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  The Junior Woodchuck Guidebook
  
Name:    The Junior Woodchuck Guidebook
Printed:    The first edition was probably printed around 1901 in Duckburg.
First appearance:    1954 in Secret of Atlantis
Created by:    Carl Barks.
Description:    The Junior Woodchuck Guidebook is the famous guidebook used by The Junior Woodchucks.

The name for The Junior Woodchuck Guidebook in some other languages:

Language:     Name:
Danish: Grønspættebogen
Dutch (in the Netherlands):   Woudlopershandboek (In some older stories Padvindershandboek)
Finnish: Sudenpentujen Käsikirja
French: Le manuel des Castors Juniors
German: Das schlaue Buch (the smart book) | Das Pfadfinderhandbuch
Italian: Il Manuale delle Giovani Marmotte
Norwegian: Hakkespettboken
Portuguese: O Manual dos Escoteiros-Mirins (in Brazil).
Spanish (in Spain): El Manual de los Jóvenes Castores | El Manual de los Forestales Juveniles
Swedish: Gröngölingsboken
   The Junior Woodchuck Guidebook

History:

The long history of The Junior Woodchuck Guidebook is told in Don Rosa's Guardians of the Lost Library. In that story Don Rosa shows that it contains the very essence of the lost library from Alexandria together with information added by persons as Marco Polo and Christopher Columbus. The library was finally hidden in a secret room beneath Fort Duckburg where it later was discovered by Cornelius Coot. Later he passed the book over to his son Clinton Coot, the founder of The Junior Woodchucks.

In W.H.A.D.A.L.O.T.T.A.J.A.R.G.O.N. Don Rosa shows that there also exists a mini-edition of the guidebook for beginners, and that only full members of the Junior Woodchucks may own and read in any version of the book.


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