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Survival books to keep on your bookshelf in case of the apocalypse

When the apocalypse strikes, you probably won't have access to the Internet. That means no Google, no Wikipedia, and, if you haven't prepared, no cheat sheet to help you through the tough times. Here are a few books you might want to have on hand in case the worst happens. Just remember to keep a back-up pair of glasses in your emergency kit

This set of books doesn't assume any particular type of apocalypse — you'd need to shift your approach for an atomic apocalypse, a pandemic, or supervolcanos ripping the continents apart.

You might also want more texts on specific skills like blacksmithing, toolmaking, and woodworking. But these books cover the very basics: outdoor survival, food, medical care, and shelter, with some additional homesteading information, as well as the text-based building blocks to rebuild civilization. Any preppers out there, please share your go-to texts in the comments.

Here's the list:

http://io9.com/5888333/survival-books-to-keep-on-your-bookshelf-in-case-of-the-apocalypse
 
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