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  • Books:
    • Alcoholics Anonymous (Affectionately Know by Members as "The Big Book")
    • (Regular, Portable, Large-Print and Abridged Pocket Editions)
    • Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age
    • Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions
    • (Regular, Soft-Cover, Large-Print, Pocket and Gift Editions)
    • Experience, Strength and Hope
    • As Bill Sees It
    • (Regular & Soft Cover Editions)
    • Dr. Bob and the Good Oldtimers
    • Pass It On
    • Daily Reflections
  • Booklets:
    • Came to Believe
    • Living Sober
    • A.A. in Prison: Inmate to Inmate
  • Pamphlets:
    • 44 Questions
    • A.A. Tradition—How it Developed
    • Members of the Clergy Ask About A.A.
    • Three Talks to Medical Societies by Bill W.
    • Alcoholics Anonymous as a Resource
    • for the Health Care Professional
    • A.A. in Your Community
    • Is A.A. For You?
    • Is A.A. For Me?
    • This is A.A.
    • Is There an Alcoholic in The Workplace?
    • Do You Think You're Different?
    • Can A.A. Help Me Too?
    • Black African/Americans Share Their Stories
    • Questions and Answers on Sponsorship
    • A.A. for the Woman
    • A.A. for the Native North American
    • A.A. and the Gay/Lesbian Alcoholic
    • A.A. for the Older Alcoholic—Never too Late
    • The Jack Alexander Article
    • Letter to a Woman Alcoholic
    • Young People and A.A.
    • A.A. and the Armed Services
    • The A.A. Member—Medications and Other Drugs
    • Is There an Alcoholic in Your Life?
    • Inside A.A.
    • The A.A. Group
    • G.S.R.
    • Memo to an Inmate
    • The Twelve Concepts Illustrated
    • The Twelve Traditions Illustrated
    • Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends
    • How A.A. Members Cooperate
    • A.A. in Correctional Facilities
    • A Message to Correctional Professionals
    • A.A. in Treatment Facilities
    • Bridging the Gap
    • If You Are a Professional
    • A.A. Membership Survey
    • A Member's-Eye View of Alcoholics Anonymous
    • Problems Other Than Alcohol
    • Understanding Anonymity
    • The Co-Founders of Alcoholics Anonymous
    • Speaking at Non-A.A. Meetings
    • A Brief Guide to A.A.
    • A Newcomer Asks
    • What Happened to Joe
      (Full-Color, Comic-Book Style Pamphlet)
    • It Happened to Alice
      (Full-Color, Comic-Book Style Pamphlet)
    • Too Young?
      (A Cartoon Pamphlet for Teenagers)
    • It Sure Beats Sitting in a Cell
      (An Illustrated Pamphlet for Inmates)
  • Videos:
    • A.A.—An Inside View
    • A.A.—Rap With Us
    • Hope: Alcoholics Anonymous
    • It Sure Beats Sitting in a Cell
    • Carrying the Message Behind These Walls
    • Young People and A.A.
    • Your A.A. General Service Office, The Grapevine, and the General Service Structure
  • Periodicals:
    • The A.A. Grapevine
      (Published Monthly)
    • La Viña
      (Grapevine—Spanish Ed., Published Bimonthly)
  • Service:
    • The A.A. Service Manual combined with Twelve Concepts for World Service
      (Also in Large-Print)