New book will take readers on a journey around the world

Stockholm, Sweden, January 25, 2016 — /EPR NETWORK/ — The adventurous spirit of someone who leaves their home country is carried into how they end up expanding their family. Knocked Up Abroad: Stories of pregnancy, birth, and raising a family in a foreign country will take readers on an exciting journey through 24 different countries. Pregnancy and childbirth are exciting and life-changing events. When experienced in a foreign country, the adventure takes countless unexpected twists and turns as mothers must navigate foreign languages, customs, and healthcare practices.

With an estimated 232 million people living as expatriates from their country of origin, and almost six million Americans living abroad, technology makes it easier to live far away from family. As global connectivity increases, more and more people will find themselves experiencing raising a family in a foreign culture.

Knocked Up Abroad provides a glimpse of the wide range of experiences women face when giving birth and raising their children in a foreign culture, language, and environment. This book takes readers around the world and provides introductions to new sights, smells and sounds as each contributor describes what life is truly like from their perspective. Regardless of the cultural or medical approach, parents everywhere in the world worry about the same thing: the health of their unborn baby. In each of the unique stories in Knocked Up Abroad, the concepts of family and love translate into every language and are uniquely celebrated in every culture.

Contact-Details: Lisa Ferland, +46702715431,,

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