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Monday, November 18, 2013

Teaching Prepping To Children

I was sent this book Prepper Pete Prepares to read and review.  I love it. My Little Man loved it a lot. Great way to teach a child about prepping and why to be prepared without scaring them! My son has made me read this to him everyday since we received it.

It being about an ant that decides that his family should be better prepared for any type of emergency really makes it enjoyable for kids while teaching them. Giving the reasons to prep in a way that kids understand. 

This would make a great Christmas gift to give the kids in your life. Let them know that we can prepare for bad times and not be scared. This is the original prepper book for kids.  I really think that books like this , for kids, are out just in time. Kids need to know that bad things can happen , but that you can be prepared and don't have to be scared or worried. This book tells them about the times and how to prepare without frightening them. 

Great book!


Kermit said...

Glad you (and your son) are enjoying Prepper Pete Pete prepares! And thank you for the review.

Kermit Jones, Jr.

Joquena said...

This seems like a good message for grownups too! It's really easy to get overwhelmed any time you try to shift the focus to survival preparedness and panicking so isn't the point.

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