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  • Big Book (4th Edition)

    $6.00$12.50

    Known as the “Big Book,” the basic text of Alcoholics Anonymous has helped millions of people recover from alcoholism since the first edition appeared in 1939. Chapters describing the A.A. recovery program — the original Twelve Steps — and the personal histories of A.A.’s co-founders remain unchanged since the original, while new stories have been added to the personal histories with each edition.
    Fourth Edition (2001).
    General Service Conference-approved.

  • Living Sober

    $6.00$6.50

    This practical booklet demonstrates through simple examples how A.A. members throughout the world live and stay away from that “first drink” one day at a time. Covers topics such as attending events where alcohol is served, relationships in sobriety and much more. General Service Conference-approved.

  • A Newcomer Asks

    $0.25

    Straightforward answers to 15 questions that those new to Alcoholics Anonymous frequently ask about getting sober in A.A.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Folded pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    8 pages

  • The 12 & 12

    $8.00$10.75
    Revised and Reformatted

    The “Twelve and Twelve” contains 12 essays by Bill W. that expand upon each of the Steps — the A.A. program of recovery — with helpful examples and personal insights, and another 12 that explain how the Traditions protect the unity of Alcoholics Anonymous. Originally published in Grapevine in 1952, Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions is used today by A.A. members and groups worldwide.
    General Service Conference-approved.

     

  • Q’s & A’s on Sponsorship

    $0.25

    Uses shared A.A. experience to answer 34 questions likely to be asked by persons seeking sponsors, persons wanting to be sponsors, and groups planning sponsorship activity.

  • Is A.A. For You?

    $0.25

    Lists 12 questions to ask yourself if you think you may be an alcoholic. For those who think they may have a drinking problem.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Folded pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    6 pages

  • NY Area Meeting Book NOT CURRENTLY IN PRINT

    $2.50
  • This is A.A.

    $0.25

    An introduction to A.A.: describes who A.A.s are and what they have learned about alcoholism. For all who think they may have a drinking problem.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Folded pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    24 pages

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    $0.25

    Answers many of the common questions people have about alcoholism and A.A.: What is alcoholism? What are the Twelve Steps? How can I tell if I am really an alcoholic? Informative reading for those seeking help with a drinking problem, as well as for their families and friends.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    40 pages

  • Wallet Card (Steps, Traditions, Serenity Prayer, Preamble)

    $0.15

    Steps, Traditions, Serenity Prayer and Preamble

  • Is A.A. For Me?

    $0.25

    This illustrated, easy-to-read 32-page pamphlet expands on the 12 self-diagnostic questions in “Is A.A. for You?” Suitable for those who think they may have a drinking problem.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    32 pages

  • Newcomer’s Packet – Expanded

    $7.40

    Wallet Cards:

    M-2: Steps/ Traditions/ Serenity Prayer

    M-21: I am Responsible

    M-22: Anonymity

    Pamphlets:

    P-2: Frequently Asked Questions

    P-3: Is AA for you

    P-15:Q and A on Sponsorship

    P-24: A Newcomer Asks

    Books:

    B-7: Living Sober

  • Daily Reflections

    $12.50$13.00

    A collection of readings that moves through the calendar year one day at a time: A.A. members reflect on favorite quotations from the literature of Alcoholics Anonymous. The volume focuses on all Three Legacies of Recovery, Unity and Service. General Service Conference-approved.

  • The God Word

    $0.50

    Ten agnostic/atheist members share their experience of finding meaningful recovery in A.A., showing there is room in the Fellowship for believers and non-believers alike.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    24 pages

  • Young People in A.A.

    $0.50

    Nineteen young A.A.s — aged 16 to 27 — tell how they were able to stop drinking through Alcoholics Anonymous, dispelling many common “myths” about alcoholism and A.A. Includes a self-diagnostic questionnaire for those who think they may have a drinking problem.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    48 pages

  • Women in AA

    $0.50

    Twelve alcoholic women from a range of backgrounds — a U.S. Marine, a stay-at-home mom, a teenage runaway — share how they stopped drinking and found recovery in A.A. Touching on many of the themes common among still-suffering female alcoholics, their stories show how Alcoholics Anonymous helped these women find a new way of life.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    36 pages

  • Problems Other Than Alcohol

    $0.25

    Bill W.’s thoughts on the status of those addicted to drugs and other substances within A.A. are as timely as when they appeared in a 1958 Grapevine.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Folded pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    8 pages

  • The A.A. Member – Medications & Other Drugs

    $0.25

    Report from a group of doctors in Alcoholics Anonymous. A.A. members share their experience with medications and other drugs.

  • Many Paths to Spirituality

    $0.50

    With sharing that reflects the boundless range of belief (and non-belief) among A.A. members — including Buddhism, Islam, Native American faith traditions, and atheism and agnosticism — this pamphlet shows how Alcoholics Anonymous is a spiritual organization, rather than a religious one.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    20 pages

  • The 12 Steps Illustrated

    $0.50

    An easy-to-read version of A.A.’s program of recovery: each of the Twelve Steps is explained through illustration and simplified text.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    16 pages

  • Newcomer Package – Basic

    $1.40

    Wallet Cards:

    M-2: Steps/ Traditions/ Serenity Prayer

    M-21: I am Responsible

    M-22: Anonymity

    Pamphlets:

    P-2: Frequently Asked Questions

    P-3: Is AA for you

    P-15:Q and A on Sponsorship

    P-24: A Newcomer Asks

  • Understanding Anonymity

    $0.25

    This pamphlet explains how anonymity serves as both a safeguard at the personal level and a spiritual principle at the public level, and outlines what this means for A.A. members both within A.A. and outside of it. Includes FAQs on social media and the Internet, as well as suggestions for dealing with friends and family.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    20 pages

  • Responsibility (Wallet Card)

    $0.10
  • Do You Think You’re Different?

    $0.50

    Speaks to newcomers who may wonder how A.A. can work for someone “different” – black or Jewish, teenager or nearing 80, plus nine other people who tell how the A.A. program has worked for them.

  • Anonymity (Wallet Card)

    $0.15
  • LGBTQ Alcoholics in AA

    $0.50

    Thirteen LGBTQ alcoholics chronicle their experience before and after joining Alcoholics Anonymous, and how — despite their trepidations about A.A. — they discover that the tie that binds us all together is freedom from alcohol. Includes stories by recovering alcoholics who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and transitioning, and queer.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    36 pages

  • Bridging the Gap

    $0.25

    For A.A.s serving as temporary contacts for newcomers leaving treatment (“bridging the gap”) or carrying the message into treatment facilities, this straightforward pamphlet presents guidelines and points to remember.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Folded pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    8 pages

  • As Bill Sees It

    $10.50$11.50

    A source of comfort and inspiration, this collection of Bill W.’s writings addresses themes such as acceptance, gratitude and spirituality. Excerpted from the Big Book, the “Twelve and Twelve,” Grapevine and other A.A. literature. With a topical index to help guide reading and discussion.
    General Service Conference-approved.

  • How it Works

    $0.25

    An excerpt in large type from Chapter 5 of the Big Book. This page, which includes the Twelve Steps, is often read at the start of meetings.

  • Alcoholics with Mental Health Issues

    $0.50

    Twelve alcoholics with serious mental health issues — bipolar disorder, severe depression, schizophrenia — share how they found recovery in Alcoholics Anonymous. Includes the perspectives of five A.A. members with long-term sobriety who have sponsored alcoholics with mental health issues.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    48 pages

  • Came to Believe

    $6.00$6.50

    Over 75 A.A. members from around the world share about what the terms “spiritual awakening,” “Higher Power” and “God as we understood Him” mean to them. Offers a range of perspectives on what spirituality can look like in the context of Alcoholics Anonymous.
    General Service Conference-approved.

  • Traditions Checklist

    $0.25
  • The A.A. Group

    $0.50

    Informal guide tells how a group works most effectively, how a new group can be started and how each group can be linked to A.A. as a whole.

  • Inside A.A.

    $0.25

    Explains the A.A. service structure in the U.S. and Canada, describing all elements linking member and group with the General Service Conference.

  • Is There an Alcoholic in Your Life?

    $0.25

    Directed to family and friends of the problem drinker, this pamphlet describes what active alcoholism looks like and explains how A.A. may be able to help a loved one stop drinking.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    24 pages

  • 12 Concepts Illustrated

    $0.50

    Brief, easy-to-read text and clever illustrations make the Twelve Concepts for World Service clear and understandable.

  • A.A For the Older Alcoholic (Large Print)

    $0.50

    Eight alcoholics share their stories of finding recovery in Alcoholics Anonymous after the age of 60. Far from feeling that their lives are over, these men and women express that, having come to A.A., it is time to start living. Large-print format suitable for those with low vision.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    7.75” x 9”
    52 pages

  • Old Grapevine Magazine

    $2.50

    Current issue can be purchased at AAGrapevine.org

  • Too Young?

    $0.25

    This full-color, graphic-novel-style pamphlet speaks directly to teenagers, depicting six young people (aged 13 to 18) as they tell their real-life drinking stories and describe their welcome to Alcoholics Anonymous. General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    20 pages

  • Twelve Traditions Illustrated

    $0.50

    Based on a series that first appeared in Grapevine in the 1960s, this classic pamphlet retains its retro, light-hearted illustrations as well as its clear and plainly spoken language. Taken together, the text and images convey both the spirit and the practical application of our Traditions.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    4” x 9”
    28 pages

  • G. S. R.

    $0.25

    For a new general service representative, this leaflet outlines responsibilities and useful sources of information; for a group, what to keep in mind when electing a G.S.R.

  • Black/African American A.A.’s

    $0.50

    Personal stories of finding sobriety and a new way of life in Alcoholics Anonymous.

  • Circles Of Love And Service

    $0.25

    This leaflet explains the A.A. service structure through full-color diagrams. Ideal for A.A.s who are new to service.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Folded pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    6 pages

  • Spiritual Awakenings

    $11.50
  • A.A. Tradition

    $0.50

    Bill W.’s 1946-1947 Grapevine articles on the Traditions trace the evolution of principles for A.A. unity and growth.

  • A.A. in the Work Place

    $0.25

    Of interest to management and union officials, this leaflet gives a concise description of the help A.A. can offer to the alcoholic employee. (Formerly “Alcoholics Anonymous and Employee Assistance Programs”)

  • The Jack Alexander Article

    $0.25

    Published in 1941, this marks a highlight in A.A. history. It sparked the first great surge of interest in A.A.

  • 75th Anniversary Big Book

    $14.00
  • A.A. Service Manual

    $5.00

    Two titles in a single booklet. The A.A. Service Manual opens with history of A.A. services, then explains the General Service Conference structure and its year-round importance. Chapters cover the roles of GSRs, DCMs, delegates, directors and trustees, as well as what happens at GSO and Grapevine. The Twelve Concepts for World Service, written by A.A. co-founder Bill W., are an interpretation of A.A.’s world service structure as it emerged through A.A.’s early history and experience.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Softcover
    5.375” x 8.375”
    240 pages

  • A.A. In Your Community

    $0.25

    Six-page folder explains how A.A. is geared to work in any community to help alcoholics. Prepared especially to help groups, central offices, and P.I. committees interpret A.A. to the community.

  • A.A.’s with Special Needs

    $0.50
  • A Visual History of Alcoholics Anonymous

    $14.00

    Originally developed as the souvenir book for the 2020 International Convention, this highly illustrated tour through A.A.’s history is told in hundreds of iconic images never before published in one volume. Illuminating descriptions walk us through powerful moments in A.A.’s history — from the people, places and things integral to A.A.’s early growth, and forward to today’s vibrant, international Fellowship. Includes a special focus on Detroit in A.A.’s history and updated coverage of recent innovations in A.A. group life.

    4.75″ x 3.75″
    416 pages

  • Beginner’s Book

    $11.50
  • Alcoholicós Anónimos (Tapa Dura)

    $11.50
  • Access to A.A. – Members share on overcoming barriers

    $0.50

    This pamphlet includes the experience of A.A. members who are hearing and visually impaired, housebound, chronically ill or disabled due to brain damage or stroke. Their stories tell how they found A.A. and are living new and productive lives free from alcohol.

  • Doce Pasos y Doce Tradiciones (Tapa Blanda)

    $10.00
  • A.A. Comes of Age

    $11.50

    Bill W. tells the story of how the A.A. Fellowship grew, from its beginnings in New York and Akron to its spread across the country and overseas. Through the lens of the Three Legacies of Recovery, Unity and Service, Bill explains how the Twelve Steps, the Twelve Traditions and the Twelve Concepts for World Service evolved. Closing chapters share the perspectives of early “friends of A.A.,” including Dr. Silkworth and Father Ed Dowling. With 16 pages of archival photographs.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Hardcover
    5.5” x 8.25”
    352 pages

  • Faith Leaders Ask About Alcoholics Anonymous

    $0.25
    Newly revised and retitled

    Introduction to A.A. for members of the clergy unfamiliar with the Fellowship; further discussion for those seeking greater understanding of its program.

  • Dr. Bob & The Good Old Timers

    $12.75

    Filled with interviews with friends and family, this deeply researched biography follows A.A. co-founder Dr. Bob S. from his New England childhood to his days as a surgeon and father who couldn’t stop drinking; to his transformative meeting with Bill W. and the birth of A.A. in Akron; and finally to his untimely death in 1950. The early history of Alcoholics Anonymous in the Midwest is chronicled along the way. With 26 archival photographs.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Hardcover
    5.375″ x 8.25″
    384 pages

  • Emotional Sobriety

    $11.50
  • Language of the Heart

    $16.00
  • A.A. and the Armed Forces

    $0.50

    Personal stories tell how men or women in the military – any rank, any age – can beat a drinking problem through A.A.

  • What Happened to Joe?

    $0.25

    Dramatic story of a young construction worker and his drinking problem, told in brightly colored “comic book” style.

  • It Sure Beats Sitting in a Cell

    $0.25

    This illustrated pamphlet presents the experience of seven incarcerated alcoholics who found A.A. and got sober while in prison. Staple-less for distribution in correctional facilities.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Folded pamphlet
    8” x 9”
    24 pages

  • A.A.’s Legacy Of Service

    $0.25

    In this foreword to The A.A. Service Manual, Bill W. describes the beginnings of group and general services, the origin of the Traditions, and the birth of the Conference.

  • Doce Pasos y Doce Traditiones (caracteres grandes)

    $10.00
  • The Co-Founders of A.A.

    $0.50

    Brief biographical sketches of Bill W. and Dr. Bob, together with their last major talks.

  • A. A. Resource for the Healthcare Professional

    $0.25

    Directed to those in the alcoholism field, this pamphlet provides information about Alcoholics Anonymous and describes some approaches that healthcare professionals use in referring problem drinkers to A.A.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Stapled pamphlet
    3.875” x 9”
    16 pages

  • Viviendo Sobrio

    $6.00
  • De Las Tinieblas Hacia La Luz

    $9.50
  • A.A. For the Native American

    $0.50

    Addressed to Native American A.A. members; also contains some of their stories.

  • Pass it On

    $13.25

    Full of first-person accounts and primary source material, this portrait of Bill W. recounts his journey from Vermont youth to Wall Street success story to hopeless drunk — until a series of remarkable events allowed him to stop drinking and to co-found Alcoholics Anonymous. We follow Bill through his tireless work for the Fellowship: the publishing of the Big Book, the development of the Twelve Traditions, the formation of the General Service Conference. Closing chapters walk us through Bill’s final years of challenge and change. With 39 archival photographs.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Hardcover
    5.375″ x 8.25″
    432 pages

  • Alcoholicós Anónimos (Caracteres Grandes)

    $13.50
  • Slogans (Set of 5)

    $6.00
  • One On One

    $11.50
  • Reflexiones Diarias

    $12.50
  • Pamphlet Package

    $35.00

    #1: A wide variety of A.A. Conference Approved Pamphlets
    #4: Collection of our most popular pamphlets with multiple copies of each

  • ¿Es AA para usted?

    $0.25
  • Experience, Strength & Hope

    $10.00

    This anthology contains 56 stories retired from the first three editions of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous.
    The membership of Alcoholics Anonymous continues to grow and change, but these stories from the past will never be outdated. The essential A.A. story — “what we used to be like, what happened, and what we are like now” — is a constant. That timeless formula for A.A. talks rings just as true in these stories from our history as it does today in the meeting around the corner.
    General Service Conference-approved.
    Hardcover
    5.375” x 8.25”
    448 pages

  • Best of Bill

    $6.00$6.50