Being vegan is the most positive, life-changing, world-changing thing you can do, and these days it’s so easy.  Being vegan is refusing to collaborate in violence.  Being vegan is being strong enough, and brave enough, and loving enough to go against the majority and stand up for those who can’t stand up for themselves.   Being vegan is taking direct action to save lives – and what could be cooler than that?

The Vegan Children’s Stories website is full of fun, exciting, funny stories about children who, growing up vegan, have battles to fight, victories to win, games to play and cakes to eat.  Here, all the stories and comics are free to read and always will be, but for those who want to hold an actual book in their hands (and you really can’t beat that can you?) you can pop over to our sister site (Violet’s Vegan Books for Children) and choose from our ever growing selection of paperbacks 😉 

From pre-schoolers to teenagers, there are stories for children everywhere, some of which are read out loud for you to enjoy, plus nursery rhymes, poems for older readers, short videos and things to make and do for your amusement 🙂  The selection is continually growing so keep coming back – and tell your friends!

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We hope you enjoy it 🙂

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  4. I’m happy to hear you like my writing style, its been a long trial of getting used to it, because of how I write its been hard for me to share my writing so hearing that people like it and my characters is always wonderful for my soul. 🙂

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  6. I’ve always been a huge fan of your blog! (This is Eva Xanthopoulos – PoeteX, by the way.) I’m writing to you from yet another new blog. What can I say? I love blogging. 😀 And I’m sure you can say the same. Glad you liked the vegan curried cauliflower recipe. As I’m shifting to a more vegan diet, I’ve been having a lot of fun coming up with creative dishes.

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  7. Hi Violet, WOW, I LOVE your blog!! I came here with the intention of saying hello and wanting to thank you for liking one of my posts and I’m so glad I did. As soon as I came here and was greeted with all the bright colors and drawings I felt happy. The vibe here is fun and I look forward to hearing the message. Thank you ~Steph

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  8. Hi, Thanks so much for visiting my blog and liking my post and drawing “The Little Bird That Paused Among the Neurons.” Your site is very cool and there is so much here—wonderful! Nancy


  9. Thanks for the visit and liking ‘A Magic Window’. I appreciate that! You have a very interesting blog! One that I will be sure to read more of…


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