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The Unofficial Hunger Games Wilderness Survival Guide Paperback – May 31, 2013
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About the Author
Creek Stewart is the author of Build the Perfect Bug Out Bag, The Unofficial Hunger Games Wilderness Survival Guide, Build the Perfect Bug Out Vehicle, and Build the Perfect Bug Out Survival Skills. Creek regularly publishes articles relating to disaster preparedness in numerous magazines. He owns and is Lead Instructor at Willow Haven Outdoor--a survival, preparedness and bushcraft school located in central Indiana. Creek specializes in disaster preparedness and has consulted with individuals, corporations, non-profits and government agencies all over the United States about a myriad of preparedness-related subjects, projects and initiatives. He has been featured on Fox & Friends and is host of Fat Guys in the Woods on the Weather Channel.
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One of the nicest features of this book has to be the amount of pictures used to explain the techniques. When Creek is explaining something, there is no guesswork, fumbling over terminology and written prose; he provides plenty of pictures and illustrations to guarantee the reader's comprehension of the method at hand. The instruction is direct and well written, flows smoothly, and is a fun, quick read. As a result, kids and young ( as well as old) adults can easily learn survival, set to a popular theme.
The value of this book is in the quality of survival instruction the reader will learn upon the book's conclusion. There are loads of survival themed manuals, guides, tutorials, and books on the market. What I think sets this one apart is the ease of instruction in the books format. The reader, (in this case, my son and me), wants to learn more and this book makes survival methods easier to understand. I believe Mr. Stewart has proven himself as a capable survival author and teacher with this latest offering.
Highly recommended, especially as an introduction to survival training for young kids (both boys and girls). Boy Scouts and Scout Leaders should give this book a look as a supplemental reading for the Wilderness Survival Merit Badge. A super introductory survival book for Girl Scout and 4H Leaders also.