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Power Outages. Blizzards. Floods. Mudslides. Earthquakes. Tornadoes. Hurricanes. No matter where you live, you are in a natural disaster prone area. There are natural disasters on an almost daily basis all around the world. Not to mention man-made disasters.
There are threats of wars, terrorist attacks and jokes about zombie's taking over. The world economy is crumbling and if the disaster of Hurricane Katrina taught us anything, it’s that we can’t really depend on the government to help us.
If you are interested in learning how to protect your family from any and all of the inevitable disasters that could potentially happen, this book is your first step to learning how to help your children prepare for any emergency situation.
In Prepping with Children, you'll learn such important things as:
How to Explain the Why and How of prepping to your children.
Which survival skills are most important for children to learn.
How to build a Bug Out Bag specifically for children.
How to make prepping fun and how to get the most out of it.
Much, much more!
Even if a doomsday-like event never comes, your children will someday thank you for teaching them these important life skills and spending quality time with them. From toddler to teen, prepping can be a rewarding family experience.
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By Matthew R. Terry on 09-08-14
Ramblings on with no instruction....
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
People with absolutely no common sense.
What do you think your next listen will be?
Probably not another prepping book. I'll go back to history and business.
What about Josh Goodman’s performance did you like?
Great speaking voice and clarity.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Any additional comments?
This book is simply a list of ramblings by a man who sounds as if he is running his house in preparation for the end times with no focus on the present. I know he is a prepper and that prepper's in general focus on future catastrophe, but I really felt bad for his children. That said I was hoping to garner some insight into what might be important for me to prepare my family for a disaster. Unfortunately this book is simply a list of things you might want to do, with little to know instruction. I don't know if I can fault the author in totality as I just think a book like this is a totally impractical way to learn what clearly are hands on skills. It's short but not short enough.