Herb, the Vegetarian Dragon

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Barefoot Books, Jan 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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While the other dragons in the forest of Nogard hunt princesses for dinner, Herb merrily tends to his vegetable garden and leek soup. One day, upon learning the knights are planning a dragon hunt, Herb's carnivorous brethren hide in their caves and he is captured. Locked in the dungeon, Herb faces a difficult choice, should he let other dragons rescue him and, in exchange, become a meat eater or should he stand by his principles and be fed to crocodiles? This hilarious story offers food for thought for all ages!
  

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Review: Herb, the Vegetarian Dragon

User Review  - CaroleHeidi - Goodreads

I am a big fan of dragons and this is something I try to encourage in Tori and Arthur too, so when they were given a copy of this book I was quite excited to share it with them. The story is quite ... Read full review

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User Review  - Katje van Loon - Goodreads

This is a beautifully illustrated book about learning to live in peace and harmony. What I loved most about the story was it made clear that what we eat is our own choice: our bodies, our rules. No ... Read full review

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Bass is the "Bass" in Rankin/Bass Animated Entertainment, New York, producers of such films as The Hobbit. His work as a children's writer/songwriter and producer/director has been seen in feature films, television, and recordings.

Harter also creates her own jewelry and greeting cards

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