From the blurb:
In Vegan Is Love, author-illustrator Ruby Roth introduces young readers to veganism as a lifestyle of compassion and action. Broadening the scope of her popular first book That’s Why We Don’t Eat Animals, Roth illustrates how our daily choices ripple out locally and globally, conveying what we can do to protect animals, the environment, and people across the world. Roth explores the many opportunities we have to make ethical decisions: refusing products tested on or made from animals; avoiding sea parks, circuses, animal races, and zoos; choosing to buy organic food; and more. Roth’s message is direct but sensitive, bringing into sharp focus what it means to “put our love into action.” Featuring empowering back-of-the-book resources on action children can take themselves, this is the next step for adults and kids alike to create a more sustainable and compassionate world.If you really want to empower your kid, make sure they get plenty of meat in their diet. They might get empowered enough kick ass on the climbing wall.
And here's a newspaper article about the apparently somewhat controversial book. The article ends with helpful tips from 'experts' for helping your kid go vegan. Is there anything more useless than an expert in child veganism? Well, perhaps a reporter who quotes them.