British Book of the Year


British Book of the Year

The British Book of the Year Award is given annually and promoted by the UK publishing industry trade journal "Publishing News", one of the British Book Awards.

Winners

*1994 - Jung Chang, "Wild Swans"
*1995 - Alan Bennett, "Writing Home"
*1996 - Delia Smith, "Delia Smith's Winter Collection"
*1997 - Dava Sobel, "Longitude"
*1998 - Helen Fielding, "Bridget Jones's Diary"
*1999 - Ted Hughes, "Birthday Letters"
*2000 - Alex Ferguson, "Managing My Life"
*2001 - Tony Parsons, "Man and Boy"
*2002 - Pamela Stephenson, "Billy"
*2003 - Michael Moore, "Stupid White Men"
*2004 - Lynne Truss, "Eats, Shoots and Leaves"
*2005 - Dan Brown, "The Da Vinci Code"
*2006 - J K Rowling - "Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince"
*2007 - Conn and Hal Iggulden, "The Dangerous Book for Boys"
*2008 - Ian McEwan, "On Chesil Beach"

External links

* [http://www.britishbookawards.co.uk Galaxy British Book Awards website]


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