The story of a laboratory beagle’s escape, in his own words, Let the dogs out is a powerful vegan graphic novel for readers aged 12 and up.
Life inside a laboratory breeding facility is hard. The place is a factory. Living, breathing, thinking individuals are its products. These products are produced, modified and manipulated to order before being sent to customers who will subject them to even worse ordeals. Is there any chance of escape from such a place? Almost never, but Hugo is the one-in-a-million who made it out. This is his story.
Let the dogs out is fiction. Any resemblance to people, companies, circumstances or events in real life is not coincidental. This story is moving and inspiring. All images are hand-drawn and suitable for children over 12. Complete with sources and information about how to help laboratory animals.
Format: Paperback 79 pages, colour interior, dimensions: 6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm, vegan graphic novel, suitable for readers aged 12 and up.
£5.60 in UK. Prices may vary depending on where it’s printed.
Ships worldwide from international printer lulu.com
Comments from the web:
“As a life long dog lover I couldn’t stop reading.
Please keep up the good work.. You have a gift and perhaps a calling. Wag more and bark less.” – Lucky Old Man
“What an amazing story! As a dog lover this really pulled my heart strings and I totally agree with the message – awesome work!!” – Charlene Woodley
“Wow… simply magnificent.” – Eva PoeteX
“What a BEAUTIFUL story! I felt so sad I could not look away for a second and just had to keep reading.” – Sweet Archive Blog
“Wow – talk about having your heart in your throat when reading a story. I’m so glad this guy had a happy ending!” – Silver Screenings
“I have read some books on animal activism before this one, but I can say for sure, that this read, by far, is the most emotional. It is not whimsical, not written just for the sake of writing, but is based on sound evidence and facts. … Once again, the author does not fail to impress the reader with the illustrations. Where there is sadness, the melancholy just stares back into the face. Where there is anger, the images give you goosebumps. Not many joyous sketches are there, but again, it is the truth. The story would lose all its essence without the wonderful visualisation.” – Arnav Gupta, The BookWorm at Book and Brook
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