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by Debbie Harter,Jules Bass

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  • ISBN 1905236476
  • ISBN13 978-1905236473
  • Language English
  • Author Debbie Harter,Jules Bass
  • Publisher Barefoot Books; New Ed edition (July 12, 2007)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats mobi txt lit doc
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1708 kb
  • Size Fb2 1568 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 208

All the dragons in the forest of Nogard like nothing better than raiding Castle Dark and carrying off princesses to eat all the dragons, that is, except one. Herb is at his happiest tending his vegetable patch, for Herb is a vegetarian. So it is unfortunate that he is the one captured by the castle s knights in armor. Treacherous Meathook and his dragon cronies will only help Herb if he agrees to eat meat will he give in to their blackmail? Jules Bass s lighthearted story combines with Debbie Harter s jaunty illustrations to make this a hilarious picture book that also offers young readers plenty of food for thought.

Amusing illustrations characterize both works; the recipes and safety tips in the cookbook will help kids enjoy cooking while learning good kitchen habits.

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While the other dragons in the forest of Nogard hunt princesses for dinner, Herb merrily tends to his vegetable garden and leek soup.

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AbeBooks Jules Bass s lighthearted story combines with Debbie Harter s jaunty illustrations to make this a hilarious picture book that also offers young readers plenty of food for thought.

Jules Bass s lighthearted story combines with Debbie Harter s jaunty illustrations to make this a hilarious picture book that also offers young readers plenty of food for thought. About the Author: Jules Bass, Jules Bass is the 'Bass' in Rankin/Bass Animated Entertainment, New York, producers of such films as The Hobbit, The Last Unicorn and The Little Drummer Boy.

In Herb, The Vegetarian Dragon, author Jules Bass instead presents a tale of acceptance, difference and compromise. Debbie Harter's illustrations are exquisite

In Herb, The Vegetarian Dragon, author Jules Bass instead presents a tale of acceptance, difference and compromise. Herb, as the title foretells, is a vegetarian dragon. The other dragons in the forest of Nogard are meat-eaters. Debbie Harter's illustrations are exquisite. Rich and colorful, full of small detail as well as huge characters, the pictures allow the book to reach that perfect combination of engrossing story and mesmerizing visuals. For the vegetarian child, Herb, The Vegetarian Dragon has the added benefit of presenting a happy character who is different because of what he eats. Herb is a wonderful role model. Herb, The Vegetarian Dragon. Written by Jules Bass Illustrated by Debbie Harter.

By Debbie Harter, Jules Bass. Herb and his dragon friends have some great recipe ideas for parties and for families. This book is perfect for sharing with an adult. Other Books You Might Like.

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Moogura
Not the best book for introducing vegetarianism to children. I was hoping to find a book that would help introduce the concept of being vegetarian to our toddler child. We are vegetarian for a variety of reasons but one of those is because we think it is the right thing to do morally. This book is more about promoting "acceptance" of all dietary choices. In the end, the meat eating dragons learn to be nice to Herb but that's about it. It doesn't explain why vegetarianism or veganism is important or why a family might make that decision. Overall, not what I was personally looking for this time.
Mautaxe
Thought this book would be a good way to introduce my son to the ideas of vegetarianism. He went through a spell where he made me read this book to him every night before bed. The story is a bit long but that wasn't really my reason for deducting a star. The content was a tad graphic for little ones. The dragons are crunching on people, the people out to kill the dragons. I didn't really appreciate the violence in the story. I think there are more appropriate ways to teach our children about what vegetarianism is and why is not only the humane thing to do, but is better for our bodies and the planet.
Tane
This is a pretty cute story about a Dragon who prefers his veggies over the standard meat. The story is good, I bought it to supplement our dragons eating tacos curriculum. The kids liked it some but it wasn't their favorite story. I think it's a good story though, it shows that not everyone has to love the same thing to be considered an equal. THat's a pretty decent message to have.
Molace
This book is so cute. I love the message, although the end of the book makes it seem like eating meat is still okay just because the dragons get along. I don't force vegan beliefs, if you will, on anyone or tell anyone they are bad people.l for eating meat. But I don't think it's okay and I don't pretend it is. That's the only thing I'd change about this book
Deorro
I'm a vegetarian, and most of my family/friends aren't. They often question me as to why I choose to be a vegetarian, thus I wanted to find a book that would explain that your eating habits are choices, and that either is OK to help my daughter understand why we're vegetarians (she's 7 months old).

I read this book, and love the basis of the storyline: Meathook eats meat, Herb the dragon doesn't. However, I found that the idea of the dragons eating humans was a bit much for me. I know Disney often has tragic/serious storylines about death and evil, but I was hoping for something more light-hearted. I mean, they captured Herb and planned to behead him. That was just a lot for me. Anyway, I know others won't mind this aspect of the story, but I did want to put this out there for others who may be like me. I'll be looking for another vegetarian book for kids. As the other popular one I've seen That's Why We Don't Eat Animals: A Book About Vegans, Vegetarians, and All Living Things is also a bit deep. Eventually I'm sure my daughter will learn about CAFOs and fish farms, but I don't necessarily think she needs to know about it as a toddler.
Vertokini
I am vegetarian, my husband isn't. My twins are therefore still sometimes exposed to daddy wanting them to taste meat. Nothing wrong with that, honestly, but I want them to understand why people are vegetarian and what that implies. Herb is a wonderful example of peace generated by food choices. Instead of exhalting vegetarianism in itself, it promotes tolerance and life with people who are different. the book ends with Herb and Meatloaf finding a way to live together keeping their eating habits (well, ok dragons give up people eating...). Just like in our household!
Uris
Good for bigger kids; a bit intense for my toddler (angry dragons, walking the plank, etc.) but helpful way to answer those questions they start having. I thought it would be more about Herb, himself, and I completely understand the parallel between the violence in this fictional story and our modern world's food industry, but it's better understood by older children.
What a cute book! I ordered this for my kids as our family just went Vegan recently. As soon as it came in the mail we sat down to read it together. They loved the bright colors and enjoyed the story quite a bit. The story itself was a great way to introduce vegetarianism without being forceful. This will definitely be a book that I recommend to anyone with kids. Loved it!