To celebrate the BSA Centennial, historical author and Eagle Scout, Chuck Wills mined the archives to create this comprehensive, historical account of Scouting. Filled with interesting facts along with stories from famous Scouts including Henry "Hank" Aaron, President Gerald R. Ford, Neil Armstrong, and more. With 281 pages, this book contains vivid and some never-before-seen photographs. Learn More
The SCA Trail-Building and Maintenance Manual is an invaluable guide based upon the award-winning “Work Skills Program” of the Student Conservation Association which has more than 40 years’ experience providing skilled volunteers to the Forest Service, Parks Service, and Bureau of Land Management. Written by Robert Birkby, former trail crew foreman and director of conservation at Philmont, this definitive book has been used around the world. Paperback; 340 pages. Learn More
No telescope required! A comfortable lawn chair and a clear, night sky are all you need. Author James R. Sowell teaches you how to find and identify constellations—and even locate galaxies!—just using the naked eye.
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