We have provided links to where you can get your own copy of each book.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Fourth edition (2001) of the Big Book, basic text of A.A. Since the first edition appeared, in 1939, it has helped millions of men and women recover from alcoholism. Chapters describing the A.A. recovery program remain unchanged. New stories have been added to the personal histories.


Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions

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Bill W.’s 24 essays on the Steps and the Traditions discuss the principles of individual recovery and group unity.


Other Books

Came to Believe

A 120-page collection of stories by A.A. members who write about what the phrase “spiritual awakening” means to them.





Living Sober

This practical 90-page booklet demonstrates through simple example how A.A. members throughout the world live and stay sober one day at a time.




Online Resources

A collection of reading materials found online.

A.A. World Services

Alcoholics Anonymous - Visit us at www.aa.org

A.A. Grapevine

AA Grapevine - The International Journal of Alcoholics Anonymous