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Reviewed by Andreea Tudosa for Readers' Favorite
What motivates people’s choices? When it comes to veganism you’ll find many answers in the environmentally friendly book Why Is Eleu a Vegan? by Dr. Dada. Interestingly enough, the book starts with a non-choice, which is that Eleu, a hip rainbow-haired tomboy girl, was born vegan. But the story does go into detail on making informed choices about the food we put in our bodies and the impact that it has on the environment. The story starts by asking the reader to take a step back from all assumptions. After all, being open to various world views is the only way books such as this one help our growth.
Whimsical pictures of Eleu that pop out of the blue (or, should we say, yellow-colored pages) grab you in a playful way. They are sure to captivate even the most fidgety readers. Dr. Dada’s writing style is down-to-earth, with just the right amount of quirkiness. As a parent of a vegan child, I feel that this book may be helpful for my child to share with their friends. Why Is Eleu a Vegan? isn’t just about being vegan. It’s teaching children about acceptance, and kindness, and building a world where all creatures thrive side by side. How amazing is that? The book feels like a cozy chat you would have with a friend. One thing that good friends do is listen. With Eleu, you can only listen carefully and smile in gratitude.