“Author, Tina Quick, speaks in simple, practical steps, reinforcing complicated or abstract concepts with application or a recommended direct action. Only a few pages pass at a time without a tip, a piece of easy advice, or a reassuring nudge forward – making it a perfect resource for attention-strapped students, or a quick reference for […]
The book has a strong theoretical component, aiming to be a “comprehensive guide to the often complex emotions expat kids face.” It gives parents the tools to help kids express their inner emotional world during a big transition like an international move. On the other hand, it’s also a very practical workbook, encouraging families to […]
“Misunderstood is different because I act as an advocate and a “voice” for young TCKs. I’m trying to express how they really feel about the experience of growing up in a third culture. They have a different experience of the world to their parents. Recognizing this is essential for giving them the support they need. […]
I wrote Rituals of Separation as a love song to my childhood in the country of South Korea, and as an exploration of issues of belonging and cultural identity.
Expat Nest, Counselling Without Borders, asked the Expat Bookshop to list our favourite titles for 2016. The year has produced a bumper crop of well-received books written by or for expats – from the serious to the scandalous, the droll to the dramatic. In no particular order, here is our top 10 titles for 2016, […]