Heal The Planet, Heal Your Soul: Awaken Through Veganism by Renee Raia explores unity consciousness and the sacred connection of energy that we all share. Dive deeper into the potential for healing and purification made possible through a healthy and compassionate vegan diet, spiritual awakening and meditation, and an understanding of Mother Nature and our role in her conservation.
Esther the Wonder Pig: Changing the World One Heart at a Time by Steve Jenkins and Derek Walters with Caprice Crane follows Steve and Derek’s adventure–from reluctant pig parents to farm-owning advocates for animals.
Don’t have a Cow! for lunch.: A book about why cows want us all to be vegan by Wendi Tooth is the perfect conversation starter. This picture book discusses the impact of factory farming on the environment and a brief look at what the cows are forced to endure so we can have dairy and processed beef.
What in the World Are We Eating?: The Physical, Mental, and Social Effects of Eating Animals by Temitope Sonuyi. By exploring the physical, mental, and social repercussions of eating animals vs. plants, the author draws a distinct line in the sand that cuts across our economy, biology, health, gender, love, war, religion, and consciousness.
A Vegan Planet: Your guide to a life transforming journey by Jeff Letendre is a guide providing clear and scientific answers to your questions debunking the many myths surrounding veganism. Diet, essential nutrients, meal planning, industrial farming, environmental issues, health, the economy, vegan athletes, vivisection, and frequently asked questions are some of the many topics covered in this book.
Radical Revolution: The fight for animal liberation by Stephen Saunders. Veganism is more than a healthy lifestyle choice—it’s a moral imperative. Society continues to engage in widespread animal oppression, slaughtering billions of helpless living creatures each year. Vivisectionists and researchers torture and kill in the name of science, while corporations and governments plunder nature’s last remaining treasures.
Amazon Book Dsscription This is an account of industrialized killing from a participant’s point of view. The author, political scientist Timothy Pachirat, was employed undercover for five months in a Great Plains slaughterhouse where 2,500 cattle were killed per day—one every twelve seconds. Working in the cooler as a liver hanger, in the chutes as a cattle driver, and on the kill floor as a food-safety quality-control worker, Pachirat experienced firsthand the realities of the work of killing in modern society. He uses those experiences to explore not only the slaughter industry but also how, as a society, we facilitate violent labor and hide away that which is too repugnant to contemplate. Shop Now @ Amazon
Amazon Book Description Using humor and reason, Sherry F. Colb takes these questions at face value and also delves deeply into the motivations behind them, coming up with answers that are not only intelligent but insightful about human nature. Through examples, case studies, and clear-eyed logic, she provides arguments for everything from why veganism is compatible with the world’s major religions to why vegetarianism is not enough. In the end, she shows how it is possible for vegans and non-vegans to engage in a mutually beneficial conversation without descending into counterproductive name-calling, and to work together to create a more hospitable world for human animals and non-human animals alike. Shop Now @ Amazon