Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Book Tour: How Huge the Night by Heather and Lydia Munn

How Huge The Night by  Heather and Lydia Munn
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Publish Date: March 9, 2011
Paperback, 304 pages
Fiction, Young Adult
ISBN: 978-0825433108

*** My Book Review will be posted later today ***

About How Huge the Night:

Fifteen-year-old Julien Losier just wants to fit in. But after his family moves to a small village in central France in hopes of outrunning the Nazis, he is suddenly faced with bigger challenges than the taunting of local teens. Nina Krenkel left her country to obey her father's dying command: Take your brother and leave Austria. Burn your papers. Tell no one you are Jews. Alone and on the run, she arrives in Tanieux, France, dangerously ill and in despair.

Thrown together by the chaos of war, Julien begins to feel the terrible weight of the looming conflict and Nina fights to survive. As France falls to the Nazis, Julien struggles with doing what is right, even if it is not enough-and wonders whether or not he really can save Nina from almost certain death.

Based on the true story of the town of Le Chambon-the only French town honored by Israel for rescuing Jews from the Holocaust-How Huge the Night is a compelling, coming-of-age drama that will keep teens turning the pages as it teaches them about a fascinating period of history and inspires them to think more deeply about their everyday choices.

About the Munn's:

Heather Munn was born in Northern Ireland and grew up in southern France where her parents were missionaries like their parents before them. She has a BA in literature from Wheaton College and now lives in a Christian intentional community in rural Illinois, where she and her husband, Paul, host free spiritual retreats for the poor, especially those transitioning out of homelessness or addiction. When not writing or hosting, she works on the communal farm. 

Lydia Munn, daughter of missionary parents, grew up in Brazil. She received a BA in literature from Wheaton College, and an MA in Bible from Columbia Graduate School of Bible and   Missions. With her husband, Jim, she has worked in church planting and Bible teaching since 1983, notably in St. Etienne, near the small town in the central mountains of France which forms the background of How Huge the Night. The Munns now live in Grenoble, France.

Blog Tour Schedule:

Julie Arduini: The Surrendered Scribe http://juliearduini.com
Sarah at Growing For Christ http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/ohiosarah
Tina’s Book Reviews http://www.tinasbookreviews.com

Becky at In the Pages http://inthepages.blogspot.com
Anna at Goannatree http://goannatree.blogspot.com
Debra at Footprints in the Butter http://debrakb.blogspot.com/
Jill at Book, Books Everywhere http://bookbookseverywhere.blogspot.com/

SusieQTpies at Scraps of Life http://cafescrapper-scrapsoflife.blogspot.com
Melissa at Books R Us http://www.booksrusonline.com
Heidi at Starts At Eight http://www.startsateight.com

Amy at The 160 Acrewoods http://www.the160acrewoods.com
Judy at Seize the Book Blog http://www.seizethebookblog.blogspot.com
Tracye at A Heart Poured Out http://tracyedukes.com

Laura at The Book Tree http://thebooktree.blogspot.com
Diane at That's What I'm Here For http://www.dianeestrella.com
Kim at Window To My World http://berlysue.blogspot.com
Crystal at My Reading Room http://myreadingroom-crystal.blogspot.com

Mollie at The Gandy's Home Base http://thegandyshomebase.blogspot.com
Heather at Proud Book Nerd http://proudbooknerd.com/
Kathy at I Am A Reader, Not A Writer http://iamareadernotawriter.blogspot.com
Stacie at Hobbit Door http://hobbitdoor.blogspot.com

Laura at Lighthouse Academy http://lighthouse-academy.blogspot.com/
Kaylea at My Scrappy Life http://kayebug2002.blogspot.com
Melinda Joy: Living, Laughing, Loving http://www.reviewsbymelindajoy.com/
Elana at The Twinners Reviews & Giveaways http://www.thetwinners.com

Whitney at Rambles of a SAHM http://ramblesahm.blogspot.com
Isabelle at Canadian Ladybug Reviews! http://www.canadianladybugreviews.com
Charity at Giveaway Lady http://giveawaygal.blogspot.com

Katie at Legacy of a Writer http://www.katieslegacy.blogspot.com
Lauri at Knits, Reads and Reviews http://knitsandreads.blogspot.co
Pamela at Daysong Reflections http://daysongreflections.com

Marissa at The Review Stew http://www.thereviewstew.com
Laura at Day by Day in Our World http://daybydayinourworld.blogspot.com 
Tina at Family Literacy and You http://familyliteracyandyou.blogspot.com
Janet at Home is Where God Sends You http://www.homeiswhereGodsendsyou.blogspot.com

Tiffany at A Cozy Reader's Corner Reviews http://acozyreaderscorner.blogspot.com
Carrie at Farming On Faith http://farmingonfaith.blogspot.com/ 
Renee at Doorkeeper http://reneeannsmith.com/
Kathleen at Reviews From The Heart http://reviewsfromtheheart.blogspot.com

Mandie at Taking Time for Mommy http://takingtimeformommy.com
Jacqui at Single Parent Retreat http://www.singleparentretreat.com

Maureen at Maureen's Musings http://musingsbymaureen.blogspot.com/
Stacie at Simply Stacie http://simplystacie.net

One Desert Roses' Blog--Christian Book Reviews http://www.onedesertrose.wordpress.com
Sharon at The Legacy of Home http://thelegacyofhome.blogspot.com
Norma at Wakela's World http://www.wakelarunen.com
Patty at Broken Teepee http://brokenteepee.com
Sharon at I Dream Of Writing for God http://sharonalavy.blogspot.com


Heather Munn said...

Hey, I'd be curious to know what you thought of the book, even if life has gotten in the way of your writing a full review... if you feel like dropping me a note at my name at yahoo.com.

Thanks for the handy list of blogs with links; I actually ended up using your blog as a "base" to check out all the other blogs from, because Litfuse's site has a list of blogs but without links.

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