I’ve just dug out my copy of Mattye Lee Thompson’s Frugal Raw (Raw on the Cheap at it’s Finest!), and, yes, I made a good purchase. (the only complaint I have about this book is that there is no index, so I have to remember where I found this and such, or else annotate each page)
This is an older book, from 2008, but it is apparently so popular that hard copies are going for $40 or so. Fortunately, there is now a Kindle edition, so, if you want to see a really good collection of raw vegan recipes, you can get it on your phone.
The only drawback I see in this book is that she has recipes that require a dehydrator, and dehydrators are notoriously expensive.
Still and all, the author has a lot of good takes on how to integrate a raw food lifestyle into a family setting (where some may not want to go raw), as well as a number of really good recipes.
(I do want to mention that I am telling you all this out of the goodness of my heart. I am not affiliated with amazon or any other seller, which is why you don’t find any click-throughs. If you find something you like in my post, please do your own search on Amazon)