This book by William “Green Bar Bill” Hillcourt is truly an inspiring read. It tells Lord Baden-Powell’s story in two parts: first, his illustrious military career in which he rose to the rank of Lieutenant-General in the British army; then, his post-war vision that became the Boy Scout program. Read he engaged boys in purposeful fun and draw them away from the rough streets of turn-of-the-century England. Learn More
This exciting book, by authors Patricia Potter Wilson and Roger Leslie, tells the story of Eagle Scout Paul Siple and his adventure to the South Pole as part of Commander Richard Byrd 's Antarctic Expedition in 1926. Perfect for young readers, the story and pictures are sure to capture their interest and imagination. Hardcover; 204 pages. Learn More
A celebration of the most elite Boy Scout rank, Eagle Scouts: A Centennial History compiles one hundred years of history in a beautifully illustrated format, ripe with full-color photographs.
Combining original stories from current and past Eagle Scouts, as well as information on the history of the rank, its awards, and famous Eagle Scouts, this book provides a truly unique perspective on scouting. It is the only comprehensive guide to the honored Eagle rank, making it a must-have for active Scouts, current and aspiring Eagle Scouts, collectors, and anyone interested in learning more.
Hard cover; 160 pages.