Big Book


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Big Book

The popular title for the multi-authored book, Alcoholics Anonymous, first published in 1939 and periodically updated, which contains personal stories and testimonials from alcoholics and which laid out the original 12-step program to recovery.
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The Big Book Fortnight hopes to encourage more residents to take up reading and make the most of their nearest library.
Reader Development Manager, Sara Dennis, said: "I hope everyone will come along to our Big Book Party and join in the fun.
Photo by Food Image Source from ``The Big Book of Outdoor Cooking & Entertaining,'' William Morrow
This is the third Big Book Bash that I have been involved in and I have yet to hear anybody describe it as anything other than a great day.
Maryana Vollstedt's "The Big Book of Breakfast" (Chronicle Books, $19.
For more information about The Men's Health Big Book of Food & Nutrition, please visit http://www.
Black Country Big Book fortnight involves libraries from across Sandwell, Dudley, Walsall and Wolverhampton getting together to host a variety of events and activities for the whole family.
CHILDREN'S author Brian Jacques will visit Coventry as part of children's reading event, the Big Book Bash.
The 2000 Big Book and the Yearbook are both published by Random Lengths.
Still, this big book picks up where The Reckoning, David Halberstam's very big book about the decline of the Big Three, left off.
Stampede Brings the Big Book of AV to Life at the LA House of Blues