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B01Alcoholics Anonymous HardbackOften referred to as the Big Book. Alcoholics Anonymous is the basic text book used by AA members. The first eleven chapters give a detailed explanation of the Twelve Step programme used in Alcoholics Anonymous. The rest of the publication consists of personal experiences of members on their problems with alcohol and how they recovered using the AA programme.€11.76
B01AAlcoholics Anonymous Large PrintContents are the same as B01 but in Large Print€15.54
B12Alcoholics Anonymous SoftbackContents are the same as B01 but soft cover.€11.26
B18Alcoholics Anonymous Pocket SoftbackThis is an abridged edition in convenient pocket size containing only the first eleven chapters of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.€6.19
B0212 Steps & 12 Traditions Regular HardbackThis book gives a detailed description of each of the Twelve Steps of the Alcoholics Anonymous programme of recovery and provides an explanation of the Twelve Traditions, the principles by which our society functions.€11.82
B02A12 Steps & 12 Traditions Pocket HardbackThe same content as B02 but in a convenient pocket sized hard cover.€10.96
B02B12 Steps & 12 Traditions Pocket SoftbackPocket sized soft cover version of B02€8.63
B02C12 Steps & 12 Traditions Regular SoftbackThe same content as B02 but in soft cover.€10.96
B02D12 Steps & 12 Traditions Large PrintContents are the same as B02 but in large print.€12.45
B03AA Comes of AgeBill W. tells how AA started, how the Steps and Traditions evolved, and how the AA Fellowship grew and spread overseas€12.62
B04As Bill Sees ItSelected writing of AA's co-founder Bill W. on the AA way of life.€11.95
B05Came To BelieveThe spiritual adventure of Alcoholics Anonymous as experience by some of its individual members. Soft Cover.€6.64
B06Living SoberSome of the methods AA members have used to help avoid taking a drink.€6.64
B07Dr. Bob & the Good OldtimersA biography of co-founder Dr. Bob S. with recollections of early AA in the American Midwest.€14.89
B08Pass It OnThe story of co-founder Bill W. and how the AA message reached the world€15.60
B16Dr. Bob & Bill W. Facsimiles of Special Edition GrapevinesFacsimiles of Special Grapevine Editions Dr. Bob January 1951 and Bill W. March 1971€4.57
B11Language of the HeartA collection of the writings of Bill W. as featured in 'Grapevine' magazine.€24.65
B13Best of BillFive of Bill W.'s most powerful Grapevine articles sharing his thoughts on faith, fear, honesty, humility, and love.€8.22
B14Daily ReflectionsA book of reflections by AA members for AA members. The book contains reflections by date for each day of the year.€12.68
B21Experience Strength & HopePersonal stories of members which appeared in the first three editions of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.€7.80
B22Complete Big Book (Boxed Set)Includes B01 & B21 in a boxed set.€22.64
B17A Rabbit Walks into a BarBest Grapevine Jokes and Cartoons€17.35
B23In Our Own WordsA collection of personal stories from the Grapevine that focuses on the difficulties faced by alcoholics who are young in years and the sober joys that await them.€17.35
B24Emotional Sobriety In this collection of Grapevine stories, sober women and men describe the transformations sobriety can bring as they practice the principles of AA in all aspects of their lives.€19.17
B25I Am Responsible: The Hand of AAA special collection of stories on the theme of the 2005 International Convention celebrating the 70th anniversary of AA. Written by AA members and eminent non-alcoholic friends of the Fellowship€17.35
B26Emotional Sobriety 2Here are the creative, heartfelt insights of several dozen sober seekers whose articles in the Grapevine offer insights that can light the way to our own “quiet place in bright sunshine.€19.17
B27Step by Step

Real AAs, real recovery shows how AA members of all ages and all lifestyles from around the world; spiritual, religious and atheists; newcomers and old-timers have recovered and found a new way of life by working the Twelve Steps.  Discover a variety of experiences from AAs that have written about the Steps for the pages of Grapevine from the 40's to the present.

B2875th Anniversary Big BookThe official publication date of the first printing of our Big Book, as noted by the United States Copyright Office, was April 10, 1939. There were 4,730 books printed, with red cloth binding, wide columns, thick paper (which was why it was called the Big Book in the first place), and a red, yellow, black and white dust jacket, which came to be known as the “circus cover.” To commemorate this historic printing—and the book’s 75th anniversary—the 2013 General Service Conference approved the creation of this facsimile edition, a faithful replica of the original.€18.11
B29On on One: AA Sponsorship in Action

In this collection, AA members write about their experience with sponsorship, including how to choose one, getting the courage to ask someone to be a sponsor, sharing their past and present with them, working with those having trouble staying sober, dealing with the loss of a beloved sponsor and  more.                                                                                                                     From the early days of the program, this special one-on-one bond of sponsorship has been considered vital to getting sober, staying connected and living a full, happy life.

B30No Matter What: Dealing with Adversity in SobrietyAll recovering alcoholics have had to deal with adversity throughout sobriety...a serious illness, an ugly divorce, the death of a child, the loss of a house to fire or to the bank. Despite the fear, pain or self-pity we are in when these tragedies strike, drinking is not an option. The stories in this book show how AA members use the tools of the program and embrace the Fellowship to deal with tough issues.€19.17
B31Grapevine Daily Quote Book

This pocket-sized book captures the first 365 days of the Grapevine Daily Quote, which first appeared in June 2012. The quotes - contributed by AA members, with many written by AA's co-founders - were selected by the Grapevine staff.                                                                                                                  All of these passages first appeared in the pages of Grapevine as part of members' stories and other submissions, and many of them can now be found in Grapevine's themed book anthologies. Each page offers an inspiring passage of experience, strength and hope to bring into your daily life.

B32Sober and OutSober & Out is a collection of stories by AA members who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender  (and a few friends) from the pages of AA Grapevine.                                                                             They share their experience, strength and hope with alcoholism as well as their personal struggles and hard-fought triumphs. The stories in this book show that - like most alcoholics - LGBT AAs struggle to fit in, stay sober and find peace in their lives. By working the Steps, following the Traditions, doing service, and finding a Higher Power, they are now living sober in the Fellowship of AA.€19.17
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