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
To celebrate the BSA Centennial, historical author and Eagle Scout, Chuck Wills mined the archives to create this comprehensive, historical account of Scouting. Filled with interesting facts along with stories from famous Scouts including Henry "Hank" Aaron, President Gerald R. Ford, Neil Armstrong, and more. With 281 pages, this book contains vivid and some never-before-seen photographs. Learn More
Produced in close partnership with the BSA®, DK Custom Publishing presents the first and only official visual representation of Scouting today. Boy Scouts of America: Today features hundreds of never-before-seen photographs drawn from a nationally-held BSA photography competition during which everyday folks submitted photos of Scouts exemplifying Scout Law. Arranged upon the theme of the 12 Points of Scout Law, this book is a visual representation of these Laws in action. Learn More
The information provided in this manual helps you create a safe environment for all youth participating in shooting sports activities. This all-in-one publication includes a Shooting Sports Manual for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venturing.
All Councils should make this manual available to your Shooting Sports Committee, camp leadership, and unit leaders.
Soft cover, 150 pages.