*Disclosure: I was given a copy of “Families Moving Abroad: Min’s Move” in order to facilitate my review. All opinions though are 100% my own.**
Families Moving Abroad: Min’s Move Book Review
When Min’s parents decide to move to China, they take actions to help their children prepare for the transition. Due to the fact they are moving abroad they introduce Min and her brother to different foods they will experience in their new location. They also teach them a few words that will be good to know. To help even more their Dad gets out a map and shows them where they live now and where they will live once they are there.
The illustrations are kid friendly, which I think helps the child identify better than if they looked like an adult drew them. This book was developed with child psychologists. which helps children and their parents an easy way to deal with the difficult and emotional issues during a big move. Especially with more families experiencing this situation.
This book discusses making new friends, exploring new areas to leaving your current or first home. For parents, there is a section with great questions they can ask their children. During this book it shows how as the parents fill the kids in on different things to look forward to once they move to China. The children’s confusion turns into excitement.
In conclusion I think any families moving abroad will find this book not only helpful, but informative. You can purchase Min’s Move at www.movehub.com/buy-mins-move .
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