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Upcoming Book Signing of new Animal Rights Book

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  • Margo DeMello
    Dear friends, Please join us for a special book signing with longtime Bay Area animal activists Erin E. Williams and Margo DeMello, authors of the new book,
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 7, 2007
      Dear friends,

      Please join us for a special book signing with longtime Bay Area animal
      activists Erin E. Williams and Margo DeMello, authors of the new book, Why
      Animals Matter: The Case for Animal Protection.

      Released in August, Why Animals Matter examines how people abuse animals,
      gives suggestions on how to take action—and connects animal protection,
      environmental and social justice issues. It is chock-full of detailed
      information combined with uplifting rescue stories, and ultimately shows why
      the exploitation of animals should matter to all people.

      On Sunday, October 7, the authors will be discussing and signing books from
      1:00-4:00 at Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary, 14741 Wing Levee Road in
      Stockton. Harvest Home was formed to aid homeless and abused domestic and
      farmed animals in the San Francisco Bay Area and the San Joaquin valley.
      Free vegan food will be available, and you’ll be able to meet the animals!

      Book proceeds will benefit Harvest Home. To find out more information,
      please visit www.harvesthomeanimal.org, email karen@... or
      call 209-465-2985.

      “A tough but fair-minded revelation of how mass production of animals for
      food and other purposes results in cruelty that usually remains hidden from
      sight. ”
      - Publishers Weekly

      “A compelling resource that is certain to widen our circle of compassion.”
      - VegNews

      “In prose that deliberately avoids complicated ethical and philosophical
      reasoning but instead states the case for humane treatment of animals in
      basic language, the authors examine the meat industry, hunting, the textile
      industry, animal experimentation, the pet industry, and animals in
      entertainment...A well-organized presentation of the animal-welfare
      argument.”
      - Booklist

      www.whyanimalsmatter.com
      www.myspace.com/whyanimalsmatter
    • Margo DeMello
      Dear friends, Please join us for a special book signing with longtime Bay Area animal activists Erin E. Williams and Margo DeMello, authors of the new book,
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 3, 2007
        Dear friends,

        Please join us for a special book signing with longtime Bay Area animal
        activists Erin E. Williams and Margo DeMello, authors of the new book, Why
        Animals Matter: The Case for Animal Protection.

        Released in August, Why Animals Matter examines how people abuse animals,
        gives suggestions on how to take action—and connects animal protection,
        environmental and social justice issues. It is chock-full of detailed
        information combined with uplifting rescue stories, and ultimately shows why
        the exploitation of animals should matter to all people.

        On Sunday, October 7, the authors will be discussing and signing books from
        1:00-4:00 at Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary, 14741 Wing Levee Road in
        Stockton. Harvest Home was formed to aid homeless and abused domestic and
        farmed animals in the San Francisco Bay Area and the San Joaquin valley.
        Free vegan food will be available, and you’ll be able to meet the animals!

        Book proceeds will benefit Harvest Home. To find out more information,
        please visit www.harvesthomeanimal.org, email karen@... or
        call 209-465-2985.

        “A tough but fair-minded revelation of how mass production of animals for
        food and other purposes results in cruelty that usually remains hidden from
        sight. ”
        - Publishers Weekly

        “A compelling resource that is certain to widen our circle of compassion.”
        - VegNews

        “In prose that deliberately avoids complicated ethical and philosophical
        reasoning but instead states the case for humane treatment of animals in
        basic language, the authors examine the meat industry, hunting, the textile
        industry, animal experimentation, the pet industry, and animals in
        entertainment...A well-organized presentation of the animal-welfare
        argument.”
        - Booklist

        www.whyanimalsmatter.com
        www.myspace.com/whyanimalsmatter
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