The Family in Mission: Understanding and Caring for Those Who Serve, edited by Leslie A. Andrews (2004). Palmer Lake, CO: Missionary Training Institute.
Writing out of Limbo: International Childhoods, Global Nomads and Third Culture Kids, edited by Gene Bell-Villada and Nina Sichel (2012). Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars.
Raising Resilient MKs, edited by Joyce M. Bowers (1998). Colorado Springs, CO: Association of Christian Schools International.
Mixed Heritage: Your Source for Books for Children and Teens about Persons and Families of Mixed Racial, Ethnic, and/or Religious Heritage, by Catherine Blakemore (2012). Albany, WI: Adams-Pomeroy Press.
Global Baby, by Anne Copeland (2004). Brookline, MA: The Interchange Institute.
Unrooted Childhoods: Memoirs of Growing up Global, edited by Faith Eidse and Nina Sichel (2004). Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press.
The Global Soul: Jet Lag, Shopping Malls, and the Search for Home, by Pico Iyer (2000). New York: Vintage Books.
You Know You’re An MK When . . ., by Andy Kerr and Deborah Kerr (1999). Self-Published: email@example.com
Notes from a Traveling Childhood: Readings for International Mobile Parents and Children, edited by Karen Curnow McCluskey (1994). Washington, DC: Foreign Youth Service Foundation.
Raising Global Nomads: Parenting Abroad in an On-Demand World, by Robin Pascoe (2006). Vancouver, Canada: Expatriate Press.
Expat Teens Talk: Peers, Parents and Professionals Offer Support, Advice and Solutions in Response to Expat Life Challenges as Shared by Expat Teens, by Lisa Pittman and Diana Smit (2012). Great Britain: Summertime.
Third Culture Kids: Growing Up among Worlds, by David C. Pollack and Ruth E. Van Reken (2009). Boston: Nicholas Brealey.
The Global Nomad’s Guide to University Transition, by Tina Quick (2010). Great Britain: Summertime. Strangers at Home, by Carolyn Smith (1996). Bayside, NY: Aletheia.
Letters Never Sent: A Global Nomad’s Journey from Hurt to Healing, by Ruth Van Reken (2012). Great Britain: Summertime.
Military Brats: Legacies of Childhood inside the Fortress, by Mary Edwards Wertsch (1991). Bayside, NY: Aletheia.
B at Home: Emma Moves Again by Valerie Besanceney (2014). United Kingdom, Summertime Publishing.
We Are Moving, by Rachel Biale (1996). Berkeley, CA: Tricycle Press.
Moving House, by Anne Civardi and Stephen Cartwright (1985). Tulsa, OK: EDC.
Sammy’s Next Move: Sammy the Snail Is a Traveling Snail Who Lives in Different Countries, by Helen Maffini (2011). CreateSpace Independent Publishing. Resources
Footsteps Around the World: Relocation Tips for Teens, by Beverly Roman (1999). Wilmington, NC: BR Anchor.
Let’s Move Overseas: The International Edition of Let’s Make a Move, by Beverly Roman (1999). Wilmington, NC: BR Anchor.
Let’s Move Together, by Carol Schubeck (1998). Orange, CA: Suitcase Press.
When Abroad Do as the Local Children Do, by Hilly Van Swol-Ulbrich and Bettina Kaltenhauser (2002). The Netherlands: X-Pat Media.
The Kids’ Guide to Living Abroad, by Martine Zoer (2007). Washington, DC: Foreign Service Youth Foundation.
Reflection Photos by Anne P. Copeland: www.interchangeinstitute.org
Artwork on TCK life by Beth Eisinger: www.thefinetoothedcomb.etsy.com
A.H. Dance Company by Alaine Handa: www.ahdancecompany.com
Handbook of Art Therapy, 2nd Edition, edited by Cathy A. Malchiodi (2012). New York: The Guilford Press.