Most of the advice in the book would not come immediately to mind if you were actually faced with any of the emergencies contained within. For example: if you were outside and you noticed that your hair was standing on end, would you have the presence of mind to remember to assume a squatting position and to open your mouth so that lightning would not weld your teeth fillings together? Still, for those who worry about what to do when things happen that are out of our control, this book may allay certain fears. It may inspire others, but overall it will hopefully do more good than harm.
Recommended for students in grades 6-9 who want to feed their phobias.
Not recommended for most others.