The Prepper’s Complete Book of Disaster Readiness

Posted on: October 7, 2014
Preppers 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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