europe, USA, Canada and Australia

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Learning Letters and Rhyming Words

Learning Letters and Rhyming Words by Eric and Jo Rain is a cute and simplistic alphabet rhyme to make learning fun.  Each page has a child-like style crayon drawing of an animal or plant beginning with (or containing) a letter of the alphabet and a verse underneath which rhymes with the verse on the facing page.  I’m not explaining this very well, but here’s a few scans to give you an idea of what I mean:

 The opened book didn’t fit on the scanner (plus I scanned them in ‘illustration mode’ so the grey stripe down the middle is just shadow) but I think you can get the idea with these 🙂

It’s a really fun way to introduce young children to the alphabet and how words look and sound, and they’ve chosen a font which draws the letter ‘a’ as children would write it, sans serif.  And it inspires delight in the plants and animals it describes.

Plus at the end of the book is an alphabet learning game to cut out and play:

A lovely fun way to learn the alphabet 🙂

Author:  Eric Rain

Illustrator:  Jo Rain

Genre:  Early Learning

Format:  Paperback (52 pages)

Published June 2015

ISBN-13:  978-1985373952

Dimensions:  19 x 0.3 x 23.5 cm

Available from Amazon in the UK, Europe, USA, Canada and Australia.  If you’re somewhere where you can’t buy from Amazon, contact us to arrange mail order 😀

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For those in the UK who don’t like to shop online, contact us to mail order and pay by cheque 🙂

Where are you going Deidra?

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Deidra, a dairy cow, keeps disappearing and won’t tell anyone where she’s going.  Her friends are very curious but she’s not giving anything away and, since she’s always back by milking time, the farmer’s not worried.  In this colourfully illustrated short storty for little ones (ages 2 and up) you can find out what Deidra’s up to and why she needs to be so secretive about it.

Where are you going Deidra?, which is inspired by real life events,  has been around for a while  and the rhyming version of it is included the paperback “Why are you a vegan?” and other wacky verse for kids.  But now it has been digitally remastered (well, it’s got a new font 😉 ) and is available in mobi format (ie suitable for kindle) from The Vegan Bookstore at the very reasonable price of $0.99 USD

A lovely picture book with a happy ending to keep on your device 😀

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“Why are you a vegan?” and other wacky verse for kids

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“Why are you a vegan?” and other wacky verse for kids

“Why are you a vegan?” and other wacky verse for kids is a compilation of fully illustrated, colourful rhyming stories for little ones including ‘I’m not dinner!’, ‘Edmund’s Lunch’, ‘bones and teef’, ‘Why are you a vegan?’ and the rhyming version of ‘Where are you going Deidra?’.  In addition there are other wacky poems, nursery rhymes and tongue twisters.  It’s a lot of fun for reading to little ones at bedtime. 😀

Authors/Illustrators:  Violet’s Vegan Comics (Violet Plum and Miranda Lemon)

Genre: Juvenile Fiction/stories in rhyme.

Recommended for reading to pre-school children

Published: 5 January 2015

Format: Paperback (114 pages)

ISBN-13: 978-1505874310

ISBN-10: 1505874319

Dimensions: 17.8 x 0.7 x 25.4 cm

Available from Amazon in the UK, Europe, USA, Canada and Australia.  If you’re somewhere where you can’t buy from Amazon, contact us to arrange mail order 😀

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NB: for those in the UK who don’t like to shop online, contact us to mail order and pay by cheque

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How Many Friends Could A Bibbolybob Make If A Bibbolybob Came To Earth?

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How many friends could a Bibbolybob make if a Bibbolybob came to Earth?

A delightful and eccentric story about an alien visitor to Earth, keen to make as many friends as he can and find out about the different types of Earthling.  This story introduces small children to the numbers zero to ten and teaches them about the different types of Earthling – herbivore, omnivore and carnivore.

Without detracting from the charming story, the book subtly shows that if an alien with x-ray vision did come to Earth to learn about Earthlings he would certainly deduce that humans fit in to the herbivore (plant-eating) category.  A big and beautifully illustrated, colourful book.

Lovely 😀

Author:  Edward Benn

Illustrator:  Juliet Mahoney

Genre: Juvenile fiction/early learning.

Recommended for reading to/with under fives.

Published:     7 June 2015

Format:  Paperback (68 pages)

ISBN-13:  978-1979954167

Dimensions:  21.6 x 0.4 x 27.9 cm

Available from Amazon in the UK, Europe, USA, Canada and Australia.  If you’re somewhere where you can’t buy from Amazon, contact us to arrange mail order 😀

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NB: for those in the UK who don’t like to shop online, contact us to mail order and pay by cheque

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