Vancouver Island Intergroup (VIIG) is able to provide members & groups with literature.
Please contact Elise W by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions you may have regarding literature prices, what is available to purchase or any other questions you may have about OA literature.
VIIG is able to provide a bit better pricing than placing individual orders online as VIIG orders are generally made in bulk.
Listed below are some of the common books that OA members purchase. To view the full list of literature please visit bookstore.oa.org
For the Newcomer
Please click on the link for information about The First 12 Days that OA offers.
A Newcomers Guide: The First 12 Days
The OA 12 Steps and 12 Traditions
OA’s keystone book—The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous, Second Edition—is updated and improved, twenty-eight years after its first publication. Created specifically as a study of the OA Twelve Step recovery program, the OA Twelve and Twelve, Second Edition has been revised for clarity and inclusivity—with a restructured Step Four chapter to increase usefulness. Read how, through working the Twelve Steps and studying the Twelve Traditions, members have found “physical, emotional, and spiritual healing that we don’t hesitate to call miraculous.”
Copyright 2018. Softcover; 180 pages; indexed.
Voices of Recovery- a daily reader
This daily reader contains inspirational quotations from OA literature and the experience, strength and hope of OA members. Pocket sized, softcover, indexed.
Copyright 2002. 382 pages.
One of OA’s most popular books, updated and expanded with 50 percent new stories! These member-written articles are drawn from Lifeline, OA’s international magazine of recovery. Find help, encouragement, and guidance to help you achieve and maintain abstinence.
Copyright 2013. Softcover; 192 pages.
The fourth edition of AA’s Big Book outlines the principles of Twelve Step recovery and tells the stories of those who found recovery by practicing them. Copyright 2001. Softcover; 608 pages.
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