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What books do you reference over and over as you live overseas? It might be a family health/medical book, a favorite book on cooking from scratch, a textbook on culture, a homeschool guide. What are some of your best resources, that provide useful information again and again?

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  • For me it's Calm My Anxious Heart, by Linda Dillow. It gets big bonus points, because it's available in Russian, too. :) I love books, though, and there are lots that I could list! If that first one doesn't count as a reference book, since it's along the lines of Bible study or devotional, I'll add the More with Less and Wycliffe cookbooks.

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  • I go to "Where There Is No Doctor" for an easy-to-follow medical book. I'd second the suggestion of the Wycliffe cookbook! I use that one daily, because in addition to great recipes to use overseas it has lot of helpful tips such as food substitutions, Farenheit to Celcius conversion chart, milk pasteurization, and a lot more.

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  • The "Extending the Table" cookbook is one that I turn to frequently. A book of international recipes, it's a great source of fresh ideas for what to make when you have a different set of ingredients available than you used to have in your passport country.

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  • Guest - Jodie Toews

    More with Less
    Wycliffe Cookbook
    Where There is No Doctor
    The Expert Expat
    Expectations and Burnout
    From Foreign to Familiar

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  • Be Your Own Doctor, by Rachel Weaver, and Extending the Table--an international cookbook. And, honestly... the internet. We're living in India and there's no way to haul all the resource books we'd want over here.

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  • Guest - Willaim K

    Here we can read many healthy. medical and cook books. It is good for readers and we can search this review website for find new books of our favorite author. We should keep the time for read the extra ordinary books.

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