Right now I’m reading a few different books, I like to have a lot so that I can switch around 🙂
First of all, I’m reading a book called Everything I never told you, by Celeste Ng! Which is really interesting and absorbing, I’m nearly finished it. Click here to see the book.
I am also reading daily instalments from a website called Violet’s Veg*an e-Comics, which has a whole load of my favourite comics on it, the current daily story is called The Rebel Gang and the Number Ciphers, which is a sort of spy mystery, very texture-rich and illustrative book, full of intrigue and curiosity.
I’m also reading Everyday Use by Alice Walker. It’s a really interesting book about Alice Walker’s short writings, and her creative influences, African American women’s art, and culture, and the rich tapestry of it all. It’s hard to describe, without quoting the descriptions of the book, but if you google it you’ll find more information 🙂
A lot of people eat animals. I don’t because I can’t separate Babe from bacon. Or sausages or ham, for that matter.
And sheep, sheep are beautiful. They play together, they play like dogs do. They have families and children and aunts and grandparents. They deserve love, and care. When you eat lamb, you eat someone’s baby.
People eat beef burgers all the time, not to mention drinking milk, eating cheese and all the other dairy products. But they don’t think about the beautiful and affectionate people they steal the milk from. That baby calf is your beef burger, and your leather shoes. That loving mother cow wants to keep her baby and feed him her milk.
I wouldn’t want to eat a person, like a chicken, because they are all people, they each have their own personalities – if you watch Chicken Run you will see how they each have a different personality. In the movie Babe you can see how all the different animals can communicate and co operate with one another.
I don’t know how anyone can see a fish without seeing a person! I would never eat a fish, because I love Dory, and Nemo, and his dad and all their friends. They are great people! You can’t eat a person.
And then there are lobsters – I can’t look at a lobster without thinking of Sebastian from The Little Mermaid. He’s amazing! You can’t eat him.
This is a collection of fairy tales which are sparklingly fascinating and unique. With misting of the wisdom of fables and the magic of Grimm’s faery tales, and the magic of everyday life. For children of all ages.
They all can be found for free on this website: click here