All American Vegan: Veganism for the Rest of Us


Full of delicious recipes, shopping, cooking and baking tips, as well as philosophy, trivia and humorous observations regarding the increasingly popular but frequently misunderstood vegan lifestyle, All American Vegan is the vegan cookbook San Francisco Book Review called “hilarious,” “entertaining,” and a “pleasure to read.” Inspired by the philosophy that the more familiar vegan food is, the easier being vegan becomes, All American Vegan is brimming with over 90 delicious recipes for veganized versions of America’s most popular dishes, including mac and cheese, BLTs, cinnamon rolls, onion rings, pancakes, “tuna”-melts, pudding, parfaits, apple pie a la mode, chocolate cake and a fried “chicken” that one reviewer said was so good it brought tears to his eyes.

The second edition has been expanded to include money saving tips, the myth of humane meat, a dining out guide, and more.

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An Animal Rights Perspective on Living with Companion Dogs & Cats.

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A film by Nathan Winograd

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Shelter killing is the leading cause of death for healthy dogs and cats in the United States. It doesn’t have to be. This is the story of animal sheltering, which was born of compassion and then lost its way. It is the story of the No Kill movement, which says we can and must stop the killing. It is about heroes and villains, betrayal and redemption. And it is about a social movement as noble and just as those that have come before. But most of all, it is a story about believing in the community and trusting in the power of compassion. A film based on the book of the same name.

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The companion book to the award-winning film contains information about the activists and communities highlighted in the movie, the cast and crew, the No Kill philosophy, the film’s transcript, what you can do, and more.

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Friendly Fire

When animal lovers learn about the tragic reality of cruelty and killing that is endemic at our nation’s “shelters,” and that the national organizations such as the Humane Society of the United States, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, and the ASPCA defend the killing and thwart reform efforts, the first—and the most logical—question that inevitably follows is: Why? Friendly Fire answers this often confounding question while telling the stories of animals who have become catalysts for change: Oreo, Ace, Patrick, Kapone, Hope, Scruffy, Jeri & Murray, and others.

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Redemption: The Myth of Pet Overpopulation & The No Kill Revolution in America


Redemption is being called “powerful and inspirational,” “ground-breaking,” and “a must read for anyone who cares about animals.” Winner of USA Book News Award for Best Book (Animals/Pets), a Best Book Muse Medallion winner by the Cat Writers Association of America, a Best Book nominee by the Dog Writers Association of America, winner of a Silver Medal from the Independent Publishers Association, and a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award for Excellence, the book shatters the notion that killing animals in U.S. shelters is an act of kindness.

Expanded and updated for 2009: The second edition includes a new foreword, an expanded discussion of the No Kill Equation (the formula for ending the killing of animals in shelters), and a new Appendix III on the need to legislate No Kill through shelter reform legislation, with a proposed model law. The foreword covers changes in the movement since Redemption was first released in 2007, responds to critics of the book, and talks about further successes in the No Kill revolution.

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Irreconcilable Differences: The Battle for the Heart and Soul of America’s Animal Shelters


Irreconcilable Differences is called “clear and rigorously reasoned,” “excellent reading,” “a real page turner,” “inspiring,” and “the perfect follow-up to Redemption by “the voice of America’s displaced pets and the conscience of the animal sheltering industry.” Winner of a bronze medal from the Independent Publishers Association and an Indie gold medal winner for Best Book (Animals/Pets).

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