However, Dr. Raising vegan kids goes further than what you put on their plate. These books are fantastic ways to explain veganism to your children in a friendly, accessible way. In depicting animals both in their wild, free and happy state and contrasting this with animals in factory conditions, Ruby Roth does a fantastic and courageous job of highlighting these growingly important issues in a way children can absorb and appreciate.
Again with her heartwarming yet sage illustrations, Roth explains how things like avoiding sea life centers, circuses, leather, and products tested on animals while instead of buying local and organic food can all make a huge difference in creating a fairer, more compassionate world. Rex that prefers to pick vegetables instead of prey on his leaf-eating neighbors. Dinosaur lover Ruth Ann MacKenzie is confused - she knows everything about dinosaurs, so why is Linus so different? This adorable book cleverly brings home the truth about hunting fellow beings for food, and, with colorful illustrations that keep children engaged, is perfect for an eco-conscious story time.
Is it possible to be fit and athletic on a plant-based diet? You bet it is! These books show how eating plants not only sustains but can elevate your efforts in the gym. Read, learn, and get ready to up your fitness game. Starting out with the benefits of running on a plant-based diet more energy, faster recovery, weight loss , he goes on to provide tips on how to make new habits stick and get all the nutrients you need.
Frazier also provides meal plans and training plans for runners of all abilities, as well as guidance on improving performance and avoiding injuries. Starting with an explanation of why whole foods are nutritionally superior to processed foods for athletic performance, Brazier introduces his comprehensive week plan that will help any athlete enhance their performance and recovery time, and create healthier habits.
Expect over allergen-free recipes all geared for the ambitious athlete, including raw foods, homemade energy gels and sports drinks and of course those hearty recovery foods.
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Starting with a wake-up call on the eve of his 40th birthday, Rich vowed he would overhaul his diet to a fully unprocessed, plant-based one, as well as implement daily training to become his best self. What followed two years later was a series of staggering athletic accomplishments, from the elite Ultraman competition to the Epic5, showing that willpower and determination are really are all it takes.
Which of these vegan books have you read and have inspired you? Are any of these on your wishlist? Let us know in the comments below. About the Author. Alena has been eating a plant-based diet for 6 years and is passionate about sharing her learnings in the fields of nutrition, wellbeing, and vegan ethics. Alena received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy, and social work.
This page contains affiliate links. If you loved our site and would like to support us, you can do so by purchasing through our links. We receive a small commission at no extra charge for you. These two books were the basis for Cowspiracy and Dr. Hey Lauren, thanks so much for your feedback! We had to limit the number of books we featured so not everything could make the list. We already have some other ideas about what else to add. Thanks again for the input, we value it very much : Warmly, Alena. Thanks for your input, we will keep your suggestions in mind : Let me know if you need any support on your plant-based journey!
You can always join our free course or our FB group. Best wishes, Alena. I know what a tough field it is to pick from — there is such quality in the listings for vegan and plant-based books! I notice that several of my favorites are on your list as well. And it does beg the mention of so many other titles. I have a batch brewing in the kitchen as we speak. Dear Lani, always a pleasure to hear from you!
Your message is beautiful and resonates very much with us : So, of course your work had to be included here. We apparently have to overhaul the article soon and include some of the books people, including you, have mentioned here. Best of luck with everything you do! Thanks for making the world a brighter place. Love, Alena. Hi Alenawhy This is a fantastic list! Must have been the Internet goblins! Hey Wendy, thanks so much for your comment and checking out the article! We will try to overhaul the article soon so you can be featured, as well : Thanks again for reaching out to us!
Warmly, Alena. Thanks Alena, very useful guide. Good job on another great post :- Laura. Hey Laura, we love Neal Barnard! No idea he wrote the foreword to your book, how amazing… will go take a look asap. Thanks for checking in! Best, Alena. I was curious if you ever considered changing the layout of your site?
Its very well written; I love what youve got to say. But maybe you could a little more in the way of content so people could connect with it better. Youve got an awful lot of text for only having 1 or two pictures. Maybe you could space it out better?
Jan 29, Peter rated it liked it Shelves: library , representation-matters. The first is its young female protagonist, Ruth Ann, who loves the Museum of Natural History and knows everything about dinosaurs. EV also has a membership to a science museum and is obsessed with dinos, and this is the first time she has seen herself reflected in a book rather than reading those traits about a male character.
When she visits an exhibit whose facts she likely knows all about, she instead uses her imagination to transport herself on an adventure with a giant blue vegetarian T. Rex who eats all sorts of anachronistic fruits and veggies. And third, Linus is perfectly happy with being a different kind of T.
Rex and Ruth Ann comes to love him for it. Linus does neither. The art work is cartoonish and cute, with smiling anthropomorphized dinosaurs. Ruth Ann can seem a bit flat in comparison to Linus, who is like a more charismatic Barney The Dinosaur. Also, I appreciated a pair of feathered velociraptors, which speak to its publishing date.
Sep 06, Joella www. Ruth Ann liked going to the Museum of Natural History. Mostly because she loved natural history, and the museum naturally had quite a bit of history to explore. But her favorite part was the dinosaur exhibit.
She knew just about everything there was to know about dinosaurs. So when she discovered a new exhibit, she was very excited. But Linus was friendly. He showed her around, introduced her to other dinosaur friends, and even saved her from some pesky velociraptors.
When Ruth Ann questions Linus about it he says he is a vegetarian T. So, Ruth Ann learns a bit more about dinosaurs, and enjoys her visit with Linus. After a visit to the gift shop, Ruth Ann decides to find out what other new exhibits the Museum of Natural History has. This is a fun story. Rex around. And I really like the illustrations. The one spread where Linus has his head on the ground so that he can be almost eye-to-eye with Ruth Ann is especially great and I love how large Linus is compared to Ruth Ann…and how sharp his teeth are even though they have a few leafy veggies hanging from them.
Then are the funny pictures where a T. But mostly I like this book because Linus is just such a fun character. Especially when it seems that all he wants is to be friends with everyone? Nov 29, Barbara rated it liked it Shelves: dinosaurs , picture-book , unlikely-friendships , friendship , individuality , time-travel , survival , animals , science , self-esteem. Ruth Ann MacKenzie loves dinosaurs and knows just about everything you could want to know about them.
I liked the fact that Ruth Ann loves science and how the author uses verbs such as "attacked" unpaged , "cornered" unpaged , and "pounced" unpaged , leading readers to expect a violent assault on his next meal, which turns out to be some sort of plant, not an animal. When Ruth Ann tries to convince him that he is being untrue to his inner nature, he shows his ferocity by protecting her from a prehistoric threat. The illustrations, created with India ink and then colored on a computer with fingerprints and collage, are lively and will appeal to young readers.
Ruth Ann's innate curiosity about scientific topics is a good example for other students although the book could use some back matter to describe the true nature of the T-Rex and its eating habits. Nevertheless, young dinosaur fans will be drawn to this title. Nov 12, Brittany Kraft added it Shelves: children-s-literature. Ruth Ann is a young girl who loves history and visiting the Museum of Natural History. She knew about all of the exhibits, but the exhibit she knew the most about were the dinosaurs! A new exhibit had opened up called the Cretaceous Surprises exhibit, and she was looking forward to something new.
Ruth Ann is shocked to find herself face to face to a Tyrannosaurus Rex named Linus. He asks her to lunch and Ruth Ann tags along, and is surprised to see him eating nothing but vegetables. What kind of dinosaur has Ruth Ann come across, and could this possibly be dangerous?
Activity: Have students get into groups based off of their favorite place to go. They will then create a short story out of pictures about their favorite things to do at that place. Once they have finished, they will present to the rest of the classroom. Neubecker, R. Linus the vegetarian T. Jul 14, Vonia rated it really liked it Shelves: environmental-sciences , nature , childhood-reads. For how many of you knew there was a vegetarian dinosaur? The hypothesis is that they found themselves forced when in an area of no other herbivore competition.
Mar 07, Laura rated it liked it Shelves: picture-books , utah-authors. Linus likes tomatoes, broccoli, arugula, and lots of other veggies. As for the other dinosaurs he's supposed to be hunting, well, they all like him a lot because he is so nice to them. Bold illustrations that are full of action.
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Though the book talks about the main character's surprise at finding this unusual dinosaur, and the museum being full of surprises, for me there weren't a lot of surprises in the story because the title already kind of says it a Linus likes tomatoes, broccoli, arugula, and lots of other veggies. Though the book talks about the main character's surprise at finding this unusual dinosaur, and the museum being full of surprises, for me there weren't a lot of surprises in the story because the title already kind of says it all.
Feb 03, Meadow rated it really liked it Shelves: childrens.
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Well, I had to read it because I kind of made fun of it every time I saw the title. I would always say and it was funny to me every time Linus the Vegetarian T. Because, really, that t.
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But I read it, suspending reality, as one should read a children's book, and I thought it was cute. I like that the author makes this an adventure inside a museum, which promotes the awesomeness of museums. And trying to get kids to eat veggies is jus Well, I had to read it because I kind of made fun of it every time I saw the title.
And trying to get kids to eat veggies is just always a good idea. Sep 12, D. Ruth Ann Mackenzie is a member of the Museum of Natural History, she knows alot about Dinosaurs so she does not expect to be surprised when she goes to see the new Cretaceous Surprises Exhibition. But then she meets Linus the Vegetarian T. She is very surprised and a little perplexed as well. Rexs are supposed to be fierce predators aren't they? When they encounter velociraptors Linus proves he can be all that and still be himself too.
This is a cool story about somebody who dares to be dif Ruth Ann Mackenzie is a member of the Museum of Natural History, she knows alot about Dinosaurs so she does not expect to be surprised when she goes to see the new Cretaceous Surprises Exhibition. This is a cool story about somebody who dares to be different. And kids who like dinosaurs will love Linus. Jul 16, Melissa Rochelle rated it liked it Shelves: library , picture-books , read I liked the start -- a smart girl who loves the Natural History Museum and especially the dinosaur exhibit displays we vast knowledge of all things Dino.
But then she goes to a new exhibit at the museum and A vegetarian T. That didn't make sense to me. If the author was inspired by a dinosaur whose ancestors evolved from meat eaters to vegetarians -- that's awesome -- but stick with that dinosaur. I guess Linus the Vegetarian Falcarius utahensis isn't as catchy Jul 18, Marfita rated it liked it Shelves: children-s. I personally do not expect much from poetry books because it lacks the amount of content compared to story books and chapter books. This book definitely makes up for this issue with Shiver Me Timbers! Douglas Florian.
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