Do you live in the city? What have you done to protect you, your family, your parents, and your pets when the earthquake, flood, fire, hurricane, or other disaster suddenly destroys your world? What is emergency preparedness anyway? Do you have any emergency food or will your kids go hungry? What will you do when the power grid is gone and with it the light, heat, and water for your home?
This emergency disaster preparedness guide can save your life. Urban Preppers with Kids, Pets & Parents goes far beyond the basic emergency preparedness handbooks and provides practical, real world advice and answers to questions such as:
How do I heat and light my house?
What food should I store?
How do I protect my kid with a disability?
How can I harden my home against burglars?
Where is the "hidden water" in my house?
What are the 37 essential food items that disappear?
How can I mitigate damage to my home or business?
What fuels are safe to use indoors unvented?
What about service animals?
What do I pack for my kids and my baby?
What about senior survival and wheelchairs?
What is isobutane and why do I need it?
Is freeze-dried or dehydrated food more nutritional?
What and where is the closest LDS cannery?
Why may I NOT want to go to a FEMA shelter?
How do I plan survival for my pets?
What's the secret to bug out bags?
And much, much more...
Urban Preppers is the emergency response preparedness guide for the rest of us who are not Bear Grylls survivalist but regular people from all walks of life and of every, age, gender, and socioeconomic level. We pay insurance premiums for cars, homes, and health. Why not include some disaster assurance protection, get some piece of mind, and pick up your copy of Urban Preppers today?
Take some action now to protect your family< and loved ones from the unexpected. The clock is ticking.
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Website for book not maintained; book refers to it
Overall the book was ok. A lot of the information in the book repeated in every chapter. What really upset me is that the book refers to the website a lot but the website isn't maintained and the book frequently refers to items that are no longer there.
It's not really a story but don't repeat the same information in every chapter. Publisher needs to maintain the website.
Overall the narrator was very good.
While the information frequently repeats itself, the information provided is good.
- Sean Patterson
not anything by this author
He didn't have anything do with the content
the whole thing