Cover for the book, Lena of Vegitopia. Features a cartoon picture of two children, one blond-haired girl with a crown and one young girl with brown hair, both on green grass with a blue sky.

Lena of Vegitopia

Author: Sybil Severin

Reading age: 2 to 6 years old

Last Updated: 7 June 2023Published On: 3 March 2017

Lena of Vegitopia is a vegan-themed fairy tale about how one brave girl stands up for her animal friends and rescues them from being eaten.

Cover for the book, Lena of Vegitopia. Features a cartoon picture of two children, one blond-haired girl with a crown and one young girl with brown hair, both on green grass with a blue sky.

Lena of Vegitopia

Author: Sybil Severin

Reading age:2 to 6 years old

Last Updated: 7 June 2023Published On: 3 March 2017

Lena of Vegitopia is a vegan-themed fairy tale about how one brave girl stands up for her animal friends and rescues them from being eaten.

NOTES FROM THE PUBLISHER

Lena of Vegitopia and the Mystery of the Missing Animals Overview

Lena of Vegitopia and the Mystery of the Missing Animals is a vegan-themed fairy tale about how one brave little girl stands up for the animal friends of her land and helps rescue them from being eaten.

The book promotes messages of kindness, compassion, and action and shows that magical things can happen when you harness the power of veggies.

About the Author

Sybil Severin is the author of Lena of Vegitopia.

Editorial Reviews

“I was a little worried that this story would be too traumatic for my 4-year old (she is really sensitive about kidnapped baby animals!), but the book doesn’t show any pictures of the baby animals locked up so it didn’t produce any tears. It was also refreshing that Lena and Carnista didn’t argue about “eating baby animals is wrong,” since any child inherently understands that taking baby animals from their parents is bad. Instead, Lena frees the animals simply by offering a piece of cake – an approach to vegan activism that usually works…Overall, Lena is a cute book which won’t just reaffirm the decision not to eat meat, but teaches children how to deal with the meat-eaters they encounter” – Diane Vukovic, VegBooks. “Lena of Vegitopia and the Mystery of the Missing Animals.” 13 September 2014 

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