More AA Resources
AA "Big Book"
Alcoholics Anonymous, also known as the “Big Book,” presents the A.A. program for recovery from alcoholism. First published in 1939, its purpose was to show other alcoholics how the first 100 people of A.A. got sober. Now translated into over 70 languages, it is still considered A.A.’s basic text. (aa.org)
This practical booklet demonstrates, through simple examples, how A.A. members throughout the world live and stay sober one day at a time. (aa.org)
12 Steps and 12 Traditions
Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions explains the 24 basic principles of Alcoholics Anonymous. Known as the “Twelve and Twelve,” the book dedicates a chapter to each Step and each Tradition. Chapters provide an interpretation of these principles for personal recovery and the organization of the group. (aa.org)