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Feed your mind and lift your spirits with our selection of animal-friendly literature!
John Bryant's new book is an attack on the pest control industry and exposes the dreadful suffering, caused by traps and lethal poisons, of both target and non-target wild animals and birds. 2014. 139pp.
A comprehensive analysis of conditions in factory farms and animal laboratories, with an explanation of the ethical issues involved. A seminal work in the animal rights movement. 2nd edition. 320pp.
Updated anthology gives us some of the best writing throughout history about the morality of how people treat non-human animals. 193pp.
Ten new liturgies for celebrating the life of animals, giving thanks, praying for the relief of their suffering, and marking their deaths. 1999. 186pp.
Explores the central themes of Christian doctrine. "Read this book and see how it changes your attitude towards animals" - Animals Today. 1994. 214pp.
This revelatory work gives a powerful voice to the voiceless in our food chain and shows how the decisions we make on what to eat, affect not just our own lives, but also those of animals, and the environment. 2009. 256pp
Revisits the animal rights movement and its history by bringing together the best current ethical thinking about animals. 2006. 248pp.
Argues the case for animal rights. Includes intelligent, original and highly persuasive answers to commonly posed questions. 2000. 229pp.
Brings together international experts to examine the relationships between animal and child abuse.
A powerful challenge to the status quo, which excuses violence against animals. The author demonstrates how animals feel a range of emotions as complex as our own. 268pp.
This latest work by our patron, Andrew Linzey, skilfully interweaves ethical argument, systematic analysis and destructive criticism of public documents on hunting with dogs, fur farming and commercial sealing. 2009. 206pp.
An excellent and comprehensive introduction to the issue of animal rights. Argues that compassion for our fellow humans is a prerequisite for sympathy for animals. 153pp.
Part autobiography, and part animal rights manifesto. It's a humorous and, at times, hard-hitting rallying call for everyone to stand up and speak out for animals.
32 letters addressing themes of peace, democracy, socialism and animal rights. It helps us realise how far the campaign for animals has come and recognise the struggles ahead.
This fascinating autobiography will inspire anyone who cares about the future of the planet and all the creatures dependent on it. Foreword by Joanna Lumley. Paperback. 2009. 244pp.
This wonderful little book gives an insight into what turned Alice (Pat) Griffin into the formidable animal rights campaigner she subsequently became. 63pp.
"A dazzling register of people who have, down the centuries, thought about man's place in nature" - The Times. A classic work by a pioneer. Revised edition 2009. 444pp.
A really good read and a must for anyone interested in the history of the movement and in the life of an inspirational woman. Foreword by Tony Benn. 2009. 119pp.
Exposes the corruption and bogus science behind much of the pharmaceutical industry. Paperback. 2002. 256pp.
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Examines the origins of human supremacy, and describes the emergence of industrialised slaughter of both animals and people in modern times. 2002. 296pp.
A householder's guide to fox deterrence written by two of our foremost fox experts. This is a study in how to live harmoniously and with a greater understanding of our vulpine friends. 66pp. 2012.
This invaluable guide shows how to combat 'unwanted visitors', such as squirrels in the loft, or rats in the garden, humanely and without recourse to lethal methods. An essential guide. 2002. 132pp.
The author describes his experiences whilst manager of Ferne Animal Sanctuary, and shows how animals behave if they are treated with care and respect. 1999. 146pp.
Joan Courtís first volume of her autobiography describes her early years, influences and meetings with Mahatma Gandhi.
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