Education Resources


The Turtle Who Fights for Animal Rights

Dragana Vucic Dekic

This book presents imagination and arguments simultaneously, and is intended for school children as well as adults. The peculiarity of this story is that its true ending depends on the individuality of each reader.

The Pig Who Made It Big

Lisa Spykers, ‎Dragana Vucic Dekic

This book highlights the speciesism that humans have between animals considered as pets and those that are not. It promotes the notion that all animals should be treated with the same respect and love.

The Not-So Crazy Cow

Dragana Vucic Dekic

The book is recommended by PETA KIDS as one of the best books for kids that love animals. This book, like all of Vucic Dekic’s other picture books, is suitable for children of all ages.



I consider vegetarianism as a recommended starting point for giving up on established barbaric habits. Many peoples living almost exclusively vegetarian show greater strength and fitness. Some seedlings, such as oats, are more cost-effective than meat and better for mental and physical health. Every effort should be made to stop the vicious and cruel slaughter of animals, which can be devastating to human morale. To get rid of animal instincts and appetites, which set us back … we need to make a complete change in diet. All other thinking about food is unnecessary.


Vegan Organic Network

Education for growing your own food and genuine sustainability for agriculture

Mom The Muse

Humorous short stories, family travels and rhyming words by Dragana Vucic Dekic PhD; author, and award-winning professor of literature. Dragana has worked as a cultural program producer, TV presenter and launched drama workshops

Plant-Based Health Professionals

Online resource site for medical health professionals with free factsheets and online webinars for members

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