Expat Resources

Mon livret de déménagement

Summertime Publishing is pleased to announce the French edition of My Moving Booklet by Valérie Besanceney. “Comme chaque voyage, un déménagement génère de l’excitation et de la peur. Déménager sans carte émotionnelle est cependant terrifiant. Où vais-je ? Qu’est-ce que je ressens ? Qu’est-ce qui se passe ? Suis-je normal(e) ? Avec une écriture efficace, Valérie Besanceney balaie ces […]

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The Wall Street Journal Guide to Essential Books on Expat Life

There are books for just about every stage of the expat lifecycle: books for those who are thinking about moving abroad, for those who are already expats and trying to make sense of their worlds, for those who are raising Third Culture Kids, for those who are considering retiring abroad, and for those who are […]

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Insights and Interviews from the 2015 FIGT Conference

Insight and Interviews from the 2015 Families in Global Transition Conference: Finding ‘Home’ Amidst Global Change. Out on Summertime Publishing and available in print and Kindle on Amazon.

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Misunderstood: pre-order now

Summertime Publishing‘s latest title – Misunderstood: The impact of Growing Up Overseas in the 21st Century by Tanya Crossman – is available now to pre-order in paperback and e-book. “…a valuable and much-welcomed resource for Third Culture Kids who may struggle with grief and a conflicted sense of self after repeated loss of the people, […]

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Coming Soon – Misunderstood, The Impact of Growing Up Overseas

Due out 15th August 2016 Over 200 million people currently live abroad; more than 50 million are temporary residents, intending to return to their country of origin. Misunderstood explores the impact international life can have on the children of such families – while they live overseas, when they return, and as they mature into adults. […]

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Caring for Aging Loved-ones from Around the World

Career opportunities take individuals and their families away from their home country. Their focus is on the new job and adjusting to life in another country. In most cases parents have encouraged their child to take advantage of the unique opportunity to work and live in a foreign land. Expats quickly learn that life in […]

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