Thursday, July 2, 2009
Practical Guide to Animal Rights: Book by PETA
Many of us who are interested in animal rights have seen bookstores chock full of philosophical essays about animals, vegetarian cookbooks, and a plethora of activism guides, but there has never been one book that was all about animal rights, PETA style—until now.
Introducing The PETA Practical Guide to Animal Rights: Simple Acts of Kindness to Help Animals in Trouble, the new book by PETA President and cofounder Ingrid E. Newkirk.
The PETA Practical Guide to Animal Rights: is an exciting step-by-step, issue-by-issue guide for effectively advocating for animals in your daily life. In this book, you will learn all about how PETA began, read the real life stories of animals who have been saved and animals who have been lost, learn how to eat healthfully and compassionately, read the reasons why it's vital to adopt animals rather than support puppy mills, learn how to make your vote count and change public opinion and how to switch easily to cruelty-free cosmetics and clothing, and find many more terrific suggestions for living an animal-friendly lifestyle.
Compassionate celebrities are singing the praises of this complete, all encompassing work:
"This book is the ultimate animal rights encyclopedia—chock-full of facts and resources that will guide you at home, in the marketplace, in life."
"A terrific book that uplifts you by showing you there are easy, sensible, clear ways to help animals that you might never have dreamt of."
Whether you're a long-time activist looking for inspiration or new to the world of compassionate living, this book invites you to become the best advocate for animals that you can possibly be. This is animal rights the PETA way and the perfect way to help neighbors, friends, and family "get it."
Order the book here:
Forget yourself for others, and others will never forget you.