Woodland Jamboree: Mike Headrick
Live from the Homesick Jamboree: Adrian Blevins
Mountaineer Jamboree:Country Music in West Virginia Ivan M. Tribe
Country Duppy & Jonkanoo Jamboree: Aston Cooke
The Jubilee Jamboree:A Personal Boy Scouting Memoir Leo V. Kanawada Jr.
Juneteenth Jamboree: Carole Boston Weatherford, Yvonne Buchanan
Barn Dances and Jamborees Across Kentucky: J.D. Wilkes
Animal Jamboree / La fiesta de los animales: Judith Ortiz Cofer
This is the story of seven Boy Scouts from Texas that travel to Great Brittan to participate in the World Jamboree with two adult leaders. Once there they are sent back to fifth century AD to help two Guardian Saints find and return to him Merlin?s Gray Grimoire, a volume containing all the magic left in the world to correct the balance between Order and Chaos. The boys, their leaders and a Guardian Saint follow clues left by Merlin to find the seven parts of the Gray Grimoire and hopefully find Merlin along the way. The book is divided into two parts the story of the Quest and the legendary tales of Merlin to clear up the misconception many recent authors have been slinging around, like Merlin being younger than Arthur. They also say he was not a Christian. This also was incorrect. I read over twenty books on Merlin, Arthur and his Knights to bring you this story.