Books: Just In Case

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Just In Case

Author: Kathy Harrison
ISBN: 978-1-60342-035-8
Softcover: 240 pgs.
Publisher: Storey Publishing

Don't be scared - be prepared!

-How will your family stay warm, fed, and sheltered during a power outage?
-Do you have an evacuation plan if you are forced to leave your home?

Book Description:

Disaster can strike at any time. Be one of the prepared few by following Kathy Harrison's practical plan for emergency self-sufficiency. Learn how to evaluate, organize, and rotate your food supply; pack an evacuation kit; protect important documents from fire; develop a communications system; make nutritious soup with canned and dried pantry items; and entertain the kids for several television-free days. Everything you need to know to survive when public services fail is covered in this essential guide to family preparedness.

Keep a cool head and plan well; your family will be able to settle in, stay warm, and eat well when the unexpected happens.

Chapter Titles:

Part One: The OAR System
1. Organize
2. Acquire and Rotate

Part Two: Preparedness
3. Personal Preparedness
4. Home Systems
5. Communications
6. Preparedness with Children
7. Pets
8. Preparing Your Car
9. Evacuation

Part Three: Dealing With Disaster
10. Loss of Power
11. Fire in the Home
12. Natural Disasters
13. Toxic Hazards
14. Pandemic
15. Terrorism

Part Four: Doing It Yourself
16. Skills for Independence
17. Food from Scratch
18. The Stored Food Cookbook

Epilogue: Could We Really Do It?


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