An accessible guide to the issues around animal welfare for young people examining how the everyday choices they make affect animals and the environment
This guide for older children and young teenagers demystifies the morals and ethics around animals, wildlife and the environment.
How can we follow a cruelty-free diet? What are the ethics around pet ownership? What are the issues around show animals—zoos, circuses, and holiday attractions? Why are insects important? This essential book teaches us how to question ourselves, our family, our friends, and society, and make the right choices to live a cruelty-free life
Linda Newbery is an award-winning author of fiction for children, teenagers, and adults, as well as a long-term supporter of welfare and environmental organizations, including Greenpeace, the RSPCA, and Extinction Rebellion. Her young adult novel Set in Stone won the Costa Children’s Prize in 2006, and was also nominated for the Carnegie Medal.