Moon Living Abroad Guidebooks: “Make
the dream take shape,” is the motto of an ever-expanding
series that helps people realize their dream of living overseas
offering practical no-nonsense details you will need to
know to make the transition. The authors are all, or recently
were, long-term expats, and the practical detail and love
of their chosen country shines through. The books include
information on the country’s culture, people, and
language, as well as on planning and making the move, health
and finance, employment, housing, an overview of prime living
locations, and more; available for Australia, Belize, Brazil,
Canada, China, Costa Rica, France, Guatemala, Hong Kong,
India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, London, Mexico, New Zealand,
Nicaragua, Panama, Spain, South Korea, and Thailand.
Culture Shock! Country Guides by Marshall Cavendish International Pte. Ltd. Practical information about foreign customs, etiquette, culture and ways of life for over 50 countries. The series also offers several titles on more general topics about the challenges of living overseas, such as “Living and Working Abroad,” “A Student’s Guide,” “A Traveller’s Medical Guide,” and “Working Holidays Abroad”; also publishes the new “Culture Smart” series for 26 countries, which are pocket guides to customs and etiquette. Available at book stores and via Amazon.
Expat Expert publishes Robin Pascoe’s books about expatriate life as well as those of other expatriate. In Homeward Bound—A Spouse’s
Guide to Repatriation the author provides practical information
for spouses and their families returning home after living overseas.overseas.
The Expert Expatriate : Your Guide to Successful Relocation Abroad-Moving, Living, Thriving by Melissa Brayer Hess and Patricia Linderman. Written by long-time expatriates, this popular book is an authoritative guide on copying with the challenges of living abroad. Covers topics such as managing your move, language learning, confronting and adapting to the new culture, moving children and pets overseas, spouses’ issues, re-entry, and more. The book also provides personal, psychological, and hands-on advice for living abroad.
So Far and Yet So Near-Stories of Americans Abroad, edited by American Citizens Abroad (American Citizens Abroad. So Far and Yet so Near is a diverse collection of American expatriates’ personal experiences from around the world. The 47 stories address topics such as the challenges of adapting to a foreign culture, finding a home abroad, impressions of young expatriates, as well as dealing with exotic locales, identity issues, culture shock, and the changing perceptions American expatriates have of the U.S. The lively stories take readers on an inside journey around the globe, where the people, colors, tastes and smells of foreign cultures are brought to life with engaging narrative and keen insights. This book is not merely a collection of expatriate stories; rather, it is a vivid testimony to the challenging and enriching discoveries that await those who venture far from home.