Herb, The Vegetarian Dragon by Jules Bass
  

Herb, The Vegetarian Dragon

Written by Jules Bass

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Herb is a zany, vegetarian dragon and although I like nothing better than vegetables I’m not a vegetarian. However, I was hugely taken by this delightful story and wanted to ensure you knew about it as well.

This peace-loving vegetarian is determined to stand up for what he believes in, so join him on his fun-filled adventures and begin to understand the importance of tolerance and that everyone is different and how boring the world would be if we were all the same.

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Synopsis

Herb, The Vegetarian Dragon by Jules Bass

The dragon who's not afraid to speak his mind. Herb faces a difficult choice, should he let other dragons rescue him and become a meat eater or should he stand by his principles and be fed to crocodiles? A funny, imaginative tale that teaches the importance of accepting others' differences.

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Herb's story tells the tale of the future! - Sir Paul McCartney

About the Author

Jules Bass is the 'Bass' in Rankin/Bass Animated Entertainment, New York, producers of such films as The Hobbit, The Last Unicorn and The Little Drummer Boy. He has worked as a writer, songwriter, producer, and director in a myriad of feature films, television, off-Broadway productions and audio recordings. Although Jules has written extensively for children, Herb, the Vegetarian Dragon is his first children's picture book. Jules lives in New York and France and is a frequent visitor to London.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Jules Bass
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Publisher

Barefoot Books Ltd

Publication date

1st November 2005

ISBN

9781905236473

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Publisher Profile

Barefoot Books Ltd is an imprint of Barefoot Books

logo Barefoot Books celebrate art and story that opens the hearts and minds of children from all walks of life, inspiring them to read deeper, search further, and explore their own creative gifts.

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www.barefoot-books.com


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