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Post by wannabemountainman on Mon 13 Jul 2009, 19:03






How to Survive Anything, Anywhere
General Editor - Chris McNab
Published 2004 by Amber Books
www.amberbooks.co.uk
ISBN 1-904687-25-3

Described as "The complete single-volume handbook of professional survival skills"

Covers everything, from the sub-zero Arctic to the "Urban Jungle"

500 artworks and diagrams

We take turns reading this book aloud at home at least 3 nights a week. We found it to be a virtual storehouse of new information, some stuff we already knew and things we THOUGHT we knew.
Over 300 pages of great stuff!
I checked it out of our local library, so you might get away with not having to buy one.




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