The Little Veal Cutlet

That Couldn't

When cow Betsy meets her fate at the slaughterhouse, her son

lives on--at least until he ends up dinner at a posh country club.

By Ryan Forsythe

 

 

The book has the appearance of a children’s book, 

told in rhyme and complete with illustrations by Cleveland artist Cassie Hart.  

 But parents should not be fooled— the book deals with some serious issues, 

including the treatment of cows in the production of milk and veal.

 

The book is now available online through the author's e-store, from Amazon.com, and in selected local stores.

 

Check out Mike Mannix's review of the book in Humboldt County's free alt-weekly, 

the Northcoast Journal.

 

 Also, if you purchase online, the author is offering a discount of 20% off the $10.95 list price.

Just go to my e-store and enter this code at checkout

6WT842HB

(note: discount not available at Amazon.com or at bookstores)

 

The Little Veal Cutlet That Couldn't

by Ryan Forsythe    illustrated by Cassie Hart

Published in the United States by Whole Wheat Books, Klamath

30 pages; full color 8.25" x 8.25"

ISBN  1-4404-33313-3

EAN-13  978-1-4404-3313-3



to purchase,

visit my e-Store (20% off with code 6WT842HB)

or

  Amazon.com (free shipping on orders over $25)

or stop by

 Northtown Books in Arcata

Harvest Natural Foods in Crescent City  or

Walgreens in Crescent City

(absolutely no shipping charge if you buy in person)