ANIMAL LIBERATION –Peter Singer. The book that started a revolution (1975). Unrhetorical and unemotional, Singer bases his case on moral positions already widely accepted. 1st Harper Perennial Edition 2009, 356pp 5¼x8" $14.99.
ANIMAL PERSUASION: A Guide for Ethical Vegans & Animal Advocates in Managing Life’s Emotional Challenges —April Lang. 2016, 108pp 6x9¼” $7.00.
The ANIMALS’ VEGAN MANIFESTO —Sue Coe. Thought-provoking small art book of graphic wood-carved prints. Shows an outraged view of the myriad ways humans torment, torture, and slaughter animals—concluding with the creatures’ plea for a vegan world. 2017, 119pp 5x6” $15.00.
The CASE FOR ANIMAL RIGHTS –Prof. Tom Regan. The classic argument for rights independent of utility. 2nd ed. 2004, 425pp 5½x8¼” $21.95.
DO UNTO ANIMALS: A Friendly Guide to How Animals Live, and How We Can Make Their Lives Better —Tracey Stewart with illustrations by Lisel Ashlock. Full-color illustrations throughout. 2015, 199pp 7½x9” $19.95.
EVERY TWELVE SECONDS: Industrialized Slaughter and the Politics of Sight -Timothy Pachirat. First-hand account of animal suffering and the lives of workers at a modern slaughter-house details everyday operations of such facilities and how its realities are hidden from plain sight. 2011, 302pp 5½x8¼” $20.00.
GROWL: Life Lessons, Hard Truths, and Bold Strategies from an Animal Advocate—Kim Stallwood. A memoir that weaves together personal narrative, social history, and theories of activism to get readers to rethink their animal advocacy. 2014, 248pp 6x9” $20.00.
KINSHIP WITH ALL LIFE –J. Allen Boone. Communicating with our animal friends. 1976 edition, 157pp 5¼x8" $12.00.
MY GENTLE BARN: Creating a Sanctuary Where Animals Heal and Children Learn to Hope—Ellie Laks. Full of tender moments of healing, delightful barnyard antics, and wrenching stories of rescuing animals from the worst imaginable circumstances. Rehabilitated animals become healthy and in turn help heal at-risk, inner-city, and special-needs children. 2014, 269pp 6½x9½” hard $25.00.
The LUCKY ONES: My Passionate Fight for Farm Animals —Jenny Brown with Gretchen Primack. This is a memoir with a mission to bring a voice to the voiceless creatures. Author shares her life story from a child with bone cancer and amputee to her current role as co-founder and director of Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary. Jenny takes readers through the development of her keen interest in animal cruelty issues and a decade of soul-searching and undercover assignments filming animal abuse to find her true devotion. 16pp full-color photos. 2012, 303pp 6¼x9¼” hard $26.00.
ON THEIR OWN TERMS: Animal Liberation for the 21st Century –Lee Hall. A look at the Animal Rights movement, our part in the current ecological crises, and a call for social change. 2016, 174pp 6x9" $14.99.
The PIG WHO SANG TO THE MOON: The Emotional World of Farm Animals –Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson. A revealing look at the personalities of animals commonly eaten. 2003, 288pp 6½x9½" $15.00.
PLEASURABLE KINGDOM: Animals and the Nature of Feeling Good —Jonathan Balcombe. Fascinating discussion about animals sharing our capacity for pleasure, and the ethical implications of that. 2007, 282pp 5x7¾" $15.00.
WHAT A FISH KNOWS: The Inner Lives of Our Underwater Cousins- Jonathan Balcombe. 2016, 289pp 5¾x8½” hard $27.00.
WHY WE LOVE DOGS, EAT PIGS, AND WEAR COWS: An Introduction to Carnism. The Belief System That Enables Us to Eat Some Animals and Not Others –Melanie Joy, PhD. Examines conscious and unconscious choices made by meat-eating and vegetarian cultures. Explains why people eat meat – not just why they should not. Fosters understanding and dialogue. 2010, 204pp 5¾x8¾" $19.95.
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