“A welcome addition to the world of global mobility. Needs to be a standard tool for educators and parents alike to use with the children in their care.” Ruth Van Reken, co-author of Third Culture Kids “As a Third Culture Kid (TCK), parent of TCKs and TCK educator I can say unequivocally how excited I… Read More The Raft That Soared – What the Experts Say
5 Steps for Working Creatively with Imagery & Metaphor A step-by-step guide to facilitating lasting transformation, presented in a practical, clear and approachable way, The ChrisLin Method deserves a prominent place in any practitioner’s toolkit. Christina Bachini & Lindsey Wheeler Since the beginning of time, people of the world have expressed themselves through art, music,… Read More The ChrisLin Method – Out Now!
7 Skillsets to Integrate with Ease and Joy. Senait Mesfin Piccigallo. You’re in America – Now What? is a guide to help immigrants transition into their new country, your new home. The book reflects the author’s life experiences of coming to her new home by way of China and Eritrea. It includes seven researched skillsets… Read More You’re In America – Now What?
It’s that time of the year again when Expat Nest, Counselling Without Borders, ask us here at the Expat Bookshop to list our favourite titles published during the year. As usual, in the best tradition of ‘no particular order’, here is our top 10 for 2022 – books to enlighten and amuse, inspire and admire.
Travels Through Asia: where the stars disappear is the discovery of the traditions and history of different cultures in Sikkim, Ladakh and Orissa – now Odisha, China, the Caucasus, Nepal and Myanmar, recounted through the filter of illness. Hermann Hesse once wrote: “Where borders vanish, we find Nirvana. The beloved stars of nostalgia still shine brightly… Read More Out Now: Travels Through Asia
FIGT member Sarah Kobrus shares how FIGT’s online conferences have helped her CRAFT a thriving life through the pandemic.
‘Emotional impact of emigrating is often overlooked.’ Globetrotter Sophie Bosch-van Doorn has written a guide and journal in one for expats, international students, digital nomads and anyone else living or moving abroad. “Moving to a foreign country sounds like an exciting adventure – and it is – but very few people are prepared for the… Read More Happy Around the Globe Guide: Press Release
10 Principles for Happiness and Success When Living Abroad Even though moving abroad is often a positive and rewarding experience, it also inevitably exposes you to a rollercoaster of different emotions. This book will not only help you to navigate the pitfalls of living in a new country, like culture shock, homesickness and miscommunication, but… Read More Happy Around the Globe Guide: Early Bird Discount
“This book has been written with TCK students and their parents in mind. However, it should also be required reading for senior school counselors, educators, transition-team members and all university personnel – admissions, counselors, academics, educators and carers. Filled with the perspectives of those actually making the university transition, namely TCK students, there are important… Read More Global Nomads Guide – What the Experts Say
Written by Wakanyi Hoffman, illustrated by Milena Weichelt The Legend of the Dancing Baobab Tree is an old folktale from Africa. It takes place in the savanna in a time when there was a great drought that threatened to destroy the earth. The animals were suffering from great hunger and thirst as all the rivers, lakes and… Read More The Legend of the Dancing Baobab Tree – Out Now!
The Global Nomad’s Guide to University Transition (2nd Ed.)Tina L. QuickForeword by Ellen MahoneyGuest Authors: Amanda Bates M.B.A., M.Ed., Lois Bushong M.S., Lauren Wells Starting college in a new country is exciting, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. The second edition of the ground-breaking The Global Nomad’s Guide to University Transition by transitions expert… Read More The Global Nomads Guide: 2nd Edition Out Now!