Where are you going Deidra?

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For the ebook click here, for a rhyming version of this story click here

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Where are you going Deidra?  the ebook (mobi/kindle) is available to buy at The Vegan Bookstore

The rhyming version of this story is included in the compilation paperback of rhyming stories:

Why are you a vegan?” and other wacky verse for kids.

"Why are you a vegan?" and other wacky verse for kids

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75 thoughts on “Where are you going Deidra?

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    • It is rare but actually this story is based on true events. An Australian dairy farmer, who always considered himself kind to his animals, noticed one of his dairy cows kept disappearing. Long story short, when he realised the suffering he’d been causing he gave up dairy farming and became vegan 🙂

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  4. interesting, very interesting. has a bit of humor that everyone can understand globally, and your message of saving animals are clearly there, but not in a violent way. keep up the good work!

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  5. I really like the idea of your drawings, comics to make children know it’s better not to eat animals. I’m a vegetarian as well.

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  7. I read this beautiful story to my little grandniece today. I am torn between my antipathy toward fairy stories and my belief that when one dreams big, anything is possible. Today I came down on the side of utopia. :).

    Will link Deirdra to my blog within the next week.

    Aron in California

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  8. This just plain wonderful! This may be the way to get people to think about the emotions of animals. A wonderful story for children and adults alike. It is a wonderful mission. Thank you for what you do for God’s non-human creatures.

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