Luke Walker started sticking up for animals when he was 8 and told his parents he wasn’t going to eat meat any more. From that point on he trusted no one and questioned everything. He became a self-styled outlaw who spoke out and took action when animals needed his help, regardless of the trouble he got into.
Now, in the third book of the series, he’s 11 and at secondary school. He’s still the same brave outspoken animal defender but he’s not alone. Three friends have joined him and together they are the Secret Society of animal stick up for-ers.
As always, Luke’s rebellious antics will amuse and inspire. Whenever you’re faced with an animal-related dilemma, think to yourself – what would Luke do? Chapters 17 to 24 of the Luke Walker: animal stick up for-er series of vegan short stories by Violet Plum. Printed in hand-written font.
All our profits from the sale of this book go to the wonderful Hillside Animal Sanctuary in Norfolk.
Format: Paperback 228 pages, black and white interior, dimensions: 6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm, vegan children’s book of short stories, suitable for ages 8 to 108.
£7.25 in UK. Prices may vary depending on where it’s printed.
Ships worldwide from international printer lulu.com
Comments from the web:
“This is the third book in the Luke Walker series. This time our hero is accompanied by 3 other brave animal stick up for-ers. Luke is growing up, and as he continues to lead by being an amazing role model, some of his peers have decided to walk alongside him and take action for the animals. This book is so wonderful. It continues to offer such excellent lessons for our kids. The main characters demonstrate the value of working as a team, how we are stronger united. With varied personalities and perspectives, through honesty, listening to and supporting each other, and everyone pitching in, these youngsters go out into the world as leaders, educating, making a difference. They touch on the importance of compassion, respect and kindness for effective communication. The story is again ultimately one of hope. It inspires and motivates us to persevere. It makes us smile and laugh. It makes us feel certain that doing something, via the heart, to make the world a better place, to save lives, help the planet, improve health, is well worth the effort. Our children are being taught that, yes, they too can make a difference, they have wisdom and power.” – PniB
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