Cow In A Bun

Cow In A Bun

Lily, a talking cow and other farm animals, teach a little girl and boy named Isabelle and Tommy about vegetarianism, animal suffering, power and freedom of choice, and effects of good and bad actions.

“Do animals have feelings? Isabelle asked.

“Yes, they do” replied Lily. “Some of us can even cry tears like you.”

In this book, Lily will share information that is usually kept hidden from children. Kids everywhere will be happy to learn the secrets that Lily told Isabelle and Tommy.

What people are saying ...

“Cow in a Bun is a deep felt book that will help children gently awaken to the cruelty of killing animals for food from the subtle animal point of view. It is a powerful support for the sensitive vegan message in Conscious Parenting. Excellent work.”

Rabbi Gabriel Cousens, M.D, D.D, Author of Conscious Parenting, Conscious Eating and Spiritual Nutrition 

“I greatly enjoyed reading Cow In A Bun. The illustrations are adorable, the characters’ emotive expressions and the soft line work and coloring helping to convey as gently as possible the story’s difficult subject matter.”

Wolf Gordon Clifton, Executive Director of Animal People Forum 

“A tough and profound story, and I could imagine that almost any child would become vegan after reading it. Yes, the message is strong.”

Dr. Doug Graham, Author of The 80/10/10

“Many children naturally and authentically care about animals.  Far too often, though, they learn to ‘outgrow’ their caring so they can make it in the ‘real’ world.  But what if their caring is real?  Shouldn’t we help them to express their compassion, rather than suppress it?  Cow in a Bun is for every child, of whatever age, who believes that love is real, and when we care about each other and animals, we become stronger.”  

John Robbins, Author and President of the Food Revolution Network