Santa’s First Vegan Chirstmas
Author: Robin Raven · Subject: Children’s
This year, experience the holidays with a story of love, peace, and compassion.
Meet Dana, a forthright and fun-loving reindeer who lives in the Arctic. On Christmas Eve, she meets Santa Claus, who has come looking for reindeer to pull his sleigh. Dana gently opens Santa s eyes to how we can be more kind to animals. Together they take off on a journey around the world, spreading far more than holiday cheer and giving far more than presents.
By the time the sun rises on Christmas Day, things will never be the same!
About the Author
Author and actress Robin Raven grew up in Saraland, Alabama. She holds a BFA from the School of Visual Arts and is now furthering her education. Robin blogs at RobinRaven.com and loves to connect with readers on social media. She often has her feet on a dance floor or her nose in a book, and delicious vegan food rocks her world.
“Santa’s First Vegan Christmas is a holiday jewel that is sure to inspire and help guide children of all ages to greater compassion and understanding. Beautiful full-color illustrations delight the eyes while poetic lines unfold a new version of Clement Moore s Christmas classic.” – Dr. Will Tuttle, best-selling author
“Santa’s First Vegan Christmas is a first! Beautifully written and stunningly illustrated, this wonderful book shows clearly how all of Earth’s residents, nonhuman and human alike, benefit when kindness, compassion, peace, and love are abundantly extended to all beings. It’s a win-win for everyone. I hope this lovely and most important book will find its way into all schools, libraries, homes, and hearts. Congratulations to Robin Raven and Kara Maria Schunk for taking the time to produce this landmark book. It really is that good.” – Marc Bekoff, author of numerous books including the award-winning children’s book Jasper’s story: Saving moon bears (with Jill Robinson) and Rewilding Our Hearts: Building Pathways of Compassion and Coexistence
“This disarming, beautiful book reads like a collaboration between Dr Seuss and Grandma Moses. And how refreshing to encounter the classic Santa Claus story rendered into an uplifting tale of love and respect for all who may enjoy life.” – Jonathan Balcombe, author of What a Fish Knows