This book is an inspiring reminder of how the small things you do and choices you make each day can really make a big difference in the world.
Inside you'll find more than 300 fun, simple, and practical things you can do to make a difference each day in your family, your school, your community, and your environment. So empower yourself today and start changing your world one project at a time! Includes ideas that can be done on your own or with a group. Learn More
A celebration of the most elite Boy Scout rank, Eagle Scouts: A Centennial History compiles one hundred years of history in a beautifully illustrated format, ripe with full-color photographs.
Combining original stories from current and past Eagle Scouts, as well as information on the history of the rank, its awards, and famous Eagle Scouts, this book provides a truly unique perspective on scouting. It is the only comprehensive guide to the honored Eagle rank, making it a must-have for active Scouts, current and aspiring Eagle Scouts, collectors, and anyone interested in learning more.
Hard cover; 160 pages.
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
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