To buy any of the books displayed below, contact your nearest Area Office to request a catalogue and price list, and find out the cost of your order (including postage).
Since its founding in 1951, Al-Anon Family Groups has published more than 100 books and pamphlets that share a single purpose: to help family and friends recover from the effects of someone else’s drinking. This literature supplements the face-to-face meetings where Al-Anon members share their insights and experiences with each other. It is only one tool of the Al-Anon program. Al-Anon literature is most fully understood when used in conjunction with other tools of the program. The books and pamphlets can strengthen your recovery, but they cannot substitute for the help and healing that takes place at Al-Anon meetings in the context of a complete recovery program.
This soft cover book explores the many facets of our recovery in relationships, drawing on the experience, strength and hope of hundreds of members. It sheds light on how alcoholism has affected many different types of relationships in many different ways. It provides hope by sharing why various Al-Anon tools have been helpful in improving our relationships and our attitudes about them; indexed
This soft cover, highly readable book is the story of growth and recovery of the fellowship and its members over the past 60 years. It is divided into short segments that can be read aloud at meetings; many are followed by questions for group discussion or personal reflection; indexed
A special Australian print-run of the collected editorials written by former Austra-Link Editor, Mary R., a project endorsed by the 2015 Australian Service Conference, has been published into a beautiful book available to members in Australia for purchase through local Area offices (soft cover, indexed, small accompanying images as per original records).
Reaching for Personal Freedom: Living the Legacies, is a workbook for members to gradually progress through Al-Anon's three spiritual legacies: Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions, and Twelve Concepts of Service. Sooner or later, most members struggle to know how to apply the program legacies to life beyond the four walls of Al-Anon meeting rooms. This workbook addresses that process. The sharings are fresh, and the questions invite some thought. Recommended: Date your entries for the benefit of observing personal progress whenever you look back.