These questions and many more are answered in the Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family, 2nd Edition (430 pp., $24.95). Written by NASA engineer, Dr. Arthur Bradley, the handbook has been described as the "first well-researched guide" that helps families prepare for nearly every type of disaster.
Dr. Bradley is an international speaker who emphasizes the importance of family preparedness. He has been interviewed by Money Magazine, featured by numerous radio shows and newspapers, and received widespread praise for his no nonsense, practical message.
James Talmage Stevens, author of Making the Best of Basics, describes the handbook as "A great introduction to disaster preparedness in a single volume, both scholarly and easy to read!"
Keith Erwood, host of the popular disasterpreparednessblog.com, says “Whether you’re a novice just starting out, a seasoned “prepper” or a die-hard survivalist, this is one book that you should add to your must read list.”