Welcome to week one of the book Bonanza giveaway. Yes we will be participating in a a giveaway each week for 18 weeks. Good Luck.
It's a Disaster...and what are YOU gonna do about it? has been used in First Responder Training across the country! How much better could your family be prepared than to have at hand the very same book that so many First Responders use!
The book doesn't read like a novel nor is it difficult to 'get through.' In fact, it lends itself to reading in short segments of time based upon your need, area of potential disaster or interest. Even if you are in the midst of a crisis, the way this book is set up - it's so easy to find what you need in just seconds that it is a far better field guide than most other emergency manuals I've read.
From Family to Business preparedness or Natural to man-made disasters It's a Disaster...and what are YOU gonna do about it? really covers the widest base of events I've ever seen in one book. Not only does it cover the event - it gives you the wherewithal to handle living through them! The step-by-step bullet points that help you stay on track for so many possible events help you feel ready with almost endless contingency plans.
As the author's state on their website It's a Disaster...and what are YOU gonna do about it? truly "helps families and businesses "be aware, be prepared, and have a plan" for most types of emergencies and disasters (including Terrorism). The 266-page paperback provides quick-reference instructional bullets in 2-color format. It is not written to alarm people, rather it suggests tips on what to think about and do before, during and after specific types of scenarios, as well as how to administer basic first aid."
I hope you'll enter this Weekly Book Bonanza Giveaway #1 for your opportunity to win it and add it to your bug out bag, emergency bin or back pack.
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