Camping Survival Handbook In Stores Now


April 11th, 2015 – Mikazuki Publishing House announced the release of its newest book title “Camping Survival Handbook” (ISBN-13: 978-1942825029). Authored by Kambiz Mostofizadeh, the Camping Survival Handbook teaches novices how to properly build a fire, identify constellations, build shelter, cook in the wilderness, deal with wild animals, draw a simple map, identify animal tracks, and survive in the wilderness. According to camping industry analysts, the rising trend in camping has been attributed to families seeking inexpensive forms of family entertainment that would both be enjoyable as well as low cost.

According to the Outdoor Industry Association, the authority on the American camping industry, Americans spend nearly 646 Billion Dollars on outdoor recreation directly resulting in more than 6 million jobs. According to Lucintel, the global camping equipment market alone will be worth at least 5 Billion United States Dollars in 2019. According to the 2012 American Camper Report nearly 42 million Americans went camping in 2011 with the average camper taking a minimum of 5 trips annually. The entry of people trying camping for the first time will be a major boon to the industry and the trend has shown that people are taking a newly found interest in this outdoor activity.

Author of the “Camping Survival Handbook”, Kambiz Mostofizadeh said “Camping and the industry surrounding it make up one of the major components of the American economy. For the camper, there is nothing more enjoyable than spending time with their family in the great American outdoors. There are many people that have never camped and that is why it is important for new generations to be introduced to the joys of outdoor recreation.” The Camping Survival Handbook (ISBN-13: 978-1942825029) published by Mikazuki Publishing House and authored by Kambiz Mostofizadeh, is now in stores. For more information visit

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