The Best Vegan Books For Young Readers

Start your kids early with these cool vegan books.

If you are married and have kids around, and if you are vegan, most of the time it would be quite a challenge to have your kids start being vegan as well at an early age. This is usually the case for those who are just starting to go vegan and their kids are already used to the non-vegan meals.

Now here is a very good way to start your kids with being vegan. If you’re kids are really fond of books and reading, then this list of books will be a great help. You can opt for other means in order to encourage your young ones to eat veggies and fruits to replace the meat and dairy they are used to. There are now tons of different means and even recipes that will make kids enjoy being vegan.

Now if you are infants and toddlers, then these books will be a great addition to their collection of toys and books. They are very educational, fun and your aid in making your kids become vegan without any problem at all. Plus they could be great gifts for the kids this Christmas.

Check out the list below.

5 Amazing Vegan Books For Very Young Readers



That’s Why We Don’t Eat Animals by Ruby Roth

In this straightforward book, Roth introduces the concepts of vegetarianism and veganism to the young reader. The plight of factory-farmed animals is discussed throughout the story with a focus on actions children can take to be compassionate in their everyday life.



Herb, the Vegetarian Dragon by Jules Bass

Herb is a special dragon who likes to grow vegetables in his garden and tries to bring peace between the carnivorous dragons and the knights of the kingdom. How will he react when he is faced with the tough decision of eating meat to save his own life?



Big Blue Sky: A Christmas Story by Violet’s Vegan Comics

This story brings you into the world of two turkeys living on a free-range farm. They are dreaming of seeing the big blue sky even though they don’t really believe it exists. Will the turkeys experience a Christmas miracle?



Lena of Vegitopia and the Mystery of the Missing Animals by Sybil Severin

Baby animals across the kingdom are going missing. Lena of Vegitopia and Princess Vegi-Terry-Anne join forces to find the culprit of the disappearances. Will the evil queen Carnista change her ways? This vegan take on classic fairy tales is sure to keep young ones captivated.



Santa’s First Vegan Christmas by Robin Raven

Dana, a fun-loving reindeer meets Santa on Christmas Eve. They embark on a journey together that will take them all over the world to spread holiday cheer and give presents to all the children. Dana teaches Santa how we can all be more kind to animals along the way. Who knows what will happen on Christmas morning after Santa’s first vegan Christmas?



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