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The British Book Awards or Nibbies are literary awards for the best UK writers and their works, administered by The Bookseller. The awards have had several previous names, owners and sponsors since being launched in 1990, including the National Book Awards from 2010 to 2014. Book award history The British Book Awards, or Nibbies, ran from 1990 to 2009 and were founded by the editor of Publishing News. The award was then acquired by Agile Marketing which renamed it the National Book Awards with headline sponsors Galaxy National Book Awards (2010–2011) (sponsored by Galaxy) and Specsavers National Book Awards (2012–2014) (sponsored by Specsavers). There were no National Book Awards after 2014. In 2017 the award was acquired by The Bookseller and renamed to the original British Book Awards or Nibbies.In 2005, The Bookseller launched a separate scheme, The Bookseller Retail Awards (winners not listed in this article). In 2010, running parallel to the National Book Awards, The Bookseller combined The Nibbies with its retail awards to produce The Bookseller Industry Awards (winners not listed in this article). In 2017 The British Book Industry Awards were renamed as The British Book Awards after it acquired the National Book Awards from Agile Marketing.It is known as the Nibbies because of the golden nib-shaped trophy given to winners. Award winners Author of the Year 2020 – Bernardine Evaristo 2019 – Lee Child 2018 – Philip PullmanBook of the Year Prior to 2010 the Best was a unique winner. Starting in 2010, the Best was chosen by the public via open internet vote from among the winning books in the other categories. Children's Book of the Year Previously called British Children's Book of the Year. Renamed to Children's Book of the Year in 2010. Début Book of the Year Previously called the Newcomer of the Year. Name changed to New Writer of the Year in 2010. Name changed to "Début Book of the Year" in 2017. Fiction Book of the Year Previously called Popular Fiction Award. Name changed to Popular Fiction Book of the Year in 2010. Name changed to Fiction Book of the Year in 2017. 2021 - Hamnet - Maggie O'Farrell 2020 – Girl, Woman, Other – Bernardine Evaristo 2019 – Normal People – Sally Rooney 2018 – Reservoir 13 – Jon McGregor 2017 – The Essex Serpent – Sarah Perry 2015-2016 – (no award) 2014 – The Shock of the Fall – Nathan Filer 2013 – An Officer and a Spy – Robert Harris 2012 – Fifty Shades of Grey – E. L. James 2011 – A Tiny Bit Marvellous – Dawn French 2010 – One Day – David Nicholls 2009 – Devil May Care – Sebastian Faulks (Penguin) 2008 – The Memory Keeper's Daughter – Kim Edwards (Penguin) 2006 – Anybody Out There – Marian Keyes (Michael Joseph) 2006 – The Time Traveler's Wife – Audrey Niffenegger (Vintage)Crime & Thriller Book of the Year Previously called the Crime Thriller of the Year. Name changed to Thriller & Crime Novel of the Year in 2011. Name changed to Crime & Thriller Book of the Year in 2017. 2021 - Troubled Blood - JK Rowling 2020 – My Sister, the Serial Killer – Oyinkan Braithwaite 2019 – Our House – Louise Candlish 2018 – The Dry – Jane Harper 2017 – Dodgers – Bill Beverly 2015–2016 – (no award) 2014 – I Am Pilgrim – Terry Hayes 2013 – The Carrier – Sophie Hannah (Hodder) 2012 – A Wanted Man – Lee Child 2011 – Before I Go to Sleep – S. J. Watson 2010 – (no award) 2009 – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – Stieg Larsson 2008 – Book of the Dead – Patricia Cornwell (Little, Brown) 2007 – The Naming of the Dead – Ian Rankin (Orion) 2006 – The Take – Martina Cole (Headline) 2005 – Fleshmarket Close – Ian Rankin (Orion)Non-Fiction: Lifestyle Book of the Year 2021 - Skincare: The Ultimate No-Nonsense Guide by Caroline Hirons 2020 – Pinch of Nom by Kay Featherstone and Kate Allinson 2019 – Bosh! by Henry Firth & Ian Theasby 2018 – 5 Ingredients by Jamie Oliver 2017 – Hello, is this planet Earth? by Tim PeakeNon-Fiction: Narrative Book of the Year 2021 - Diary of a Young Naturalist by Dara McAnulty 2020 – Three Women by Lisa Taddeo 2019 – Becoming by Michelle Obama 2018 – Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge 2017 – East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity by Philippe SandsBestseller Award Named Bestseller of the Year in 1991. Renamed Bestseller Award in 2017. 2017 – Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – J. K. Rowling 1992–2016 – (no award) 1991 – Delia Smith's Christmas – Delia Smith (BBC Books)Retired awards The following awards are no longer active. Biography/Autobiography of the Year Previously called Biography of the Year. Name changed to Biography/Autobiography of the Year in 2010. 2014 – Please, Mister Postman – Alan Johnson 2013 – David Jason: My Life – David Jason (Random House) 2012 – My Animals and Other Family – Clare Balding 2011 – Charles Dickens – Claire Tomalin 2010 – The Fry Chronicles – Stephen Fry 2009 – Dreams from My Father – Barack Obama (Canongate) 2008 – My Booky Wook – Russell Brand (Hodder & Stoughton) 2007 – The Sound of Laughter – Peter Kay (Century) 2006 – Sharon Osbourne Extreme – Sharon Osbourne (Time Warner) 2005 – My Life – Bill Clinton (Hutchinson) 2004 – Toast – Nigel Slater (Fourth Estate) 2003 – Churchill: A Biography – Roy Jenkins (Pan)Popular Non-Fiction Book of the Year 2014 – Love, Nina – Nina Stibbe 2013 – I Am Malala – Malala Yousafzai and Christina Lamb 2012 – Is It Just Me – Miranda Hart 2011 – How To Be a Woman – Caitlin Moran 2010 – The Making of Modern Britain – Andrew MarrAudiobook of the Year 2014 – Awful Auntie – David Walliams 2013 – The Ocean at the End of the Lane – Neil Gaiman, read by the author (Headline) 2012 – The Woman Who Went to Bed for a Year – Sue Townsend, read by Caroline Quentin 2011 – My Dear, I Wanted to Tell You – Louisa Young, read by Dan Stevens 2005–2010 – (no award) 2004 – Forgotten Voices of the Great War – Max Arthur (Random House) 2003 – Series of Unfortunate Events – written by Lemony Snicket, read by Tim Curry (Collins) 2002 – The Laying on of Hands – written and read by Alan Bennett (BBC Radio Collection)Food & Drink Book of the Year 2014 – Plenty More – Yotam Ottolenghi 2013 – Eat – Nigel Slater (HarperCollins) 2012 – The Hairy Dieters – Si King and Dave Myers 2011 – The Good Cook – Simon Hopkinson 2010 – Plenty – Yotam OttolenghiPaperback of the Year 2011 – Room – Emma DonoghueOutstanding Achievement Previously called the Lifetime Achievement Award (1993–2009). Renamed to Outstanding Achievement Award in 2010. UK Author of the Year Previously called Author of the Year. Renamed to UK Author of the Year in 2010, notwithstanding the fact the award has been given to non-UK authors. International Author of the Year 2014 – We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves – Karen Joy Fowler 2013 – Gone Girl – Gillian Flynn 2012 – The Snow Child – Eowyn Ivey 2011 – A Visit From the Goon Squad – Jennifer Egan 2010 – Freedom – Jonathan FranzenRichard & Judy Best Read of the Year 2009 – When Will There Be Good News? – Kate Atkinson (Doubleday) 2008 – A Thousand Splendid Suns – Khaled Hosseini (Bloomsbury) 2007 – The Interpretation of Murder – Jed Rubenfeld (Headline Review) 2006 – Labyrinth – Kate Mosse (Orion) 2005 – Cloud Atlas – David Mitchell (Sceptre) 2004 – The Lovely Bones – Alice Sebold (Picador)The Children's Author of the Year 1995 – Allan Ahlberg and Janet Ahlberg 1994 – Anne Fine 1993 – Raymond Briggs 1992 – Dick King-Smith 1991 – Anne Fine 1990 – Roald DahlIllustrated Children's Book of the Year 1995 – The Most Amazing Pop-Up Science Book – Jay Young (Watts Books) 1994 – Mummy Laid an Egg – Babette Cole (Jonathan Cape) 1993 – Penguin Small – Mick Inkpen (Hodder) 1992 – Farmer Duck – Helen Oxenbury (Walker Books) 1991 – The Mousehole Cat – Nicola Bayley (Walker Books)Illustrated Book of the Year The TV and Film Book of the Year 2007 – The Devil Wears Prada – Lauren Weisberger (HarperCollins) 2006 – The Constant Gardener – John le Carré (Hodder & Stoughton) 2005 – Himalaya – Michael Palin (Weidenfeld & Nicolson) 2004 – How Clean Is Your House? – Kim Woodburn and Aggie MacKenzie (Michael Joseph) 2003 – What Not to Wear – Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine (Weidenfeld & Nicolson)The Literary Fiction Award 2005 – Cloud Atlas – David Mitchell (Sceptre) 2004 – The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – Mark Haddon (Jonathan Cape)The History Book of the Year 2005 – William Pitt the Younger: A Biography – William Hague (HarperCollins) 2004 – Stalin: The Court of the Red Tsar – Simon Sebag Montefiore (Weidenfeld & Nicolson)The Sports Book of the Year 2007 – Gerrard: My Autobiography – Steven Gerrard (Bantam) 2006 – Being Freddie – Andrew Flintoff (Hodder & Stoughton) 2005 – Gazza: My Story – Paul Gascoigne (Headline) 2004 – Martin Johnson: The Autobiography – Martin Johnson (Headline)The deciBel Writer of the Year 2007 – Jackie Kay 2006 – Diana Evans 2005 – Hari KunzruThe Fastest Selling Biography of All Time 2004 – My Side – David Beckham (CollinsWillow)The Travel Writer of the Year 1993 – Michael Palin – Pole to Pole (BBC Books) 1992 – Mark Shand – Travels on my Elephant (Jonathan Cape) 1991 – V. S. Naipaul – India (Heinemann) 1990 – Peter Mayle – A Year in Provence (Hamish Hamilton)The Fantasy and Science Fiction Author of the Year 1994 – Terry PratchettSee also List of British literary awards List of literary awards English literature British literatureReferences External links Official website Galaxy ® British Book Awards - Previous Winners & Shortlists at the Wayback Machine (archived 5 April 2007) "Past Winners". The British Book Awards.

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