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Monday, November 21, 2016
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is another federal resource that provides a digital database of documents that could be of use to researchers. You can find their library here.
FEMA's main library page is very easy to navigate and you can start your search in the right hand search box or choose to browse all the resources.
In my search example, I entered "kids safety".
As you can see, there are several good options to choose from. I chose ready.gov/kids- and I was not disappointed. This looks like a really fun place for kids and their parents to learn more about keeping safe during emergencies.