World change starts with educated children

  Do you love reading? When did you first fall in love with books? For many of us the answers are easy to say.  Yes, we love books and we have been enjoying them since we were children. But this is not always the case. Please take two minutes of your time to read this article about an amazing organisation, Room to Read, whose main … Continue reading World change starts with educated children

Emotional resilience and the expat child: practical storytelling techniques that will strengthen the global family

Author: Julia Simens

Language: English

Summary: The only thing you can be sure you can move around the world is your child’s ability to increase his or her interpersonal skills. In today’s global world, each of us is searching for effective tools that can help our children to thrive. Emotional Resilience for the Expat Child provides a step-by-step guide that is designed to increase a child’s emotional vocabulary and emotional intelligence. Doing this will enable your child to achieve his or her fullest potential. The bond between an adult and child is key to the psychological health of the child. For the expatriate child, this bond is more vital than ever.

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B at home: Emma moves again

Author: Valerie Besanceney

Language: English

Summary: Emma is only ten years old, but has already moved twice. Now, her parents are telling her the family is moving again. She’s furious, sad, nervous, and a little excited, all at the same time. Unsure of how to tackle these conflicting emotions, she turns to B, her faithful teddy bear. While trying to come to terms with the challenges of another move, what Emma really wants is just to ‘be at home’. As the journeys of Emma and B unfold, home changes once again, but home also begins to take on a new meaning that Emma can take with her wherever she goes.

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