BOOK SENSE BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD 
FOR 
ADULT FICTION
1991-2002

The Book Sense Book of the Year Awards (formerly ABBYs) are given each year to the "hidden treasures" in the adult and children's book categories that ABA bookstore members most enjoyed recommending to their customers during the previous year. The ABBY was first awarded in 1991. The children's award was added in 1993. The winners for adult fiction/adult literature follow.

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2002 Leif Enger Peace Like a River
2001 Anita Diamant The Red Tent
2000 Barbara Kingsolver The Poisonwood Bible
1999 Rebecca Wells Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
1998 Charles Frazier Cold Mountain
1997 Frank McCourt Angela's Ashes: A Memoir
1996 David Guterson Snow Falling on Cedars
1995 Jack Canfield & Mark Victor Hansen Chicken Soup for the Soul
1994 Laura Esquivel Like Water for Chocolate
1993 Robert James Waller The Beidges of Madison County
1992 Susan Jeffers, illus. Brother Eagle, Sister Sky: A Message from Chief Seattle
1991 Forrest Carter The Education of Little Tree

 
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