Hot off the press: Our book about Moving to Spain with Children has just been released by U P Publications. Available for Kindle on Amazon, due out any minute as a Paperback.
As we mentioned in our first post about the book , if you search online you will find a multitude of books about Spain; books set in spain; books about: moving to Spain; books about living in Spain and people’s stories about moving to Spain from UK. However, there is very little information available about Spain for children and almost nothing about Moving to Spain with Children.
Until now, that is…
Don’t even think of Moving to Spain with Children without reading this essential self-help manual. Compiled by a successful British working Mum who has experienced the relocation roller-coaster for you – the highs, lows and occasional shrieks of panic – it could save you months of hassle and heartache.
Timing your Move;
Choosing the Best Location;
Taking Pets to Spain,
Starting a business …
… and other considerations crucial to ensuring a smooth transition to your new lifestyle.
With information that’s bang up-to-date and tells it like it is, spiced with the author’s own heart-warming anecdotes, you’ll arrive at the same place her own family is now – but in half the time:
Living and loving family life in Spain!
If you’ve ever wished for the gift of hindsight, Moving to Spain with Children is just that: a gift of a book!
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Here are some of the reviews written by people who bought the book on Amazon…
.. and her book not only gives a sense of what that process is like, but models the patience and good humor she …, March 10, 2015This review is from: Moving To Spain With Children (Paperback)Lisa Sadleir is immensely knowledgeable about the problems expats moving to Spain with school-aged kids will face. She’s particularly helpful on the issues of dealing with Spanish officialdom, and her book not only gives a sense of what that process is like, but models the patience and good humor she feels are the best qualities to bring to the encounter. What I like most about her book is that, after spending more than twenty years in Spain, she retains and communicates to the reader her original affection for the country, the culture, and the people. Though I agree with the reviewer who thought the book will be most helpful to those with EU citizenship, to me its greatest virtue is how encouraging it is. She wants your move to be successful, believes it can and will be, and mobilizes all her experience in support.
Concise guide for moving to Spain, with or without children, 29 Jun. 2015By renevThis review is from: Moving to Spain with Children: Essential reading for anyone thinking about moving to Spain (Kindle Edition)We have been thinking about retiring from the US to Spain for a few years now, and have attempted to research the possibility on and off on-line, getting frustrated with the often outdated and conflicting information, no doubt partly because of Spain’s frequently changing rules and regulations. That’s why we were delighted to find Lisa’s book “Moving To Spain With Children’. Even though it’s geared towards families with children, with lots of practical information about education and ideas to help children adjust, it had all the other information we were looking for as well, all in a concise and easy to read book. At no point is Lisa trying to sell you a dream life in Spain, instead she provides fact based information, ideas to consider, and real life experiences.
These are some of the other topics we specifically enjoyed reading about: pros and cons of locations to consider, the value of speaking the language in various areas (and how to learn), healthcare options, registration and residency rules, and considerations for renting and buying property. She even covers topics like starting a business in Spain, and bringing pets into the country. She basically covers subjects we haven’t even thought about, and all in a practical to-the-point fashion.
And best of all, Lisa has several ways to connect on-line for all the latest updates, and can even be reached for consultation.
All in all we have nothing but good words for this book, which we’ll keep with us for reference. It is well worth the money spent.
Bought this book even though I’m moving to Spain without …, 2 Mar. 2015By berni hickeyThis review is from: Moving To Spain With Children (Paperback)Bought this book even though I’m moving to Spain without children, it’s a must have that will guide you through all the steps to make your move go as smoothly as possible. This book covers every step of the way from how to get your NIE right through to health cover a must have for anyone considering moving to Spain !!!
Thanks to this book though I have been able to get the ball rolling and I feel much happier about our decision now that I know w, 10 Feb. 2015This review is from: Moving To Spain With Children (Paperback)I bought this book a couple of months ago as we plan on moving to Spain next summer for a year. I had no idea where to begin with regards to residency, applying for schools and renting etc and was beginning to feel a little overwhelmed when I was finding conflicting information on line. Thanks to this book though I have been able to get the ball rolling and I feel much happier about our decision now that I know what to do. The book covers all the essentials and things I had even considered. So far so good. I now feel ready for Spanish bureaucracy and am looking forward to being through it to living the Spanish life.
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