This is the second best survival book published and one of the few books I'd actually take with me on a journey. It's extremely well written, covering not just practical needs and standard survival instruction, but also the mindset required. Examples are also given with survivors telling their stories, so you know the challenges ahead. This is also the only book I know that covers cannibalism seriously.
An urban version of the SAS Handbook, this is a collection of all the safety warnings on everyday products you never read in their own manuals, as well as helpful advise on how to stay safe everyday. Still interesting in parts.
If you haven't read the police driving manual, then this is a good introduction to safe travelling day to day on and off the roads. It mostly covers regular maintenance on your car, how to tow a caravan, etc - hmm not the image given out by the SAS. But if you want your child to drive carefully, a former SAS survival instructor may be the peer pressure they need.
Advice taken from Combat & Survival Magazine is condensed into a hardback book. Nothing new, but the illustrations are a work of art and will help you remember better than words ever did - that said practice makes perfect!