The 12 Steps Said Simple
The 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (and other Anonymous groups) with simple explanations and full color artwork. All of the pictures, paintings, drawings, and crafts are from the creative mind of a then 7 year old girl from New Jersey. Her daddy has been clean & sober since January 31, 2008 and has worked these Steps and still does...One Day At A Time!
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Preface For Parents Table of Contents STEP
THE TWELVE STEPS OF
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