New Cover; Nobody expects to one day be in a life-threatening situation, yet at some point, many of us will face just that. Would you be prepared? This book can literally save your life. It outlines the challenges of outdoor survival and tells you how to overcome those challenges. How do you keep warm in freezing temperatures? Where can you find food and water? How can you create a fire without matches or build a shelter with limited resources? This book provides valuable instructions on how to avoid hazards, how to traverse a wilderness, and how to handle search and rescue procedures. This book also provides concise information on how to prepare easily and effectively for time spent outdoors. You Can Stay Alive is a guide that each person should read and carry in their backpack. Emergencies happen, and with the help of this book, you will know just what to do for yourself or anyone you're with should a life-threatening situation arise. Larry J. Wells and Roger D. Giles are skilled woodsmen. They teach survival skills at several universities. They believe in a practical approach; after all, their ideas and advice are borne of emergency situations they have personally encountered throughout the years.Giles, Roger D. is the author of 'You Can Stay Alive', published 1981 under ISBN 9780882901817 and ISBN 0882901818.