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The complete survival guide for "hunkering down, bugging out, or sealing yourself in" for the beginning prepper.
No one knows WHAT it will be. It could be a natural disaster or a medical pandemic. Financial system collapse or bioterrorism. Governmental shutdowns or societal breakdowns. The media is full of possible threats, and they seem to be coming at us from all sides these days.
No one knows WHEN it will be.
It might be today, or tomorrow. Next week or next month. Next year ... or maybe never.
But do you want to take a chance on "maybe never"?
Survival prepping is about preparing for the worst. It's about making sure you and your family are safe, no matter what the world throws at you.
Most of us "survivalist preppers" are normal people. We're your neighbors, your co-workers, and your friends. You see us at our kid's soccer games, or at the neighborhood movie theater, or at your local restaurant. You see us at work and at church. You see us out walking in the neighborhood or exercising down at the gym.
Prepping today isn't for weird nutcases. It's for everyone.
The books in this series are written for "ordinary folks" who want to get started on survival prepping. If you are already an experienced prepper, these books might be a good refresher. But they are really written for the average Jane and Joe to get started on survival prepping.
If you are ready to take those first few steps on the prepper path, these books will help you ensure your family survives, and maybe even thrives, should a disaster strike.
Here in a single volume are the first three books in The New Survival Prepper Guide series.
Included in this ready reference are:<ul><li>Book 1 - Hunkering Down: Prepping to Survive in Your Home During a Natural Disaster</li><li>Book 2 - Get Out Of Dodge! Prepping to Leave Your Home and Bug Out During A Disaster</li><li>Book 3 - Sealing Yourself In: Prepping for Bioterrorism, Chemical Disasters, and Pandemics</li></ul>