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Steven the Vegan ❃ [EPUB] ✻ Steven the Vegan By Dan Bodenstein ➜ – Thomashillier.co.uk On a field trip to a local farm sanctuary Steven s classmates learn that eat is a vegan Steven proceeds to explain to them what that means and why animals are his friends, not his food The story teach On a field trip to a local farm sanctuary Steven s classmates learn that eat is a vegan Steven proceeds to explain to them what Steven the PDF \ that means and why animals are his friends, not his food The story teaches children where their food comes from, and why Steven has chosen not to partake of foods that come from them It is a lightweight tale that teaches one aspect of a vegan lifestyle, and help vegan children learn ways of explaining their lifestyle to others.

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  • Paperback
  • 38 pages
  • Steven the Vegan
  • Dan Bodenstein
  • English
  • 24 September 2019
  • 0984322892

About the Author: Dan Bodenstein

Creative writing was always something I loved to do in school I ll admit, I m not the best with grammar, or spelling, but I Steven the PDF \ love to write because it allows me to express my imagination When I saw Eartha, a Loggerhead sea turtle, released back into the wild I was compelled to write a children s book about her, and I did The Tale of Eartha the Sea Turtle explores how man s pollution affects the ocean life around us I didn t want to stop there, I began my second book, Steven the Vegan, which explores some difficulties facing vegan children today, mainly explaining to their schoolmate my animals are friends, not foodThe adventure won t stop there, I have several other stories I am working on including a sci fi fantasy novel called The Gaia Code Keep up to date on my blog forinformation on upcoming projects.



10 thoughts on “Steven the Vegan

  1. Peacegal Peacegal says:

    Steven the Vegan is an adorable little book, similar in tone and audience with another recent picture book for veg n children, Harmony on the Farm Steven appears to be the only vegan in his classroom One day, his small class takes a trip to a local farm animal sanctuary As Steven introduces his classmates to his animal friends, he explains what a vegan is and why he is one At the end of the story, a few of his classmates have decided to become vegans as well Like Harmony on the Farm, Steven Steven the Vegan is an adorable little book, similar in tone and audience with another recent picture book for veg n children, Harmony on the Farm Steven appears to be the only vegan in his classroom One day, his small class takes a trip to a local farm animal sanctuary As Steven introduces his classmates to his animal friends, he explains what a vegan is and why he is one At the end of the story, a few of his classmates have decided to become vegans as well Like Harmony on the Farm, Steven the Vegan is a wonderful resource to explain the family dietary motives to children who are too young or sensitive for the comparatively harsh realities on display in the books That s Why We Don t Eat Animals and Vegan is Love Veganism is explained in an upbeat, positive way that won t upset youngsters The message that we see over and over is that Steven loves animals, they are his friends, so he doesn t eat them Also like Harmony on the Farm, Steven the Vegan ends on a happy but unrealistic note After meeting farm animals and hearing about Steven s veganism, the young child s friends vow to go vegan, as well Children who assume they can similarly convert omnivorous classmates might be set up for disappointment Unfortunately, as with other books of this nature, it s doubtful many children from meat eating families will be allowed to read this book, despite its harmless tone Steven gives a rather unusual reason for not eating eggs He says that if people didn t eat eggs, they would hatch into cute baby chicks Yet this is only true of chicken eggs that are fertilized, which the vast majority sold for human consumption are not Rather, the reason for avoiding eggs hinges on the fact that nearly all egg laying hens in the US live miserable, closely caged lives Steven could have explained this in a less upsetting,age appropriate way The hens aren t treated very nice I like hens running around in the sun with their families much better, or something The illustrations have that polished, CGI look of many modern TV cartoons, but they are still cute and much better done than many self published books However, any school or public librarian can tell you that this book won t hold up to multiple checkouts The binding is unfortunately flimsy andsuited to a coloring book than one which will be loved and read again and again The title of the book is also not printed upon the spine, meaning it will be sadly overlooked on the shelf This sweet story deserves better packaging

  2. David L Haney David L Haney says:

    Great kids book Adults should read it too This is a great book for kids and adults to learn just one aspect of why we should not eat animal products

  3. Mary Mary says:

    This was absolutely adorable, though of course, unrealistic Great for teaching kids though, but does maybe perpetuate the idea that one small explanation can convince everyone to go vegan

  4. Amy Amy says:

    My kids likes itthan we do, so that s good.

  5. Marta Veenhof Marta Veenhof says:

    Amazing short book for children about what makes a vegan and shows them that bacon, milk, etc all come from cute animals Super cute art Must have read for the little ones.

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