Used prepping books

Used prepping books
Books on prepping and survival to buy used on Amazon

Buy prepping, homesteading and survival books used!
Buying books used on Amazon is a great way to amass a
collection of prepping, homesteading and survival books. With
Amazon you can quickly find bushcrafting books, food storage
books and other general homesteading and prepping guides that
would otherwise take hours to find at the local thrift shops. You
will have to pay for shipping, but not always.

Best of all, when buying used books on Amazon you can read
reviews from verified purchasers to know if it's a worthwhile
investment.

Buying used books on Amazon
Buying used books on prepping, homesteading and survival is a
way to get more bang for your buck. Below are some ideas of
books that you may find of interest..

#1: Hawkes Special Forces Handbook.
This guide gets 4.6 of 5 stars. Hawkes Special Forces Handbook,
the portable guide to getting out alive, by Mykel Hawke, pictured
right, is an extremely condensed version of Hawke's full edition.
It's a happy preppers favorite!

Beautifully designed and easy to read, it is a scout's guide, a
survivalists and prepper's handbook, a bushcrafting bible and a
"must own" resource whether you are a beginner or expert on
survival. It's one of the best prepper survival books for wilderness
survival.

You'll want own the hard copy because it is so well crafted and
designed. It will fit well in your glove compartment, though it's
perhaps a bit heavy for your bugout bag. You can get a great deal
on Prime delivered for around $10 new, but you can also buy this
book for as low as $2.13 used, , but you will pay shipping and
perhaps also tax.At last review there are 30 used copies
available. You'll pay some for shipping, which is always the catch
when buying used books. Compare a new copy on Prime to the
used copy and you can determine which is the better deal for you.
If you want the book quickly get it on Prime!

#2: Free Range Chicken Gardens.
A "must have" homesteading book that you can get used for a
great price is for chicken lovers:
Free-Range Chicken Gardens:
How to Create a Beautiful, Chicken-Friendly Yard.

At last check we found 42 used copies of this gorgeous book! This
well designed book by Jessi Bloom (an award winning landscape
designer) has glorious pictures by Kate Baldwin. Is shows how
you can keep chickens and have a beautiful garden, too, to enjoy
fresh eggs and help your garden thrive. With this book, you'll
discover the plants and shrubs essential for food and forage.

You will find this book used for around $3.15, but you will pay
shipping and perhaps also tax.

#3: Survival Wisdom & Know How


Survival Wisdom & Know How gets 4.5 of 5 stars and  The price
for a new book on Prime is $13.98 and it's $12.99 on Kindle, but
it is available for as low as $4.90 or around $8.90 with free
shipping when it's used!

Survival Wisdom & Know-How is the most complete, all-in-one
volume on every aspect of outdoor adventure and survival ever,
from orienteering to campfire cooking to ice climbing and beyond.
Culled from dozens of respected books from Stackpole, the
industry's leader in outdoor adventure, this massive collection of
wilderness know-how leaves absolutely nothing to chance when it
comes to surviving and thriving in the wilderness.

#3: 101 Things to Do Series.
Once you get one of the "101 things to do with" books, you'll
want another.

  • 101 Things to Do with Powdered Milk. Moving from basic
    recipes―such as evaporated milk, mozzarella cheese, sour
    cream, and yogurt―to scrumptious beverages, breads, dips
    and spreads, soups and sauces, and family-pleasing entrees,
    desserts, and snacks, powdered milk comes out of the pantry
    and onto the table in gala family style. Author, Darlene
    Carlisle, who has taught classes and workshops on uses of
    powdered milk for Utah State University Extension and
    community groups, has created a popular classic in 101
    things to do with powdered milk.


One of the best prepper fiction books

Sometimes you may find used books are more expensive than the
ones that qualify for Prime. A good example of a book that's
cheaper to buy on Prime is
Dirt Cheap Valuable Prepping (cheap
stuff you can stockpile now that will be extremely valuable When
SHTF) by Cal Wilson. It's around $8.88 on Prime which includes
free shipping, while used copies are $8.87 and you have to pay
for the shipping and tax, so it's actually much more. Another
example is  the
Prepper's Long Term Survival Guide, by Jim Cobb
a well respected prepper and author with many books found on
Amazon.

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