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Posted August 6, 2006
An impressive variety of Canadian and American Health/Emergency Agencies (including FEMA), have combined their expertise to produce: Hurricanes: What You Need To Know, a helpful book for non-specialist general readers that details information about hurricanes, particularly those particularly associated with the Atlantic Ocean areas. Hurricanes covers hurricane power, the hurricane season, forecasting, storm warning, hurricane preparedness, what to expect during the storm and after the storm, as well as cleanup and recovery. There are also several helpful checklists for first aid and emergency kits. The definition of a hurricane and the naming of storms are some additional topics discussed, as well as home, family, and animal safety. A pocket sized 143-page compendium that is easily carried, Hurricanes is a valuable survival guide and belongs on everyone's bookshelf who lives in hurricane territory -- or who knows someone who lives in hurricane territory.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.