A Review of Insights and Interviews from the 2014 Families in Global Transition Conference: The Global Family Redefined

Those who attend the Families in Global Transition share three common goals: To teach what they know; to make connections; and to learn what it means to be globally mobile. “At no other international gathering,” author and publisher Jo Parfitt writes in the forward of Insights and Interviews, “can you meet so many people who … More A Review of Insights and Interviews from the 2014 Families in Global Transition Conference: The Global Family Redefined

A Review of Arrivals, Departures, and the Adventure in Between by Chris O’Shaughnessy

This book provides an insightful glimpse into the hearts and minds of third culture kids. Currently an international speaker to third culture kids around the globe, the author brings his background to life in a warm, genuine, and personal conversation from one TCK to another. Torn as a child between his home, England, and his … More A Review of Arrivals, Departures, and the Adventure in Between by Chris O’Shaughnessy

A Review of B at Home by Valérie Besanceney

B at Home is a narrative story specifically written for younger TCKs. The book switches between the perspective of 10-year-old Emma and her teddy bear, B, who poses as ‘the voice wisdom.’ The author captures a few months of Emma’s life when she finds out about her move to Luxemburg, struggles with saying “goodbyes” and … More A Review of B at Home by Valérie Besanceney