TEENAGE VEGAN BOOKS
GENERATION V: THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO GOING, BEING, AND STAYING VEGAN AS A TEENAGER
'You're living under your parents' roof, you probably don't buy your own groceries, and your friends, family, and teachers might look at you like you're nuts. So, how do you do it?'
Published by Tofu Hound/ PM Press. Printed in the USA on recycled paper by a co-operative.
LILY BOWERS AND THE UNINVITED GUEST
Get ready to dive into the magical world of Lily Bowers, the 1st of a must-read middle grade series that shows kids they can make a difference! The ebook is currently free – woot, woot!
Ten-year-old Lily Bowers discovers that she has an extraordinary gift – she can talk to animals.
MILLENNIAL VEGAN - TIPS FOR NAVIGATING RELATIONSHIP, WELLNESS, AND EVERYDAY LIFE AS A YOUNG ANIMAL ADVOCATE
Dr. Casey T. Taft
'Millennial Vegan offers support to this important group by providing tips for advocacy, strategies for communicating with supportive peers, dealing with bullying and managing anger, advice on issues related to dating, and information on maintaining personal well-being.'
BE MORE VEGAN: THE YOUNG PERSON'S GUIDE TO A PLANT-BASED LIFESTYLE
'It explains the reasons behind going vegan, including environmental, health and animal welfare benefits, in clear and simple language that helps young people make up their own minds. It answers all the nagging questions about nutrition and ethics, as well as giving bang-up-to-date information about the best vegan ingredients, substitutions and food hacks.
Best of all, it contains over 35 mouthwatering recipes for every situation, from lunchbox staples to midweek meals, and moreish snacks to amazing cakes and desserts. '
Published by Wellbeck, printed in Dubai
'Alex As Well is a pioneering young adult story which explores issues of gender, identity and sexuality in a frank and unembellished way. Alex speaks directly to you and the reader gains immense insight into the challenges she faces - which are more universal than might be expected. Through her mum's resistance to her newfound vegetarianism to her wardrobe predicaments, Alex remains courageous, funny and enlightening.'
Published by Curious Fox
SCARS: A BLACK LESBIAN EXPERIENCE IN RURAL WHITE NEW ENGLAND
A. Breeze Harper
Scars is a novel about whiteness, racism, and breaking past the normative boundaries of heterosexuality, as experienced through eighteen year old Savannah Penelope Sales. Savannah is a Black girl, born and raised in a white, working class, and rural New England town.