We sell print editions of our books in our Lulu shop, and many of our stories are free to read on the Violet’s Vegan Comics site, but this shop, here, the one you’re in right now, is selling PDF and EPUB downloads of our books for charity.

All of our profits from the sale of these e-books goes to a vegan charity. Right now that charity is the wonderful Luv4all: Uganda and your purchase will enable them to buy desperately needed books for the new vegan school they’re building. So enjoy your guilt-free indulgence, because a download purchase here, equals a new book for a child over there 😀

smiling children helped by Luv4all Uganda

What’s a vegan storybook? you may ask. Well, basically, it’s like any other storybook except the central characters – the heroes – are vegan 😀

How many times have you had your enjoyment of a good story spoilt when the heroes – the people you liked, the people you were rooting for – ate meat or went fishing or bought a leather jacket?

When these things happen in children’s stories they send a message – they tell the child that it’s okay to do these things. The good guys do it so it must be okay. It’s normal.

Well, vegan storybooks do not pretend it’s okay to use, abuse and consume animals. Vegan storybooks create a new normal.

So a vegan storybook is not necessarily about veganism. It is simply a story in which animal exploitation is not normalised.

As well as the vegan picture books for little ones, we have some exciting vegan adventure comics, some funny vegan short stories, and a book of vegan fairy tales for readers aged 8 and up. Excuse the constant repetition of the ‘V-word’ by the way, I know you don’t need to be told but, ya know, google does 😉

We even have a couple of graphic novels for older readers 😮

We hope you enjoy these stories as much as we do, and keep coming back because we’re adding more all the time. We just can’t help ourselves! 😀


Violet’s Vegan Comics – creating funny, enlightening and sometimes action packed vegan children’s books for readers of all ages since 2012.

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