Part of the National Geographic’s "Mysteries in Our National Parks" series, "Ghost Horses" features one of the many adventures of Boy Scout Jack and his sister Ashley as they travel with their parents through the United States’ magnificent National Parks. In this tale, Jack and Ashley find themselves wrapped up in a hair-raising mystery involving the wild mustang population in Utah’s Zion National Park. Are are the "spirit horses" real, or just an Indian myth? This "Mysteries in the Park" series combines compelling fiction with information on our country’s natural heritage and the role we all have in understanding and protecting it for future generations.
For readers ages 8 and up. 157 pages. Soft cover. Learn More
The 2012 winner of USA Book News award for Best Non-Fiction, Four Percent is one of the most complete histories of the Boy Scouts of America ever written and the first to focus on Eagle Scouts. Learn More
Introducing a new adventure novel in the wildly popular "Mysteries in our National Parks" series from National Geographic - Escape from Fear: A Mystery in Virgin Islands National Park.
This series treats readers to the adventures of brother-sister sleuths Jack and Ashley Landon. Traveling with their mother, Olivia, a wildlife biologist, and their father, Steven, a nature photographer, they visit magnificent National Parks where they always seem to stumble upon a puzzle that only they can solve. These adventures will keep kids on the edge of their seats while they learn about our country’s natural heritage and the role we all have in understanding and protecting it for the future. 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