Tanya Crossman, author of the best-selling book, Misunderstood, reviews Arrivals, Departures and the Adventures in-between by Christopher O’Shaughnessy.
Some of the best expat books about education abroad
Teru Clavel, author of World Class, talks to Louise Wiles of Thriving Abroad. Teru’s insights, advice and expertise will help you think about what matters most to you and your children in relation to education and how you can best support them during their international educational journey. Teru shares her family’s adventures through three cities in… Read More Thriving Abroad Podcast with Teru Clavel, author of World Class
“For the expat parents looking for more input on how to raise their children abroad, this is a good book to pick up. Raising Global Nomads: Parenting Abroad In An On-Demand World by Robin Pascoe explores the difficulties of raising a child in a foreign country and the demands that go with it. Presented in… Read More Raising Global Nomads – One of the Best
One Mother’s Journey Halfway Around the Globe in Search of the Best Education for Her Children Teru Clavel An eye-opening firsthand exploration of why Asian students are outpacing their American counterparts, and how to help our children excel in today’s competitive world. When Teru Clavel had young children, the oldest barely two, she watched as… Read More World Class
As recommended by Expatability “Raising children in a globally nomadic lifestyle is hard work, full of hidden pitfalls and often stressful – but it’s rewarding too. You’re giving your child an edge like no other – cultural understanding, multilingual communication and an open mindedness that surpasses the norm for their age groups. Here are our… Read More Five Books for Raising Expat Kids
Congratulations to Summertime and Springtime author, Ruth Van Reken, on her honorary degree — a Doctor of Letters — from Wheaton College for her lifelong and visionary advocacy for third culture kids. Ruth seeks to help cross-cultural sojourners navigate their own paradoxical stories of pilgrimage, including the challenges of multiple cycles of separation and loss,… Read More Honorary Degree for Ruth Van Reken
“I was struck by how many parents feel guilty and are afraid that they are doing the wrong thing to their kids. My advice to parents is: Make the best choices you can with the information you have. If home is a safe space and you love your kids, that in itself will be a… Read More Tanya Crossman, Author of Misunderstood, Interviewed by Beijing Kids Magazine