The Little Red Book (Alcoholics Anonymous)
The Little Red Book is a non-conference approved study guide to The Big Book which was also called The Big Red Book because of its red and yellow cover when it was first published; however the cover of The Big Book became blue with the second edition in 1955.
The original title was The Twelve Steps: An Interpretation of the Twelve Steps of the Alcoholics Anonymous Program. It was endorsed by AA co-founder Dr Bob as a companion to The Big Red Book. The title later became The Little Red Book with the 5th printing in 1949.
There are three separate versions:
- The Little Red Book by Anonymous, 1946. (author was Ed Webster)
- The Little Red Book Study Guide by Bill P., 1998.
- The Little Red Book For Women by Karen Casey and Bill W., 2004. features the original text of The Little Red Book along with annotated passages addressing issues related to how women experience addiction and recovery.
The books are published by Hazelden Foundation.
- The First Edition of The Little Red Book Alcoholics Anonymous History at the Hindsfoot Foundation. Retrieved 2012-07-06
- The answer came in 1946 by Tuchy (Carl) Palmieri. AuthorsDen. Retrieved 2012-07-06
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