In “Belonging Everywhere & Nowhere: Insights Into Counseling the Globally Mobile”, licensed marriage and family therapist Lois J. Bushong reveals how to effectively counsel clients raised outside of their parents’ home culture.
In “Harvesting Stones: An American woman’s international journey of survival” (Summertime Publishing 2013) Paula Lucas tells of her journey from victim of abuse to victor and founder of Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center (AODVC).
“Drinking Camel’s Milk from the Yurt: Expat Stories from Kazakhstan” (Summertime Publishing, 2013), edited by Monica Neboli, is reviewed on Expat Arrivals.
Edited by Monica Neboli, “Drinking Camel’s Milk in the Yurt: Expat Stories From Kazakhstan” (Summertime 2013) is an anthology of expat experiences in Kazakhstan.
“The Stress-Free Guide to Studying In The States” (Summertime 2013) by Toni Summers Hargis is an essential first resource for any international student (or parents of a student) looking for a comprehensive guide to tertiary education in the USA.
The latest edition of “Third Culture Kids: The Experience of Growing Up Among Worlds” (Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2009) by Ruth E Van Reken & David C Pollock shows how the TCK experience is becoming increasingly common and valuable.
“Raising Global Nomads: Parenting Abroad in an On-Demand World” (Expatriate Press Ltd., 2006) is Robin Pascoe’s fifth book for expatriate families.
“When Abroad – Do as the Local Children Do: Ori’s Guide for Young Expats” (Cyan Communications, 2004) helps young kids adapt to a new country through the eyes of Ori, an adventurous migrating bird.
In “Black and (A)broad – Travelling Beyond the Limitations of Identity” (Adelaar Books) , Carolyn Vines tell her story of moving from New Orleans to Holland.