Nothing goes better with a gooey s’more and a glowing campfire than a good ghost story. This collection of scary classics and frightening folktales will send shivers up your spine. These stories can be read aloud or easily retold; either way, your fellow campers may want to sleep with the light on. Spooky Campfire Stories is lightweight, portable entertainment for the entire family. Pick it up before your next trip down the trail.
With wit, insight, honesty, Tom Sholes reveals how a young inexperienced Scoutmaster grew in his skills and knowledge to become a highly successful leader of youth. Tom challenged his Scouts with rugged mountains, wild rivers, and unforgiving desert. A master storyteller, he recounts troop mishaps and adventures, from wild whitewater to quiet moments of wonder on mountain summits. Learn More
Reading Weather provides a quick and simple way to understand how the atmosphere works, how to interpret and use weather forecasts before venturing outdoors, and also how to make your own forecast in the field by observing the changes in the weather. This handy reference will arm you with the meteorological knowledge necessary to make good decisions on whether to proceed or retreat in the face of a storm. Also included are helpful definitions, tables, and simplified graphics of common weather features. Learn More
This book helps you build a stronger relationship with your child as you work side-by-side to build the ultimate winning car! From author David Meade, who got his start as a boy in the PWD, the book is filled with extremely useful information as well as tried and true techniques, to take you step-by-step with instructions, photos, and diagrams. Paperback, 128 pages. Learn More