Fourth Edition (2003-Present)
5 1/4" x 8"
Spanish (2003-Present)
5 1/4" x 8"
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Fourth Edition (2003-Present):

Edition Notes: Cover art by Robert Depew. The first to be called a “Webelos Handbook”. Boys at the end of the Cub Trail cross over into Boy Scouting. 484 pages, 5 1/4” x 8”. Illustrations are paintings and natural color ink drawings by Robert Depew, along with photographs.

Historical Notes: Updated for relevance to today’s youth, appropriateness of content, ease of use, and perceived challenge to the reader. “Integrated character connections” refer to Cub Scouting’s 12 core values. Advancement and elective trails have been enhanced to better prepare Cub Scouts for the next rank, and Webelos Scouts for transition to Boy Scouting.

Quote: Just as you have safety rules at home, you and your family should have safety rules for using the Net. That’s why when you use the Internet to work on Requirement 12, you must do so with a parent or other adult present.