The Prepper’s Complete Book of Disaster Readiness

In the disaster preparedness community, most people just talk the talk. Jim Cobb is one of the few that walks the walk! – Creek Stewart, Author of Build the Perfect Bug Out Bag

Jim Cobb presents practical advice in a panic-free, easy-to-understand manner. He touches on all aspects of preparedness and as I read the chapters, I found myself jotting down reminders to investigate certain topics further and making notes on how I could improve my current readiness plans and preps. This book is great for getting those wheels turning. —

Cobb’s book is solid, and can help a newcomer establish a baseline for preparedness. It would make a good addition to a prepper’s library, and would be a good gift for someone interested getting started in preparedness. — Leon Pantenburg,

Consider The Prepper’s Complete Book of Disaster Readiness as “Prepping 101.” If you’re brand-spanking-new to this whole disaster readiness thing, this is where you can start your journey. All of the basics are covered in detail, including:

–Assembling a bug out bag.
–Planning adequate food and water storage.
–Prepping with children and/or elderly family members.
–Locating and stocking an offsite survival retreat.
–Sheltering in place at home.

If you’ve been a prepper or survivalist for years, perhaps decades, The Prepper’s Complete Book of Disaster Readiness can serve as something akin to a checklist. Use it to ensure you’ve not overlooked an important area of preparedness.

The Prepper’s Complete Book of Disaster Readiness is available anywhere books are sold, such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and BAM.

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