If your family is involved in and survives a major earthquake, and you can dial 911, how long do you think it will take to get help?
Most people think hours. In fact it could be days, if ever.
Will you survive? Will your family?
Everyone wants to believe they and their families are safe. Unfortunately most people respond to the growing awareness of potential disasters by ignoring the issue and doing nothing.
Think about this question. Have you ever had the chance to save someone's life? If you could spend a couple hours of your time to save your own life and your whole families, would you take the time to learn something important?
In just a few short hours it is possible to create a simple but effective earthquake plan, engage and educate your family, feel safer and be prepared. It can even be fun!
How To Survive An Earthquake gives you a simple, 5-step plan that you can put into action in just a few hours that will make a huge difference when the next disaster hits.
Complete with check-lists and simple (and fun) ways to get the whole family involved in preparing.
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This book could easily be the difference between surviving an earthquake, and being one of the many sad, lonely refugees who lose everything - even here in the US more people die and are seriously traumatized in disasters than most people realize. A very valuable resource that I recommend.
This book could definitely save your life one day and practicing the simple steps laid out will not take much time and could be well worth it.
This book is a very comprehensive resource for preparing to survive earthquakes and other disasters. I liked that the authors explained what to do and when and then gave fully comprehensible and reasonable explanations WHY. Sometimes just knowing WHY helps keep the brain active and aware enough to reason out other solutions.
The checklists are detailed and easy to follow. The action items are easy to do and can be made into a fun activity for families with children.