AA Public Literature Store
There are hundreds of books and pamphlets available to every person who comes to AA, so we have selected a limited range below that will help in explaining what AA does. You may purchase these items online. Please make yourself familiar with our Terms and Conditions before placing your order.
For AA members, please see the full literature list on the Member's Website.
BIG BOOK, 4TH EDITION
2001 reprint of the Big Book, with 26 new stories at the back.
12 STEPS & 12 TRADS. REG.
12 Steps and 12 Traditions Regular.Incl Bill W's 24 essays on recovery unity.
A.A. COMES OF AGE
How AA started, the Steps and Traditions and the growth of the Fellowship.
12 STEPS & 12 TRADS. GIFT.
The pocket-sized hardcover gift version containing the same text as B002.
Examples of how AA members live and stay sober one day at a time.
INMATE TO INMATE
32 stories of the experience of men and women who found AA whilst in a prison.
BIG BOOK LARGE PRINT 4TH
Large print 4th Edition Big Book for the visually impaired.
BIG BOOK SOFT COVER 4TH
Soft cover of the 4th Edition.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - MINI
Softcover pocket-sized version of B001, but containing only the first 164 pages.
A SOC. OF ALCS IN ACTION NZ
Computer generated copy of AA in New Zealand's history book.
INFORMATION ON ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
A brief pamphlet with basic information on what AA does.
"Where Money and Spirituality Mix"
WHERE DO I GO FROM HERE?
For the alcoholic leaving treatment or detoxification.
Carrying Message Inside Walls
"Am I responsible". What ordinary AA members can do for the man inside.
GSO New York
Guide to the US GSO and what it does.
Problems Other than Alcohol
Written by Bill W. Contains excerpts from a Grapevine Article Bill wrote.
Brief explanation of what a District Committee Member is.
Primary Purpose Card
The usual card stating what is an open meeting & what is a closed meeting.
Memo to an AA Group Treasurer
Duties of treasurers, including an explanation re Prudent Reserves and Resources .
Slogan - But for the Grace of God
Available individually as well as in a set of 5 Slogans
Slogan - Easy Does It
Slogan - Think Think Think
Set of Five Slogans
Set of slogans including: But for the Grace of God, Easy Does It, First Things First, Live & Let Live and Think Think Think.
AA AROUND THE WORLD
40 stories of recovery and service from around the world; published 2000.
4 sides of A4 paper, 100 questions to test your grip on the Traditions.
Partners on the Journey
CD Sponsorship stories from the pages of Grapevine
The Twelve Traditions
CD Articles on the Traditions from the AA Grapevine
It Works If We Work At It
CD Selected Stories from Grapevine.. 2. How one drunk helps ..3.Holding fast to.
BIG BOOK - BRAILLE
Complete Big Book in Braille , in several volumes.
THIS IS ALC.ANON.PAMPHLET
Symptoms of Alcoholism summed up in 12 Questions, pamphlet.
WHO, ME? PAMPHLET
The realisation and admission that you are an alcoholic, pamphlet.
Serenity Prayer Banner
The usual Banner
BEGINNERS GUIDE TO AA AND ITS PROGRAMME
Basic pamphlet on the workings of AA.
THIS IS AA
An Introduction to the AA recovery programme, 21 pages.
AA - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Questions and Answers about AA, 37 pages. Formerly called 44 Questions.
IS AA FOR YOU
Twelve Questions only the reader can answer, 6 pages.
YOUNG PEOPLE & AA
Too Young? Myths and truths about alcohol and AA, 46 pages.
AA FOR THE WOMAN
A guide for women considering AA; stories from individual women, 38 pages.
MEMO TO AN INMATE
Stories from inmates sharing their experiences and their recoveries, 41 pages.
THE AA MEMBER MEDS & DRUGS
Report from doctors in AA. (incl medication and other drugs). 22 pages.
DO YOU THINK YOU ARE DIFFERENT
Speaks to newcomers about how AA can work for someone different. 37 pages.
LETTER TO WOMAN ALCOHOLIC
Describes with understanding the problems of the alcoholic woman. 21 pages.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ON SPONSORSHIP
Shared AA experience to answer the questions about sponsors.
MESSAGE TO CORRECTIONAL PROFESSIONALS
Brief pamphlet on What AA is and can do.
TIME TO START LIVING/or AA FOR THE OLDER ALCOHOLIC
Adresses the older alcoholic. 53 pages.
AA AS A RESOURCE FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
Describes some approaches that health care professionals use.
A NEWCOMER ASKS
15 brief, straightforward answers to questions that once puzzled us.
A CLERGYMAN ASKS
Introduction to Alcoholics Anonymous for members of the clergy 21 pages.
IS THERE AN ALCOHOLIC IN YOUR LIFE
Explains AA to people who may have a relative or friend who is alcoholic.
AA IN YOUR COMMUNITY
A brief guide to AA for non-professionals (schools, church groups etc...)
What it was like, and the solution, seen from the perspective of Gay and Lesbian alcoholics.
IT SURE BEATS SIT.IN A CELL
An illustrated pamphlet. Storiesof 7 sober AA members who started out in jail.
A BRIEF GUIDE TO ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
A short pamphlet setting out basic information on Alcoholics Anonymous.
IF YOU ARE A PROFESSIONAL
A short guide for professional people on what AA is and is not.
Aspects of anonymity at the personal and media level, with questions and answers.
12 Steps Illustrated
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