ROXI the Rescue Dog - Helps the Chickens: A Cute, Fun and Ethical Story about Helping Animals for Preschool Children Ages 3-5 (ROXI Helps the Animals) Paperback – Large Print, July 26, 2019
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The Stories: Roxi is a rescue dog with a nice life. She wants all the animals in the world to have a nice life too. In each story she finds happy animals and sad animals. With her Super Hero powers and her message about kindness, Roxi helps the sad animals to become happy animals. Through age-appropriate content and cute illustrations, each story focuses on a specific animal and a corresponding animal welfare issue.
For young children, the stories are fun and entertaining promoting kindness towards animals; however, for the adult (parent, grandparent, care-giver, or educator) reading to the child, the author's intent is a deeper message about animal welfare and how we all can help.
- Publisher : Carolyn Drew (July 26, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 34 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1999179021
- ISBN-13 : 978-1999179021
- Reading age : 2 - 5 years
- Item Weight : 3.67 ounces
- Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.08 x 8.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,357,916 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Children learn that if they see something wrong they can take action to change it. It also carries the message of sharing with others your challenges.
Animal rights groups should include this book in their libraries for their children and new members.
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For gods sake, in order for the industry to make money, the male chicks are discarded (literally macerated alive in a machine or suffocated in large plastic bags) and that the females are made to unnaturally lay several hundred eggs a year, depleting their bodies and making them very, very sick.
The bottom line is that they all end up at the slaughterhouse and killed, having only lived about 1/4 how long they could have otherwise lived. What a horrific existence.
Yes, it is horrendous. Let’s respect our children enough to not tell them the opposite.
Happy chickens? Not a lie I want my daughter being told.