LIVING

Books and Movies

Sure, we love outdoor play as much as the next person, but home life can be enjoyable, too! I mean, particularly when you have books and movies on hand that both educate and entertain. Family time is pretty special in general and the cool weather can bring out the snuggle bugs in everyone. But whether you're reading alone, to kids, or huddled around the TV together, there is never a bad time to learn more about veganism (for the sake of animals, the environment, and your health). It is more important than ever to recognize animals for the living beings they are—and the negative impact that meat, dairy and egg industries have had on our overall well-being.

    

Clockwise from top left: The True Adventures of Esther the Wonder Pig by Steve Jenkins, Derek Walter and Caprice Crane; Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer; The Sexual Politics of Meat by Carol J. Adams; CowspiracyForks Over KnivesWhat the HealthThe Game Changers; Ferdinand