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News  •  23 May 2022

 

2022 ABIAs shortlist announced

Winners to be announced on Thursday 9 June.

The shortlist for the 2022 Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIAs) has been announced, and we’re absolutely delighted to share that Penguin Random House Australia has nine books on the shortlist across a range of categories. Take a look at the brilliant reads on the list below – how many have you read?

Audiobook of the Year

Biography Book of the Year

Book of the Year for Older Children (ages 13+)

General Non-fiction Book of the Year

Illustrated Book of the Year

International Book of the Year

The winners will be announced at the Australian Book Industry Awards Ceremony on Thursday 9 June. Winners of Book of the Year and Publisher of the Year will also be announced on the night.

Read more about the ABIAs at the official Australian Book Industry Awards website.


Emotional Female Yumiko Kadota

A passionate account of the toxic culture of bullying and overwork that junior doctors can experience in the workplace as part of their training.

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The Prison Healer Lynette Noni

'Lynette Noni is a masterful storyteller. A must-read for any fantasy lover!' SARAH J. MAAS, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author

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Anything But Fine Tobias Madden

A heartfelt and hilarious Australian YA debut from a rising star.

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Toxic Richard Flanagan

Is Tasmanian salmon one big lie?

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She's on the Money: The award-winning #1 finance bestseller Victoria Devine

The ultimate millennial money guide, from the creator of Australia’s #1 finance podcast

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Death to Jar Sauce Nat's What I Reckon

SHORTLISTED FOR ABIA ILLUSTRATED BOOK OF THE YEAR 2022 Our favourite sweary, anti-jar-sauce warrior is back . . . and he’s actually written a whole cookbook this time.

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You’re Doing it Wrong: A History of Bad & Bonkers Advice to Women Kaz Cooke

You’re Doing it Wrong is an outrageous tour through the centuries of bonkers and bad advice handed down and foisted upon women, told as only Kaz Cooke can – with humour and rage, intelligence and wit.

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Ottolenghi Test Kitchen: Shelf Love Yotam Ottolenghi, Noor Murad

This is Ottolenghi, unplugged. The Ottolenghi Test Kitchen team takes you on a journey through your kitchen cupboards, creating inspired recipes using humble ingredients.

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