When disaster strikes, where do you turn?
Rowan Morgan thinks she’s ready for the rare great earthquake that devastates the Pacific Northwest but she quickly finds out there is more to emergency preparation than stockpiling food. Disasters change people, make them anxious.
Anxious people make bad decisions, take silly risks.
At their father’s insistence Rowan and her brother have taken first aid courses, learned to fish and hunt, and know to close ranks around the family in emergencies. When she has to put that training into practice, Rowan discovers many situations are not covered in survival manuals.
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Paperback: 232 pages
Publisher: Great Plains Teen Fiction (April 15 2014)
Released: April 2014