From one of the founders of BSA and originally published in 1882, this survival manual is filled with all kinds of projects including how to build a pine bough hut, build a boat, an aquarium, squirt guns and more. Softbound, 444 pages.
Veteran backcountry guides and guidebook authors share clever, practical tricks-of-the-trade that only long experience on the trail can provide in Backpacking Tips. Inside you'll find checklists, handy diagrams, and tips on everything from buying the right gear to tasty trailside cooking.
Discover BWCA . . . the legendary destination for canoeists from around the world! This book is an excellent guide to canoe camping in this area where you can paddle a thousand pristine lakes and streams in more than a million acres of solitude and beauty. Guide covers basic paddle craft, plus safety and practice exercises for groups preparing for a multiday trip to BWCA. Soft cover, 171 pages. Learn More
Part of the best-selling Eyewitness series known for its in-depth, comprehensive look at its subjects and signature style for integrating words and pictures. Written by Bob Birkby, Boy Scouts of America offers a unique look at the history of Scouting, covering a wide range of topics and events, including:
How Scouting began
Major BSA events
Famous Boy Scouts
Skills and leadership qualities
And much more!
Featuring material from the official BSA archives, this book is fully illustrated with colorful photographs, maps, and illustrations. Format appeals to readers ages 7 and up, so it’s a great resource for Scouts, parents, and leaders alike. Hard cover, 64 pages. Learn More