Prepare Your Family for Survival: How to Be Ready for Any Emergency or Disaster Situation (Paperback)

How to Be Ready for Any Emergency or Disaster Situation

By Linda Loosli

Page Street Publishing, 9781624141751, 192pp.

Publication Date: December 8, 2015

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Description

A Practical Plan to Prepare Your Family for Real Emergencies

"Prepare Your Family for Survival "is a unique beginner resource and advanced storage guide to get your family totally prepared for the unexpected. Linda Loosli of FoodStorageMoms.com is a prepping expert who's spent decades researching emergency preparedness, food storage, and first aid for families with kids. She's compiled her hard-earned knowledge into easy-to-follow storage plans that cover everything from water and food to alternative cooking devices, emergency toilets, 72-hour kits for every member of the family (even babies and pets), first-aid kits, and more. You ll learn exactly what you need to store for a family of two, three, four, or five whether you re preparing to survive for three days, seven days, or a month.

The book is packed to the brim with information, but Linda presents it in an easygoing and practical manner. Beginners find step-by-step plans for getting started frugally, while veteran preppers gain tips and advice for advanced preparedness and the top products on the market. "Prepare Your Family for Survival "is a book like no other with preparedness guides and storage methods that are tried and true, used by Linda and her family throughout the years.

It's an unfortunate fact that emergencies, power outages, and natural disasters happen around the world every year, but with "Prepare Your Family for Survival," you ll be ready when it happens to you.



About the Author

Linda Loosli is the author of the popular blog Food Storage Moms. She's been researching topics on preparedness for nearly 50 years and has taught emergency-preparedness classes for individuals, private corporations, and state government agencies for decades. She has been interviewed for stories by The New York Times and Preparedness Radio Network. She lives in southern Utah with her husband, Mark.
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