New York Times best-selling author William J.Bennett uses stories, essays, historical vignettes, and contemporary profiles to explore and explain what it means to be a man.
Special BSA® edition features 36 additional pages including stories of Scouts with each chapter and a forward by Chief Scout Executive Bob Mazzuca.
The Book of Man explores the life of men in various contexts: work, play, prayer, war, home, and citizenship. Aimed at helping families (adults and children), teachers, and policy makers, this book defines what a man should be, how he should live, and to what he should aspire.
Appropriate reading for both teens and adults. Learn More
This softcover book is full of camp-lore and woodcraft ideas and projects. This includes instructions on how to build a good fire, cook venison, prepare for a camping trip, and use an axe and a saw. Learn More
A successful campfire can be the highlight of any Scouting adventure. The pamphlet is an excellent guide to fast-paced campfires sure to get everyone involved. Includes skits, cheers, introductions, riddles, and Scouting legends. This 47-page book can be used as an excellent starting point for a new Scoutmaster or as a source for new ideas for the experienced leaders. Learn More
This pamphlet is a collection of more than 100 favorite campfire skits. Listed at the beginning of each skit are the number of participants required and any props which may be needed. The dialog between participants is in plain text, while instructions for actors are listed in italics. An index is available at the end of this book which references skits by Scouts. "Scout Skits" catalogs most of the skits that are popular today as well as some new skits. Learn More