Became known, who won for the 15th award book of the year by the BBC, presented in partnership with the Cultural programme of the European Bank for reconstruction and development (EBRD). It is reported BBC Ukraine.
The ceremony was held in “mystetskyi Arsenal” National cultural and Museum complex in Kiev.
So, the book of the year 2019 was Roman Tamara Goria the Grain “School” (Kiev: Bilka, 2019).
In the category Children’s book of the year BBC-2019 won the book “Sapiens” Vladimir Arenev (Kharkiv: Ranok, 2019).
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In addition, the prize for book of the year – Essays-2019 deserve a collection of essays by Taras Prokhasko, “Yes, but…” (Chernivtsi: Meridian Czernowitz, 2019).
It is worth noting that the winner in each category receives a prize of £ 1,000. It is also noted that the publishers “book of the year BBC”, “the Children’s book of the year BBC” and “BBC Book of the year – Essays” have the right to use the logos of the award BBC News Ukraine the following copies of books-winners.
Inna Dolgushina took first place in the competition of readers ‘ reviews for the book review Tamara Goria the Grain “School”. She receives the title of “Reader of the year 2019” and the e-book Kindle.
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