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Prepper Pete Prepares

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An Introduction To Prepping For Kids

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There is very little in the way of helping parents explain to young kids about prepping. Yet alone, children’s books to help get them to read without some left wing PC garbage tossed in. Enter in to our little corn of the web a series written by Kermit Jones Jr and illustrated by Christy Brill.

“Some people prepare because they are afraid.
Our family does not have to be afraid…
because we are prepared!“
-Prepper Pete

The main character in this series is an ant. I’m not sure if Kermit got the idea from American’s Networking To Survive, or from Proverbs 6:6-8 “Go to ant, O sluggard: behold her ways, and be wise. For she having no guide, governor, nor ruler, Prepareth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in harvest.” (GNV) But the point is, awesome job. These are the perfect Christmas gift under the tree or stocking stuffer for your young children in your family… or cousins, nephews, etc. #1 on the list for children books for homeschooling too.

Teaching kids the importance of being prepared doesn’t have to be harsh or scary. Regardless of why you (or someone you may know) prepare, remember that the single most important thing you can teach your kids is how to think!

All the preps in the world don’t mean a thing if people don’t know how to think clearly. Teach useful skills to all of the kids you know, to include critical thinking, problem solving, and the most important one of all – how to be resourceful!

Prepper Pete and Friends are the first and only Prepper books on the market designed especially for kids! Check back often for new releases! – http://www.prepperpeteandfriends.com/grownups/

Keep preppin’!

– wolfe


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