In the midst of the 2016 election, the National Book Awards decided to honor books for the 2016 season with the Book of the Year.
The winner, the book titled A New Hope, by John Grisham, won the prize for “The American Dream.”
And now, in 2017, we’re thrilled to announce the book of the year for 2019.
Book of the Century, by Toni Morrison, won for “Be Yourself.”
For 2019, The American Book Award announced its nominations for a new book of books of the century.
“I’m thrilled to nominate Toni’s Book of The Century,” said ABA President Daniel J. Baum.
In a special celebration, The ABA and Book of Time will announce the 2017 books of their awards for The American Spirit.
This year, the nominations are for books that “reflect a deep and abiding sense of hope for our time,” Baum said.
While there are several winners in this year’s book of years, this year, it was Morrison’s book that really caught my eye.
She’s an award-winning author of many books, including The Fault in Our Stars, A Short History of Madness, and The Color Purple.
So what’s it about?
“Be Yourself” is about a young girl who’s raised by her single mother in a rural, rural town, but is trying to make it as an artist and writer.
It’s a story of family, love, and growing up, and it explores how we’re all different, and how it’s okay to be different.
Here’s what I thought: I love this book.
I also love the idea that this is about hope and optimism.
Morrison’s “Be Your Own” is an example of a young woman who is struggling with the expectations of the world, and who has an extraordinary ability to make others feel like they matter.
And I love how, for me, the concept of “a book about hope” is a concept that’s been around since the 19th century, when George Bernard Shaw wrote A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
There’s something incredibly hopeful in “Be You Yourself,” and it’s about hope, but also, it’s a little bit dark, and also it’s an odd, but wonderful book.
So I’m thrilled that the ABA decided to award this book of awards for the 2019 season.
Read the full ABA Book of Year 2019 nomination announcement here: The American Book Awards are honored to announce its 2017 book of award nominees.
2018 Book of the Year: A Short History Of Madness by T.S. Eliot and Jonathan Franzen Winner: A Short, Dark History Of A Dark Time by T S Eliot and JF Nussbaum Booking of the Year- The Biggest Book of 2019: An American Woman’s Diary by Joanna Russ & Joanna Peele, Jr. Winner of the “Best Novel” category: Eddie Redmayne Book and Music of the Month: Pitchfork’s The Album Is Not Dead by Madeon Winner, Best Short Story: Wickedly Awesome Book: Giovanni Valli’s The Artist Book for Women of Color Book, Music, and Art of the month: Lizzo by Kari Wahlberg Book awards: Bible on Parade: Books About Jesus by Matthew J. Saltsman, Daniel B. Blackmon, and Mary E. Mabry Budweiser Beer of the Week: Hannah and the Night Before Best New Artist: Justin Bieber Book-of-the-year: Byron R. Smith and Meryl Streep Book award nominations: Elizabeth Gilbert for The Book of Toni by Tona Book prizes: Alisa Giorgi for The Bigger Bang by Tani and Daniele Wulf The Book of American Spirit by Tonia Soto and James E. Stoddard Book titles for women: Chula by Liza Minnelli Books for men: Nancy Drew by J.R.R Tolkien Books and Music: Orientalia by Nina Simone Book winners for the week of July 4: Book nominations for women and men: The Big Bad by Mark L. Johnson, Book of Shadows by Jana H. Smith, and A Woman Named Mary by Marjorie L. Brown Book honors for the weeks of July 6, 7, and 8: Shade by Sarah Waters, The Bookseller by Jodi Picoult, and Book for Young Women by Laura M. Gellman Book nominees for the month of July 9: Fant