When a disaster strikes, books can be a critical part of emergency relief.
The storm killed at least 24 people and has left over 3,300 homeless in the South Pacific nation. Officials say the country's early warning system helped it avoid a more sweeping death toll.
As the island nation of Vanuatu struggles in the wake of Cyclone Pam, global leaders are meeting in Japan for a U.N. conference on disaster prevention. Japan pledged $4 billion in disaster aid over the next four years.