Despite the technological advances of the past few decades, and in some cases because of them, the world we live in has become increasingly fragile. Widespread power blackouts can leave entire swaths of the nation gridlocked. Hurricanes, tornados, and earthquakes leave devastation in their wake, and terrorist attacks threaten widespread destruction. What do you do when disasters strike?
This book IS designed to help your family prepare for more commonplace, yet still equally deadly disasters. The list is long and varied, and includes hurricanes, tornados, terrorist attacks, earthquakes, pandemics, financial collapse, floods, widespread blackouts, food shortages, airborne contamination, radiation exposure, and much more.
The 560-page handbook is clear and easy to read with dozens of photos, illustrations, and worksheets. What makes this book different is that it focuses on practical steps that you and your family can take to become better prepared. At the end of your efforts, you will be rewarded with knowing that your family is far better prepared to handle real world challenges.
Arthur T. Bradley, Ph.D.; self published, 2010; 560 pages.