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Looking back on my troubled college years, how much I wish I had had this book at that time!
I bought this book for my college freshman, who is a Third Culture Kid/ Global Nomad as well as a child of a multi-cultural family.
You might as well enable them to feel less like a freak during the process and open dialogue amongst his/her peers and yourself.
Very helpful. In conjunction with Ruth and David's earlier works, it all ties together.Published 1 month ago by lindafla
Wonderful resource for international students and their parents. So down to earth and a keep by your bed for college.Published 4 months ago by Beverly
Reviewed by Katrin Volt for George Simons Intl, at diversophy.com
“I feel like a fish out of water. Read more
As a high school senior who just returned to the U.S. from a 2 yr post overseas, this is a GREAT read. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Rachel Clark
When I first read Tina's book, I had a recent high school graduate and I was "sad" I didn't have int information earlier. Read morePublished on January 11, 2012 by JSimens
This book is very teen-friendly in format. It pares down the essential, relevant content from Third Culture Kids: Growing Up Among Worlds, Revised Edition (by David C. Read morePublished on September 15, 2011 by Natalie J. Sudborough