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15 moving books about animals to keep you on the Veganuary wagon

After the bountiful excesses of December, January has become for many a month for deprivation – and this year, Veganuary has gripped us in a benign chokehold of avocado, chickpeas and avid label-reading. Thousands of people across the UK have set aside burgers and haloumi for a month, out of empathy, guilt, or the desire to make a change.

It’s not easy. Not when it’s cold out, and when hearty stews and pies and fistfuls of roast lamb are calling your name.

So here are some books about cuddly, conniving and convivial animals to keep your vegetable-consumption goals firmly rooted until February 1.



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Philip Pullman interview: author finally reveals inspiration for Lyra

His Dark Materials author speaks to Stylist.co.uk about his new trilogy

by Francesca Brown
19 Oct 2017

Why Instagram poet Rupi Kaur credits her success to female friendship

“I want women to feel powerful in their own skin when they read my work.”

by Sarah Biddlecombe
13 Oct 2017

“Why the world doesn’t need a retelling of 50 Shades - especially now”

Is Fifty Shades empowering or dangerous?

12 Oct 2017

There’s a new Fifty Shades book on the way – with a twist

We'll finally learn what Christian was thinking in Fifty Shades Darker...

by Megan Murray
10 Oct 2017

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by Susan Devaney
10 Oct 2017

Ladybird releases hilarious grown-up guide to dealing with a breakup

Heartbroken? You need this

by Sarah Biddlecombe
06 Oct 2017

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Muggles, assemble

by Susan Devaney
06 Oct 2017

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From short stories to epic journeys

by Sarah Shaffi
29 Sep 2017

Feminist publishers are binning manuscripts addressed to ‘Dear sirs’

"People have to stop thinking there are no consequences to being sexist."

by Moya Crockett
29 Sep 2017