Going veg is a voyage, not a destination.

The Smart Girl's Guide to Going Vegetarian (Sourcebooks Fire, 2014) is a comprehensive, non-judgemental, supportive book that will help any veg-curious teen navigate the challenges that arise when transitioning to a meatless or less meat diet.  Whether you're looking to be more conscious about the animal foods you consume, decrease the amount of meat you eat, or give it up altogether, this book has got your back. 

I haven’t seen any other book like this. It’s the resource I wish I had when I was 17 and became a vegetarian! A must for any teen considering becoming vegetarian or vegan, even part-time.
— Cynthia Sass, MPH, RD, three-time New York Times best selling author and contributing nutrition editor at HEALTH magazine
Where was this book when I was a teen?...A standout guide for anyone curious about vegetarianism.
— Jami Harrison, Central Arkansas Library System
Using humor, honesty, and offering a variety of resources, Rachel Meltzer Warren shares her experiences as a former budding vegetarian and as a nutritionist...The Smart Girl’s Guide to Going Vegetarian is helpful to anyone who is concerned about or considering vegetarianism.
— Cicely Douglas, Palm Beach County Library System
Detailed yet concise, this guide to vegetarianism encompasses a broad range of possible choices for teens interested in adopting plant-based upbeat, informative resource that will come in handy for many a teen.
— Kirkus Review
...a realistic, accessible, and enriching plan for readers in the beginning stages of embracing vegetarianism or other diets, from vegan to “ethical carnivore.” ...Those who aren’t set on giving up meat products entirely but want to improve their health through creative and informed eating will also benefit from Warren’s nuanced approach, which emphasizes the importance of eating according one’s personal values over any prescribed notions.
— Publishers Weekly