Written by co-founder of the Boy Scouts of America, naturalist, author, and painter Ernest Thompson Seton, and compiled from American Indian cultures, this classic work offers a glimpse of the ways, history, and philosophy of these proud peoples. Learn More
From its 1911 black-and-white debut (and nickel cover price) to the glossy, full-color publication of today, Boys' Life has become an American institution. With a current circulation of 1.1 million, it has become one of the nation's most popular youth magazines, teaching boys how to live resourcefully, wisely, and well. The Best of Boys' Life book brings together a choice selection of material that has appeared in the magazine over the past century. Learn More
This book takes you on an extraordinary journey alongside America’s new generation of Eagle Scouts as they shape the future of Scouting, and America itself. Author and Eagle Scout, Alvin Townley, traveled across the country and the globe to meet these young Eagle Scouts. He found them everywhere, continuing the life of adventure and service that they had begun in Scouting. Townley’s engaging prose shares their noble deeds and exciting accomplishments in this 320-page, hardback book. Learn More
This book is a perfect companion for every proud U.S. citizen who seeks a better understanding of how the Boy Scouts of America — through its unique and influential partnership with 19 consecutive presidents of the United States — successfully shaped and developed over 115 million duty-driven and service-oriented young people during the past century.
The recipient of multiple honors from the 2014 USA Book News Best Book Awards, this book makes a great gift of recognition to a mature Scout or Scout Leader. Hard cover; 392 pages.