From Library Journal
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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The section on how they mistreat animals is enough to make you go vegan.Published 8 months ago by Martha McC.
Informative, but not preachy. You learn how to help animals without feeling pressured or overwhelmed.Published 9 months ago by Maegan M. Geleta
Non factual at best and a sensationalist diatribe about the evils of meat eaters and people who use animals and actually think that humans should be above animals on this ever... Read morePublished on July 7, 2008 by spinster
This book is ok. It has a lot of great websites and rescue orginizations. I would buy it more for the references than the writing.Published on July 12, 2007 by Becky Visco
Newkirk did the homwork, you just put her simple, excellent ideas into practice. That's it really. And, she lists these wonderful ideas in a non-threatening manner, so it's just a... Read morePublished on June 16, 2006 by Amy Guth
This amazing book begins with a chapter entitled "Who are animals?". In this chapter and throughout the book, Newkirk relates many beautiful stories that challenge our assumptions... Read morePublished on February 27, 2006 by Gwen
After reading this book, I feel happy knowing that by being a vegetarian, I'm not contributing towards the pain and suffering of animals. Read morePublished on February 17, 2003 by A. Vegan
This book provides a wealth of information in an easy to read format. It's an excellent choice for anyone who wants to do even a little to help the animals!Published on October 11, 1999 by Jennifer Baxter