Sir James Edward Parrott was a British teacher and author, who served as the Liberal Member of Parliament from Edinburgh South for 1917-1918. Narrated by the first person, this part of “The Childrens' Story of the War” dedicated to the depiction of war events. The war found the Boy Scouts true to their motto, "Be Prepared." In London alone 25,000 Scouts were organised to help the various Government departments by acting as messengers. Along the south and east coasts nearly 3,000 went on duty to guard culverts, telephone and telegraph lines, railway stations, reservoirs, etc. Numbers of Scouts also worked as harvesters in the place of men who had joined the Army. The boys above are "doing their little bit" by carrying soldiers' baggage to the railway station. The truthful and touching stories, based on real historical events, will not leave you indifferent. Enjoy the reading.