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Having a well-stocked survival library is something that preppers should build on an ongoing basis. Always staying up to date on new and better ways to prepare for future disasters. Becoming more effective than we were yesterday pays dividends for our future survival.
“I can just google it”. I said to myself. That works until you can’t google it. Because when the grid goes down. When the lights go out. Google isn’t there for you. And if you don’t know exactly what to do, you’re left unprepared, in a potential life-threatening survival situation. Be prepared, have access to the right books at your disposal so when you need specific information in an emergency, it’s within feet from you.
Keep in mind, when we’re talking about building our survival library, we’re recommending physical books. Hard copies of materials for survival and grid-down scenarios.
I tried using a Kindle for reading and storing books. I thought to myself, this is a better way. You save room and space, you don’t have to move physical books around the house. It’s more efficient.
I was wrong.
Having physical copies of books turned out to be far better. It’s much easier to make notes in physical copies. It’s easier to flip through to the section you need.
There are things you just can’t do with digital devices. Also, if you drop a physical book, what happens?
It doesn’t break. It doesn’t turn off. The battery is doesn’t have, never dies. Hard physical copies, especially for your survival and preparedness materials, is what we recommend.
But what books should you get? There are hundreds available. That’s exactly what this post is for.
We looked at the books we have read in the past. Books we have heard over and over about the quality of information. And we categorized them for you in this post.
Here are the categories of survival and preparedness books.
This section contains books on the broad topic of survival and don’t necessarily focus on one category and goes deeper into the subject. But covers a rather broad range of categories.
If you’re a beginner, it might be a good idea to start with these books and then go more in-depth on specific categories you need the most.
General survival skills and overviews of the survival and preparedness lifestyle. If you’re new, it may benefit you the most to start here.
Survival Wisdom and Know-How
By The Editors of Stackpole Books
This book is huge…
If you want a dense information-packed resource on surviving disasters and preparing for emergencies. A type of encyclopedia.
This is it.
By Beau Griffin
This book is written by Bea Griffin who has been a survivalist basically his whole life. He’s dedicated it to developing and honing survival skills.
He’s found his way back to civilization more than one time.
He says you’ll double your chances of surviving if you give him a day.
How To Survive Anything Anywhere
By Chris McNab
This is the handbook for how to survive practically anything. It’s a thick and heavy book.
Learn how to:
- Make a. shelter
- Survive in urban settings
- Sustainably live anywhere from the arctic winds to the dry deserts
- Self-defense combat and skills
How to Survive Anything: From Animal Attacks to the end of the world (and everything in between)
By Outdoor Life
This book by Outdoor Life is one of the best. It’s dense.
It covers massive amounts of information on every page. No fluff here.
Survival Skills & Hacks Books
These books are essentially massive lists of survival skills and hacks for preppers. I’m a sucker for dense lists and that’s what these are.
Ultimate Survival Hacks
By Outdoor Life
This is the newest edition of survival hacks by Outdoor Life.
Jam-packed with tips, tricks, and hacks to survive off the grid, in the wild, and conquer any disaster.
Stay Alive Survival Skills
By John D. McCann
This book writes in detail the mindset that’s required for survivalists. The mindset you need to thrive in common emergencies that happen any a moments notice.
This text is jam-packed with over 300 full-color photos. Has detailed solutions for surviving emergencies during adventure sport, and travel.
SAS Survival Handbook: The Ultimate Guide to Surviving Anywhere
By John Lofty Wiseman
This book is a brick. This is the newest third edition of the SAS Survival Handbook.
This would be one of the first books I get as well. It’s dense, packed, fully loaded with material to survive anywhere.
Prepper’s Longterm Survival Guide
By Jim Cobb
This book covers all the basics for preppers and more. For long-term survival, the basics are the most important.
The fundamentals drive the majority of the results with anything.
The long-term survival guide is a good go-to source for what to do in all the categories of preparedness.
Bugout Survival Skills
By Creek Stewart
When its time to bug out. You want to have the skills and the gear packed ready and prepared at any given time.
This book will give you the skills and knowledge you need to be prepared for when it’s time to bug out.
By Creek Stewart
This guide covers many difference hacks and tips to survive in the wild.
Creek tells you how to you can take everyday household items that are within feet from you and use them to survive out in the wild.
When The Grid Goes Down
By Tony Nester
When the grid goes down, do you have a detailed strategic plan of what to do?
Do you have all your supplies ready and prepped for such an event?
Do you have your checklists in a secure location that you can easily access?
This book will give you a solid plan on how to prepare for a grid-down scenario.
In this category, the best books on how to prepare for emergencies and disasters are listed. Anything from how to prepare for a Category 4 hurricane to tornadoes forming in your backyard to how to best prepare for a drought.
Prepare For Anything Survival Manual
By Outdoor Life
Prepare For Anything covers just about everything in terms of preparing for emergencies and disasters. There is an entire section on three main categories:
If you want an easy to follow how-to guide on 338 different scenarios that occur every day on how to prepare and survive, this is for you.
By Kathy Harrison
If you’re new to survival and preparedness in general, this book is perfect to start with.
After reading it, you’ll know more than most preparedness experts and will be able to start applying the information right away.
Essential Survival Guide
By Popular Mechanics
After learning preparedness 101, this guide is a good choice to get next.
Ultimate Survival Manual Extreme
By Outdoor Life
This book by Outdoor Life covers Wilderness Survival, Disaster Preparedness, and Urban survival skills. Like the title says, these lessons are extreme.
Extreme survival situations call for extreme action. You must fight fire with fire. If you’re going to make it through and survive an extreme natural disaster like a Category 4 Hurricane, you’re going to have to do a couple things that are somewhat “extreme”.
like a Category 4 Hurricane, you’re going to have to do a couple things that are somewhat “extreme”.
By Dr. Bob Arnot
This book by Dr. Bob Arnot has been reviewed to be one of the best books on the subject.
When it comes to preparing your home and your family for disasters, this is a. good resource.
The Disaster Preparedness Handbook 2nd Edition
By Dr. Arthur T. Bradley
This book could also be a. weapon if you needed one. It’s much more dense and heavy than you would think by looking at it.
It has a dense amount of information in it.
It’s one of the first disaster preparedness guides I would get.
Prepare Your Family For Survival
By Linda Loosli
This book is great because it covers just what you need to prepare and keep your family safe in a disaster.
There’s no fluff, just solid information.
Emergency Survival Manual 294 lessons
By Outdoor Life
This book is for the family-oriented survivor. It covers all the skills you could ever need for taking care of your loved ones. Preventing and treating medical emergencies is the main topic.
Learn how to assess, respond, and protect with these 294 life-saving skills.
Prepper’s Communication Handbook: Lifesaving Strategies for Staying in Contact During and After a Disaster
By Jim Cobb
Communication is a category of survival that is more overlooked than most other topics. But do you have a plan for how you’re going to communicate with your family and friends after a disaster?
Most don’t have a plan. This book will guide you through what you need to do.
Family Survival Guide
By Mykel Hawke
This book Is your family prepared for dangerous situations if. they were to ever experience one? God forbid they did, would they know what to do?
Getting your family to prep and train, just to at least have some basic survival skills for the outdoors can be tiresome to convince them it’s important.
At least, it was for me. The family survival guide explains the best ways for you to prepare, train, and pack everything for your family.
By Arthur T. Bradley
If EMP’s are what concerns you, then this book is for you. Some areas are much more prone to EMP’s than others.
So if. you’re in one of those areas and you think it’s likely to happen again. This resource would be a good option.
This category covers the top books in the subjects of first aid and medical. Essentially the books that will keep you from dying if you get injured or wounded. You’ll know what supplies you want to have in your emergency survival kits and how to quickly treat or remedy yourself to survive.
The Survival Medicine Handbook
By Joseph Alton MD
This is the book you wish you had when you desperately need medical attention because you got injured somewhere and your alone.
This handbook will teach you how to treat your medical emergencies if you were by yourself with no one to help you.
Where There Is No Doctor: A Village Health Care Handbook
By David Werner, Carol Thuman, and Jane Maxwell
Do you have a local doctor you can go to whenever you want?
This book teaches you how to first aid and medical skills so you can treat yourself and those around you if you had to.
If there was no doctor, this is book you want to have.
Where There Is No Dentist
By Murray Dickson
What would you do if you didn’t have access to everyday things that you might take for granted?
What if you didn’t have access to say, a dentist.
This book may shed some light on what a scenario like that would feel like.
Prepper’s Survival Medicine Handbook: A lifesaving Collection of Emergency Procedures from U.S. Army Field
By Scott Finazzo
This book dives into the medical abilities that the U.S. Army uses.
Imagine the medical emergencies the U.S. Amy faces out in the field. I’d say they know a. thing or two about how to quickly and effectively take care of themselves and their fellow soldiers.
They share their secrets in this handbook.
The Survival Doctors Complete Handbook
By James Hubbard
What if you knew that if you got injured and was in a life or death survival situation, that help wouldn’t come for you.
Would you be able to treat your injuries quickly and efficiently by yourself?
This book will be your doctor when you’re in a. survival situation.
Prepper’s Natural Medicine: Life-Saving Herbs, Essential Oils and Natural Remedies For When There Is No Doctor
By Cat Ellis
Natural remedies and medicines are the future I believe. There is a natural remedy for many illnesses and diseases out there that are not only healthier for. us, but they’re more sustainable.
This book is the preppers guide to giving you natural ways to cure illnesses so you don’t even have to go to a doctor.
Rosemary Gladstar’s Medicine Herbs: A Beginner’s Guide: 33 Healing Herbs to Know, Grow, and Use
By Rosemary Gladstar
This book is packed with herbs that have what seem to be miracle benefits for people.
If you name the illness, there’s probably an herb that would treat it, if not help it greatly.
This guide is. for the beginner on how to know, grow and use herbs for medicines.
Survival Medicine & First Aid: The Leading Prepper’s Guide to Survive Medical Emergencies in Tough Survival Situations
By Beau Griffin and Andrew Helbig
This book is great for preppers that need to improve their knowledge and skills in survival medicine and first aid.
It’s the leading prepper’s guide for medical emergencies. I know some preppers that even keep this book right in their first aid kit so it’s there when they need it.
Medicine for the Outdoors: The Essential Guide to First Aid and Medical Emergencies
By Paul S. Auerbach
If you spend a lot of time in the outdoors, as most of us do, this is a good book to have as well.
Getting injured while you’re in the wilderness is one of the worst places to get injured. And one of the most dangerous that could become more dangerous by multiples by default, just because of your location and logistics.
Outdoor medical skills are essential for these situations.
Mountaineering First Aid
By Jan Carline
Do you think mountaineers know first aid and medical skills? Absolutely.
Because they know that if they or someone there with gets hurt on a mountain, they’re in deep trouble if they’re not knowledgeable enough or lack the supplies that are in order to treat the person. This book is
In this section, we cover the top books in the outdoor and wilderness survival category. This includes Bushcraft knowledge and skills of course. As well as plant identification. If you’re stranded in the wild and you have nothing but one of these books. You’ll have your best chances for survival.
Total Bushcraft Survival Manual: 272 Wilderness Skills
By Outdoor Life
The ultimate list of bushcraft skills inside the contents of this book is one of the best.
The Ultimate Bushcraft Survival Manual will take you from being lost in the woods to at home in the wild. A bold claim, but I’d say it’s true.
Become a master in the field of Bushcraft, and you’ll be able to do anything in the wild.
The Practical Bushcraft Survival Guide
By Robbie J Jones
There are a few things you have to know if you’re going to survive in the wild. Some are essential, others are not so essential and just “nice to have” skills. This book gives you what you need to survive.
After reading it, you’ll know how to find food, water, shelter, and how to make a fire in the wild.
The Survival Handbook: Essential Skills for Outdoor Adventure
By DK Publishing
This book is for the adventurer that wants to become a little more skilled and knowledgable in order to survive and thrive in their outdoor adventures.
Wilderness First Aid Handbook
By Grant S. Lipman, MD
If you got injured out in the wild, would you know exactly what to do to treat your wounds?
What if you didn’t and couldn’t get help.
Even a small cut can turn into an infected nightmare if not treated quickly and effectively. This book is essential for medical skills in a wilderness environment.
Primitive Wilderness Living & Survival Skills: Naked into the Wilderness
By John McPherson
Who better to learn how to survive in the wild than the people that did and actually do live and even thrive, in the wild.
This Book is all about those people.
Get back to the basics with the primitive lifestyle and the skills used by the woodsman.
Peterson Field Guide To Wild Edible Plants
By Lee Peterson
This book will show you how to identify wild plants so you can tell if you should eat it or not eat it. Knowing what to put in your mouth and what not to can mean the difference between your survival and not.
A must-read book for long term outdoor survival.
How to Stay Alive In The Woods
By Bradford Angier
This book is one of the most popular how-to books on surviving in the woods.
There’s no fluff in this book. The author gets right into the nitty-gritty, meat and potatoes of the raw reality of wilderness survival.
Extreme Wilderness Survival
By Craig Caudill
This book covers the extreme areas of surviving in outdoor environments.
This book covers:
Wilderness Survival Guide
By Dave Canterbury
Every page of this book has a useful skill or tip on surviving in the wilderness. Advanced bushcraft wilderness type skills.
This is for the true outdoorsman that spends a lot of time in the outdoors.
The Ultimate Wilderness Survival Handbook
By Outdoor Life
With over 170 skills on surviving in the wild, this book is essential for how to survive if you were stranded in the wilderness.
Bushcraft 101: A Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival
By Dave Canterbury
Are you a beginner when it comes to wilderness survival? Or just want to brush up on the basics and general wilderness skills? This book is perfect for you.
Bushcraft 101 covers what you need to thrive outdoors.
Advanced Bushcraft: An Expert Field Guide to the Art of Wilderness Survival
By David Canterbury
For the advanced outdoorsman and wilderness survivor. Advanced Bushcraft is probably the only field guide you’ll ever need.
Bushcraft First Aid: A Field Guide to Wilderness Emergency Care
By Dave Canturbery
This will be your go-to guide for medical emergencies in an outdoor setting.
Since it’s primarily based around the field of Bushcraft, these are outdoor survival enthusiasts. They live to be outside.
If you’re spending that much time in an outdoor woods like environment, this book is a must.
Bushcraft Field Guide to Trapping, Gathering, and Cooking In The Wild
By Dave Canturbery
By New York Times bestselling author of Bushcraft 101, again, comes to the ultimate field guide to trapping, gathering, and cooking in the wild. This book is essential if you’re living off the grid in the wild.
Since hunting is a primary way of getting food off-grid, trapping, gathering and cooking that game meat is a priority.
This is your guide on how to cook all the food you want in the wild.
Tom Brown’s Field Guide: Nature Observation and Tracking
By Tom Brown
This book is
After getting the right knowledge, it’s time to enhance your knowledge with gear and tools to become more efficient at getting the job done. This section of books will help you accomplish that.
Build The Perfect Bugout Bag
By Creek Stewart
Do you have everything you need in a bugout bag packed and ready to go for when SHTF. In a disaster, you don’t want to think about how you need to pack a bug out bag and then bug out. It needs to already be prepped.
This is the ultimate guide in how to build the perfect bugout bag.
The Perfect Bugout Vehicle
By Creek Stewart
Another one by Creek Stewart. He lays out an entire guide for your bug-out vehicle. What makes a good bug out vehicle. Essential supplies for it. Everything you need.
Tools For Survival: What You Need to Survive When You’re on Your Own
By James Wesley Rawles
This book contains all the tools and gadgets you know and love. And some you don’t know. The author does a good job describing each tools abilities, uses, and functions.
Whether you believe it or not. Doomsday will occur at some point. The apocalypse is inevitable. Should you take it seriously? Some do, some don’t. I suppose it’s a matter of preference and whether or not you believe it’s coming.
Will it be a zombie apocalypse? Most likely not. But what about an AI apocalypse? Now that it actually likely to happen.
Prepping for an event like this might not be the first event to prepare for. But it’s always in the back of my mind of when will it happen. Below are some books that have been reviewed by man as some of the better doomsday preparation books.
When All Hell Breaks Loose: Stuff You Need To Survive When Disaster Strikes
By Cody Lundin
This book does a good job at helping you prep for when disaster strikes.
It gets into the nuts and bolts of
- here’s what the disaster is going to do
- here’s what you should do
- here’s what to get
- now do it before it happens.
By Richard Duarte
This book will teach you how to survive doomsday.
It also teaches you how to survive an urban disaster for those that want more “practical” information.
Doomsday Preppers Complete Survival Manual: Expert Tips for Surviving Calamity, Catastrophe, and the End of the World
By Michael Sweeney
From the Doomsday Preppers themselves, this book is the complete survival manual for surviving catastrophe and the end of the world.
The Zombie Survival Guide
By Max Brooks
I’ve seen things in my life that I thought I would never see. So I’ve learned to be a little more… open minded.
So I’m including this book for that reason. Plus, it’s a fun read and you can apply the advice to other areas as well. And if the zombies do come, we’ll be able to kill them like Darrel in The Walking Dead.
I remember clearly as many do when the economy collapsed in 2008-2009. Make no mistake, it was a period of survival. The books in this category give solid financial advice on how to prepare, survive, and thrive in a financial and economic emergency.
The Penny Pinching Prepper
By Bernie Carr
This is a great little guide for every prepper.
It’s a simple guide on how to be more efficient with your dollars. Practical tips and tricks on how to save a little more while getting a little more.
The Modern Survival Manual: Surviving the Economic Collapse
Much of the survival advice out there is outdated and not relevant for today’s world. This book is all about surviving in the modern world.
The author covers what he says are essentials for surviving an economic collapse. This information is based on real first-hand experience and reality.
If any demographic knows how to survive, it’s the branches of the military. Learn hardcore and advanced survival strategies from elite warriors in the military. Their books are below.
Survive Like a Spy
By Jason Hanson
Want to be able to have the survival abilities of a spy? This book is for you.
Spy Secrets That Can Save Your Life: A Former CIA Officer Reveals Safety and Survival Techniques to Keep You and Your Family Protected
By Jason Hanson
Another one written by Jason Hanson on the survival skills of a spy.
100 Deadly Skills
By Clint Emerson
What if you could survive like one the most skilled military units in the world? You get 100 lethal skills and abilities laid out in detail on surviving the worst and most dangerous survival situations a person could be in.
When it comes to protecting yourself against attackers or being kidnapped by terrorists, this book nails it.
100 Deadly Skills: Survival Edition
By Clint Emerson
This book by Clint gives you another 100 survival skills to survive the most dangerous scenarios a man could be in.
I listed both of these books by Clint because they’re both excellent guides on separate skills.
Not many people are able to teach you how to survive as a Navy Seal could.
Survival lessons and skills taught by Navy Seals aren’t going to be. in the next book on “how to survive stuff”. It’s like being taught how to box by Muhammed Ali.
The U.S. Navy Seal Survival Handbook
By Don Mann & Ralph Pezzullo
Learn how to survive like one of the most elite tactical units in the country, if not the world.
This survival handbook gives you techniques and strategies from one of America’s most elite warriors, a Navy Seal.
Surviving on the streets of this country is no easy task these days. With overcrowded cities and rampant crime every day. Knowing how to defend yourself against potential threats is essential. This category features the top books on self-defense to Gray Man tactics so you can defend yourself against possible urban threats.
Urban Survival Guide
By Outdoor life
The urban survival guide from Outdoor Life is a list of the top urban survival skills.
If you want to improve your skills and abilities to thrive in urban environments, this guide is for you.
SAS Urban Survival Handbook
By John “Lofty” Wiseman
This is a handbook that covers all aspects of what you need to survive in everyday life. Defending yourself. How to avoid conflicts and potential threats in urban environments.
It also tells you how to:
- protect yourself from terrorists
- Fire emergencies
- safety hazards
- Natural disasters
- home invasions
Urban Emergency Survival Plan
By Jim Cobb
Do you have a detailed plan for when you have an emergency? Do you have a get home bag?
Can you navigate back home if the grid goes down?
This is a full emergency plan for when disaster strikes in your neighborhood.
By Matthew Dermody
What if you could exist amongst the public unseen and unnoticed? Making yourself nearly immune to being targeted for an attack or dangerous threat. A gray man is someone with certain skills and abilities that allow them to blend in with the crowd. To not be noticed. This allows them to be targetless for potential threats and attacks. This book is on the art of being invisible.
Prepper’s Long-Term Survival Guide
By Jim Cobb
There are short term survival strategies and long term. Both have separate goals and agendas.
But surviving in the long term is more difficult as it requires sustainable action and behaviors over a long period of time.
This book is for the prepper that wants to prepare and survive for the long term. Not just for the next power outage.
Hunting is a skill that crucial to learn and develop as a survivalist. In the wild, off the grid, walking into a grocery store and picking up any canned food you want isn’t exactly convenient. Knowing how to trap, hunt, and cook wild game is as primitive as it gets.
Get the best guides on how to hunt your own food in this section.
The Complete Guide to Hunting Butchering and Cooking Wild Game
By Steven Rinella
Being able to grow your own food and sustain a farm over the long run are invaluable skills preppers can develop.
Many of us are homesteaders and self-sustaining individuals. This section has great books on how to grow your own food for either emergencies or everyday use. As well as how to grow a farm successfully.
The Mini Farming Bible: The Complete Guide to Self-Sufficiency on ¼ Acre
By Brett L. Markham
Become self-sufficient and have a farm on just 1/4 acre. This book will be your guide on how to do so.
It covers many different skills and areas of interest that you’ll need to successfully live more sufficiently.
How Not To Kill
By Veronica Peerless
Not only do we need survival skills to keep us alive, but we need the skills to help other organisms survive as well.
Keeping our gardens and plants alive to grow with abundance is no easy task. This guide tells you how to make it look easy.
Most of us love the outdoors. Being out in nature, off the grid. It’s hard to describe the feeling of serenity, peace, and calmness you achieve being out in nature. So, of course, we cover outdoors activities like camping, backpacking, and mountaineering.
Wilderness Camping Hiking
By Paul Tawrell
This book is more than just a book.
This is probably the most dense book in this entire library. There is a massive amount of information on every page. It would take a long time to go through.
I think it’s one of the best books to buy to use for reference for practically anything you would want to accomplish in terms of camping and wilderness survival.
The Camping Logbook
By Peter Pauper Press
For the camping enthusiast, the Camping Logbook is one of the essential manuals that every serious camper should have.
Popular amongst campers and backpackers, and for good reason.
Knowing what foods to prepare and which ones to preserve are important to know to prepare for short or long-term disasters. Mostly short term grid-down type of emergencies.
I always keep certain foods preserved for when there is a hurricane because I know the power will be out for anywhere from two to fourteen days usually.
Many of the foods you want to keep in mind are the “heat-and-eat” type. This category lists the top books on how to cook, what to cook, and preservation methods.
The Prepper’s Cookbook: 300 Recipes to Turn Your Emergency Food into Nutritious, Delicious, Life-Saving Meals
By Tess Pennington
This is the ultimate cookbook for preppers.
We want to have a. consistent stockpile of emergency food for when SHTF. So this resource is perfect for finding easy, tasty recipes that are for that very purpose.
Food Storage: Preserving Meat Dairy, and Eggs
By Susan Gregersen
To create a stockpile of food that would last us a year requires some food preservation skills. Unless you’re fine with eating crackers for a year, you’ll have to learn some food preservation techniques. This is a good guide on just that.
The book teaches you how to preserve:
Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving
By Judi Kingry and Lauren Devine
This book has become the bible for home preserving.
There are numerous benefits for canning and preserving, this book will show you how to do it the right way. In ways that allow your food to retain the majority of their nutritional value and overall quality
The Prepper’s Canning Guide
By Daisy Luther
Canning is one of the essential food preservation skills to master as a prepper. This book is your ticket to do so.
We all need a stockpile of food and water for when disaster strikes or SHTF, Canning is the method to use to preserve that food.
The earlier in life you start to learn the subjects of survival and preparedness, the better. Just as with any other skill. Kids that start to learn basic prepping is beneficial in many ways. They learn the value of every piece of equipment. They learn how to handle their finances better.
Ultimate Survival Guide For Kids
By Rob Colson
This book is
Survivor Kid: A Practical Guide To Wilderness Survival
By Denise Long
This book is for the adventurous kind that loves the outdoors.
The fact is, anyone can get lost while on a fun camping trip.
The Survivor Kid teaches young outdoorsman useful survival skills for the outdoors.
By Vera Brosgol
This book is a story about a girl named Vera.
All Vera wants to do is fit in, but it’s not so simple for her.
She found a place to fit in but it’s not exactly what she had imagined.
It’s a story full of survival lessons a young girl learned, Survival lessons from Russian history, and outhouses.
Tom Browns Field Guide For Children
By Tom Brown
- Lost-proofing children
- Stalking and tracking
- Finding water and food in nature
- Safety and first aid
- Observing and identifying animals and plants
The Worst-Case Scenario
This book is hilarious.
Sheep No More:
By Jonathan Gillam
I found myself picking this book up and not being able to put it down until I finished it.
Are we saying you should get every single book in this library?
No, you don’t have to.
You should get the books you want. And we recommend you get the books that you need the most, depending on the specific events you should be prepared for. The emergencies, disasters, and tragedies that may have happened to you previously. Make sure they don’t happen again.
Did this list help you? And what category do you think will benefit you the most and why? Let us know below in the comments.
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