4 edition of When disaster strikes found in the catalog.
When disaster strikes
Alan W. McEvoy
|Statement||Alan W. McEvoy.|
|LC Classifications||LB1027.55 .M4 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||92196881|
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Healing Your Grief When Disaster Strikes: Practical Ideas for Coping After a Tornado, Hurricane, Flood, Earthquake, Wildfire, or Other Natural Disaster (The Ideas Series) by Alan D. Wolfelt out of 5 stars 1. Book When disaster strikes book of 4 in the Disaster Strikes Series.
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"With his book, When Disaster Strikes, Matthew Stein has put together one of the most comprehensive emergency preparedness manuals I've ever seen. From the smallest emergency to a total societal collapse, this book has it covered.
Highly recommended!"--Jim Cobb, disaster readiness expert and cofounder,(81). The Unthinkable: Who Survives When Disaster Strikes - and Why Paperback – J #N#Amanda Ripley (Author) › Visit Amazon's Amanda Ripley Page.
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Rated /5 The second book in the Disaster Strikes series is "Tornado Alley." The story takes place on a large ranch in Oklahoma. Wyatt, his friends Joshua and Jackson, and Wyatt's cousin Alison are out fishing at a pond when a storm moves in quickly, and produces a monster tornado/5.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. The first book in the Disaster Strikes series, Earthquake Shock, was a fat, easy read. Joey and his friends are caught in a California earthquake after having been at the skate park. When the group gets separated by a collapsed overpass they must figure out how to help each other when one boy (the one that always gives Joey a hard time) gets /5(35).
Disaster Strikes Series. Watch out. An exciting whirlwind of a series is heading your way. The world is a dangerous place. Volcanoes erupt. Earthquakes rumble.
Blizzards freeze. You’re invited to come along on action-packed adventures, where ordinary kids find themselves in extraordinary situations that test their strength, smarts, and courage.
Disaster Strikes: Blizzard Night. By Marlane Kennedy. Format Books | Individual Titles | Paperback Book.
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Praise. Praise for Disaster Strikes. * “A thrill ride punctuated with spectacular failures—but also spectacular successes.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review * “The [is] text versatile, efficiently functioning as a collection of short reads or a balanced, book-length narrativeAlways fascinating, at times unsettling, and highly recommended for elementary and middle school.
When disaster strikes, the only thing you can count on is yourself. Noah and Emma Burton have traded the sand and surf of their Hawaiian home for a chilly stay in Alaska, and Noah isn't happy about it.
His father may be a volcano expert, but why did they have to travel to the coldest, grayest place on earth when there are millions of volcanoes near Honolulu.
The Paperback of the Disaster Strikes #1: Earthquake Shock by Marlane Kennedy at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. "With his book, When Disaster Strikes, Matthew Stein has put together one of the most comprehensive emergency preparedness manuals I've ever seen.
From the smallest emergency to a total societal collapse, this book has it covered. Highly recommended!"—Jim Cobb, disaster readiness expert and cofounder, Gr 2–4—Each book in this series features a group of courageous kids banding together to survive a natural disaster. In Blizzard Night, the setting is a remote part of the Michigan wilderness in the dead of winter.
Jayden, Maggie, and Connor are forced to venture out into the blinding blizzard conditions when their family van crashes.
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