TCK/CCK Resources

  • 12 Oct 2012 6:02 PM | Anonymous
    Raising Global Nomads explores the effects of bringing up children away from the original country or culture of their parents in a very positive and encouraging manner. These children are often referred to as Global Nomads or Third Culture Kids.
    Robin Pascoe, Expatriate Press, 248 pages, paperback.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 5:57 PM | Anonymous
    A penned memoir of a childhood spanning continents, languages, school systems and multi-cultural friendships. You will laugh and cry along with Heidi as she recounts hilarious and heart-breaking tales from her childhood as West blends with East.
    By Heidi Sand-Hart. McDougal Publishing 2010, 158 pages, paperback.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 2:31 PM | Anonymous
    This  book relates 8 year-old Mike’s quest for information about his upcoming move abroad. The answers he finds are comforting & empowering. Author employs her expertise as a psychologist to provide a child’s perspective into this transition.
    Simone T. Costa Eriksson and Ana Serra, Summertime Publishing, 56 pages.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 2:26 PM | Anonymous
    Keeko the Gecko is determined to make a meal out of Lickit the Cricket. Children in early elementary school will find Keeko’s outrageous attempts to catch his prey hilarious. Parents will recognize a deeper meaning in Keeko’s adventures.
    Emmalene Stockton, Xlibris Corporation, 31 pages, paperback.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 2:24 PM | Anonymous
    Paul Seaman, the son of United Methodist missionaries, grew up in Pakistan at a boarding school for missionaries' children. This memoir revisits a childhood at the crossroads of several worlds, and follows the author's journey to rediscover home.
    Seaman, P. A. (1997). Cross Cultural Publications.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 2:13 PM | Anonymous
    This autobiography looks at the life and work of M.M. Kaye, who was born and brought up in India. This book provides a memoir of her childhood and the lives of her parents, family and friends.
    Kaye, M. M. (1990). New York, NY: St. Martin's Press.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 2:11 PM | Anonymous
    Chapters trade off between mother and daughter concerning their life overseas. The book was written for third culture kids and their parents. It is also used by educators in international schools that cater to third culture kids.
    Dehner, Haidee & Maya Dehner (2001).  Dhaka, Bangladesh: Wanderlust Press

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  • 11 Oct 2012 9:42 PM | Anonymous
    Tips for high school graduates repatriating for college

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  • 11 Oct 2012 8:57 PM | Anonymous
    An article pointing out the need to consider the effects of repatriation on children throughout the length of an overseas assignment.

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  • 11 Oct 2012 9:56 AM | Anonymous
    Based on 5 years of research, including in-depth interviews with 80 military brats, Military Brats analyzes the consequences of being reared in a family characterized by strict discipline, frequent moves, and dedication to military service.
    Wertsch, M. E. (1991). New York, NY: Harmony Books

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