Ruby Roth is an artist, designer, writer, and blogger with degrees in Art and American Studies; she’s now in her tenth year of living vegan. Ruby speaks with ARZone about her latest children's book "V is for Vegan: The ABC's of Being Kind", why she wrote it, and for whom it is intended. Ruby also talks about the importance of compassion and positive interaction, about how the increasing popularity of books about veganism has affected her, and about the children she has been able to reach with her work. Audio podcast, approx 28 mins.
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Ruby is the author of children’s books, including 2009’s That’s Why We Don’t Eat Animals, 2012’s Vegan is Love: Having Heart and Taking Action, and her new book, due for release on August 6, 2013 called V Is for Vegan: The ABCs of Being Kind.
Ruby’s books, which she writes to help teach children to love deeply, think critically and act responsibly, have been translated into several languages. Her newest book hopes to introduce children between the ages of 3 and 7 to the ABCs of a compassionate lifestyle.
You can learn more about Ruby, her books, her speaking tours, and read her blog at wedonteatanimals.com.