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Shop Books: Explore Essential AA and NA Literature

AA Big Book

The “AA Big Book” is the cornerstone of Alcoholics Anonymous literature. It meticulously outlines the 12-step program, shares inspiring stories of recovery, and offers practical guidance to maintain sobriety. This resource is not only pivotal to understanding AA’s approach but also a constant companion for anyone on the road to recovery.

AA 12 Steps & 12 Traditions

The “AA 12 Steps & 12 Traditions” book provides a detailed exploration of the fundamental principles guiding AA’s philosophy. It’s a guide to living the steps, taking the wisdom of the program from meetings to everyday life. The book offers invaluable insight into how these principles can foster personal growth and promote continuous recovery.

AA Daily Reflections

“AA Daily Reflections” is a collection of 365 inspirational readings, each offering a powerful reflection on a quotation from AA literature. Perfect for daily meditations or thought prompts, this book aims to strengthen your recovery journey and enhance your spiritual growth.

AA Living Sober

“AA Living Sober” is a practical guide offering useful advice on how to maintain sobriety in daily life. It addresses common challenges and offers strategies to navigate them, from dealing with stress and maintaining relationships to handling the temptation of alcohol.

AA As Bill Sees It

“As Bill Sees It” is a compilation of Bill W.’s most profound insights and reflections. It collects excerpts from his writings, offering wisdom and inspiration. The book is an enlightening resource for anyone seeking to understand AA’s philosophy from its co-founder’s perspective.

AA Came to Believe

“Came to Believe” shares the spiritual journeys of AA members worldwide. It’s a testament to the varied, personal ways members have found to develop a relationship with a Higher Power. The book is a beacon of hope and inspiration, showing the many paths to spiritual growth within AA’s framework.

AA Pass It On

“Pass It On” is the authoritative story of Alcoholics Anonymous’ formation and its phenomenal growth. This AA book shares the personal tales and profound experiences of co-founders Bill W. and Dr. Bob, encapsulating their struggles, triumphs, and timeless wisdom. Known as a source of essential insight into AA’s history and philosophies, “Pass It On” is an invaluable resource for anyone on a journey toward recovery.

AA Old Timers

“AA Old Timers” offers a rich tapestry of experiences, insights, and lessons from individuals who have remained sober within AA for over a quarter of a century. These veterans share their stories and strategies, showing that it’s possible to live a fulfilling, sober life over the long term. This book serves as a beacon of hope, showcasing the power of persistence, courage, and the transformative potential of the AA principles when incorporated into daily life. 

AA Dr. Bob and The Good Old Timers

“Dr. Bob and The Good Old Timers” chronicles the life of AA’s co-founder, Dr. Bob Smith, and the early days of Alcoholics Anonymous in the Midwest. The book delves into Dr. Bob’s formative role in AA’s development and his lasting impact on the recovery movement. The narrative unveils Dr. Bob’s personal journey from addiction to a lifetime of recovery, serving as a profound testament to the power of perseverance and hope. 

NA Basic Text

The “NA Basic Text” is the foundational document for Narcotics Anonymous, providing a detailed account of the 12-step program tailored for those grappling with substance abuse. It offers practical tools and personal testimonials to guide readers on their path to recovery.

NA It Works: How and Why?

“NA It Works: How and Why?” delves into the inner workings of the NA 12-step program. It dissects each step and tradition to reveal their deep significance, helping readers to better apply these principles in their recovery journey.

NA 12 Step Working Guide

The “NA 12 Step Working Guide” provides a comprehensive workbook to assist in understanding and applying the 12 steps of NA. By prompting self-reflection, this guide fosters a profound personal connection to the recovery process.

NA Just for Today

“NA Just for Today” offers a year’s worth of daily reflections, each designed to inspire and provide insight into the journey of recovery. It acts as a spiritual guidebook, helping those in recovery to embrace the present and live their sobriety one day at a time.

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