Celebrate World Vegetarian Day

World Vegetarian Day is October 1!  People across the globe will spend the day exploring meatless meals and the benefits of adopting a veggie-powered diet. Those new to vegetarian diets are encouraged to go meat-free for the entire month of October, while long term vegetarians are invited to celebrate their healthy food choices. In honor of World Vegetarian Day, here are some fun titles for kids of all ages to learn about vegetarianism, explore a variety of vegetables and make veggie-licious recipes! 

Zombies Don't Eat Veggies! Little Moe doesn’t like to eat Zombie food, he prefers veggies! Find out what Moe makes from his secret garden and learn how to make it by following the recipes included in the book. 

Veg Patch Party: Party on with these performing vegetables and learn a bit about what makes them grow. Then, have a Veg Patch Party of your own!

Meatless? Ever wonder why some people choose not to eat meat or the history of this century old practice? Find out in this title that explores vegetarianism from cultural, religious and environmental perspectives. 

The Vegetables We Eat: Learn about a variety of vegetables, how they are grown and the many ways we use them in dishes and other ways. 

Easy Vegetarian Foods From Around the WorldWhat do vegetarians in other countries eat? Learn about vegetarian meals from around the world and learn how to make your own! 

Plant, Cook, Eat! Ready to grow your own food? Try this title to learn how to grow and prepare recipes using the ingredients from your harvest. 

Salad People and More Real Recipes: What can you create for your plate? Plenty from this cookbook especially for the littlest chefs! 

Veggie Power: Interested in the science of the vegetables on your plate? Learn about the seasonal growth cycle, history and health benefits of garden grown foods. 

Plants Feed MeLittle ones will learn about the parts of the plant we eat and how food gets from the seed to our plates! 

What recipe will you make to celebrate World Vegetarian Day?

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