We’re excited for “Megan the Vegan,” a new children’s book out of Ireland
Fewer things are better for a child than reading out loud to them. Going over storybooks with your little one is an excellent way to teach them about the world around them, enrich their vocabulary, and promote excellent cognitive skills. Children’s books about veganism are more popular now than they’ve ever been, and a brand-new one out of Ireland is about the hit the shelves. Megan the Vegan is a collaboration between Paul Finan, a writer out of County Wicklow, and illustrator Áine McGuinness, who lives off the east Irish coast.
Released just last December, the book is a story of a girl’s journey into lifelong vegan habits. “Megan The Vegan Is a beautifully illustrated book about a young girl who discovers where meat comes from for the first time. This marks her first steps into her life’s adventures as an animal rescuer.” Now, if that doesn’t give you the feel-goods, I don’t know what will! Children are compassionate and empathetic, and a world with more vegan children looks absolutely wonderful.
The book is available for purchase in both paper and audio formats, and can be ordered immediately.