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A History of Alcoholics Anonymous
The most complete history of AA ever written. Not God contains anecdotes and excerpts from the diaries, correspondence, and occasional memoirs of AA's early figures.
Paperback, 456 pp.
We Recovered Too
The Family Groups' Beginnings in the Pioneers' Own Words
Through colorful firsthand accounts told through rare recordings of interviews and speeches, diary entries, and other documents dating from the 1940s, recovery historian and beloved author Michael Fitzpatrick presents the inspiring story of Al-Anon. Discover how cofounders Anne B. and Lois W. guided the growth of these groundbreaking groups, later known as Clearing House and, ultimately, Al-Anon.
Softcover, 240 pp., with Audio CD
Sister Ignatia Second Edition
Angel of Alcoholics Anonymous
Sister Mary Ignatia Gavin epitomized the spirit of love, service, and honesty that today are the hallmarks of Alcoholics Anonymous. As a hospital admissions officer in the 1930s in Akron, Ohio, Sr. Ignatia befriended Dr. Bob Smith, co-founder of AA, and courageously arranged for the hospitalization of alcoholics at a time when alcoholism was viewed as a character weakness rather than a disease.
Softcover, 394 pp.
Patrick Butler a Biography Hardcover
The inspiring story of Patrick Butler whose dedication, loyalty, and compassion gave Hazelden a sense of direction and a spirit of humanity and service still evident to this day.
Hardcover, 180 pp.
Dr Bob and Bill W Speak
AA's Cofounders Tell Their Stories
Learn about the luminaries behind one of the greatest social movements of our time through the never-before-published recordings, letters, and stories found in this intimate multimedia retrospective.
Softcover, 232 pp., with audio CD
Making the Little Black Book Limited Edition
Inside the Working Manuscript of Twenty-Four Hours a Day
For the first time ever, Richmond Walker's original working manuscript of Twenty-Four Hours a Day is made public, so readers can see firsthand what went into making what the recovery community calls the Little Black Book.
Bill W DVD
A documentary about the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous
With Bill as its driving force, A.A. grew from a handful of men to a worldwide fellowship of over 2 million men and women Ã¢ÂÂ a success that made him an icon within A.A., but also an alcoholic unable to be a member of the very society he had created.
DVD that is 1 hour and 44 minutes includes bonus features and additional scenes, Bill's letters and Lois's diary entries
Candor and Courage in the White House
First Lady Betty Ford will long be remembered for her active support of the Equal Rights Amendment, her struggles with breast cancer and substance abuse, and her later involvement with the addiction treatment center that bears her name. But perhaps more than these, Betty Ford will stand as a paragon of candor and courage, an outspoken woman whose public positions did not always conform with those…
Hardcover, 176 pp.
Hazelden a Spiritual Odyssey Hardcover
A Spiritual Odyssey
This is the definitive history of Hazelden, a pioneer in the treatment of alcoholism and addiction since 1949. The fact-and-photo-filled narrative describes early treatment at Hazelden, how the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous were woven in, and the development of the multi-disciplinary approach known as the "Minnesota Model."
Hardcover, 184 pp.
The Book That Started It All Hardcover
The Original Working Manuscript of Alcoholics Anonymous
An extraordinary reproduction of the original working manuscript of Alcoholics Anonymous, with essays and notes by a panel of celebrated AA historians. The Book That Started It All offers fresh insights into the history and foundation of the revolutionary Alcoholics Anonymous program.
Hardcover, 248 pp. with dust jacket, 4-color interior.
11-1/4" wide x 13-1/2" tall, 5 lbs.