The Pocket Disaster Survival Guide - What to do When the Lights Go Out, by Harris J. Andrews and J. Alexander Bowers. This 160 page paperback book teaches you how to prepare for hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, wildfires, terrorist attacks, chemical emergencies and even winter storms.
The Pocket Disaster Survival Guide includes information on:
- Power and light sources
- Water and sanitation
- Food storage and cooking
- Pets in an emergency
- Emergency kits
WARNING: Never stay in a mobile home during a tornado!
WARNING: Don't try to outrun a wildfire!
WARNING: Crossing moving water is dangerous!
|Every year thousands of ordinary people find themselves facing extraordinary circumstances. From temorary power outages to devastating
deconstruction left in the wake of hurricanes, tornadoes, or floods, you
could fin yourself forced to rely on your own resources to stay
comfortable or even alive! The Pocket Disaster Survival Guide provides
an all-encompassing look at what we know about disasters and how to
prepare for future emergencies:|
- Item Weight: 6 oz