This book doesn't contain any ground-breaking, new ideas that you won't find in other prepping/survival books, but it approaches the subject from a slightly different perspective. The goal of this book isn't to wow you with new preps that you may have missed, it is to help you get the entire family involved in prepping.
Many preppers will attest to the fact that it can be difficult to get your family to join in and care about prepping. This book offers up activities for you to do with the family that will allow them to have fun as they learn and prepare for a disaster situation.
From a bus route scavenger hunt that teaches map reading and navigation to paintball games, gardening as a family, and camping out this book will offer you an assortment of ways to get your whole family involved in the prepping process.
Unfortunately, the kindle formatting on this book is not great. On my Gen4 Kindle Reader, the text is much smaller than every other book I have and there is a lot of space between each paragraph.
I picked this book up while it was free, so I can't comment on price, but it was definitely worth the time that it took to read it. Recommended!
If you want another book with some more specific advice on making sure you have the lightest and most efficient BOB possible, I recommend Ultralight Survival: Make a Small and Light Bug Out Bag That Could Save Your Life