Prepper Pete Prepares by Kermit Jones, Jr.

Posted on: December 5, 2013

This is one of those books where you read it and think, Damn, why didn’t I think of this? PREPPER PETE PREPARES is a truly excellent tool for teaching children about disaster readiness, in a completely non-threatening way.

Rather fittingly, due to the fable about the Ant and the Grasshopper, Prepper Pete is an ant with a small family. Accompanied by eye-catching illustrations, the reader visits with Pete and learns why he is preparing for disasters and how he goes about it. Most of the basic prepping topics are covered — food storage, firearms, gardening, precious metals, even networking with other preppers.

This book is geared toward the youngsters, those who are deep in the throes of stuff like Dr. Suess. As such, it is a short read at 40 or so pages. Each page has a sentence or two along with large illustrations.

Down to earth, practical, and logical advice, explained in easy-to-follow format allowing children to better understand why Mom and Dad prep. You and your kids can learn more about Prepper Pete at the Prepper Pete and Friends website.

This book would make an excellent holiday gift for any child in your family or survival group. Find it here on Amazon.

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