Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family by Arthur Bradley Giveaway at Linda Weaver Clarke's Blog

It's the first week of January and Linda Weaver Clarke is already busy bringing you new interviews and new giveaways.

The topic of this book is scary, but the truth is that we live in a dangerous world and we need to be prepared in the case of a disaster. I have several friends who have emergency kits ready. It's something I've been meaning to do myself. While where we live there is a low chance of us having to deal with a disaster, I sure wouldn't want to be unprepared if something happened.

Arthur T. Bradley is a homeschooling father, Army veteran, and a NASA engineer. Deeply affected by 9/11, Bradley began reading books on disaster preparedness. When he didn't find one that met his family's needs, he sat down and wrote this 540-page handbook to help ensure others are prepared for any type of disaster.

The Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family is clear and easy to read with dozens of photos, illustrations, and worksheets. It focuses on practical steps that you and your family can take to become better prepared.

The book has received some excellent reviews, which you'll find on the author's website at

You can visit Linda Weaver Clarke's blog at to leave a comment for your chance to win a copy of the book. This giveaway runs through January 10, 2011 and is open to residents of the United States and Canada.

Stop by Linda's blog now before you forget!

1 comment:

Maria said...

I'm definitely ordering this book! It's important to prepare as well as teach our children to be prepared. I just ordered Smoke Hoods since they can protect us in the event of a fire or toxic gasses.

Thank you for the great info!