HOW TO SURVIVE IN THE CITY
Protecting yourself against terrorism, natural disasters, assult fires and everyday jazards
Autore: Chris McNab, Joanna Rabiger
For most people, the art of survival is all about how to cope when deprived of the comforts of home finding food and building shelter in the wilderness, for instance but there is quite a different set of survival skills required for city living. With danger seeming to lurk around every street corner, coping with the potential threats of a busy and unfamiliar city can pose a real challenge to the uninitiated. How to Survive in the City is an informative guide to overcoming the challenges of urban living, offering the reader a variety of tips and advice on how to be streetwise and overcome everyday problems including how to prevent muggings and avoid confrontations, how to unlock your house and car without keys, how to escape a burning building, how to negotiate public transport, road safety measures, and being alert to terrorist activities. Complete with more than 120 black-and-white illustrations that complement the text, this book is the perfect companion to surviving city life, whether you are a seasoned urban dweller or merely a day visitor.
120 illustrazioni varie
19 x 24