I have seen that pamphlet on the vegan abolitionist site. There are a ton of different leaflets/pamphlets out there to print. I like this one from The Humane Myth: http://www.humanemyth.org/downloads.htm
(see the trifold one at the bottom).
I used to leaflet for Vegan Outreach. I joined their Adopt a college program and group and because I was a regular leafleter for a while (you report where, when, and how many you leafleted etc to the group and it is recorded in a database so future leafleters have a reference point), I received thousands of leaflets free, including shipping. I still have over 500 right now I need to get rid of.
It might be for a future event with my local Vegan Meetup group. At any rate, I leafleted seven local colleges and high schools. I also tabled a private college, and leafleted a Christmas parade downtown, as well as downtown during rush hour. This was all while I was in college and working part time. Now I work full time and do not have the flexibility to leaflet during school times or busy hours.
I also gave copies of leaflets to the Humane Society, a few progressive stores, and left some at local laundromats. However, I always asked permission first. Leaving a lot of unasked for material on someone's private property (whether a business or house) can sometimes backfire and cause people to become more hostile toward the group that left the materials. It's always best to make sure what you are doing is legal and within your rights and doesn't violate someone else's rights. Only the library and a few grocery stores said no. I even contacted the police before leafleting on city streets to make sure it was ok, and it was as long as it was so many feet away from a business entrance. Some public colleges and one high school I did not ask permission but armed myself with parts of the First Amendment having to do with freedom of speech (actual government documents on this are provided on the Vegan Outreach Adopt a College site) just in case. I never had a problem. I asked one high school about leafleting, and they were not comfortable with that, but they were interested in my cause and allowed me to bring the leaflets to the school office and leave them at the front with the receptionist. She agreed to make an announcement every morning on the intercom during morning announcements that they were there for students to take for free. Over 200 students took one. This was only shortly after the book "Eat and Run" by Scott Jurek, famous vegan ultramarathoner, came out and the school was Proctor high school, his alma matter, which had been mentioned in his book. I think that may have played a part in their interest and willingness to allow me to bring the leaflets and share them there!
There are so many online leaflets you can print out it is dizzying.
Here are a few others:
I think it is great that you are taking an active part in doing something for the animals!