The UnDutchables was the first book to both humorously and mercilessly expose many of the odd characteristics of the Dutch.
The UnDutchables (Dutch
This book is a Dutch translation of The UnDutchables 6th ed, published by Njjgh & Van Ditmar in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
This book is a complex Chinese translation of The UnDutchables 6ed, published by Common Master Press in Taiwan.
A Dutch-format perpetual birthday calendar or “verjaardagskalender” in Dutch; provides a means of listing the birthdays of friends and family. Its use is not limited to any individual calendar year, and can thus last a lifetime, which is probably why it is so popular amongst cloggies.
A tongue-in-cheek look at the Dutch and their wondrous ways. Written in a style reminiscent of "The UnDutchables" but with a gentleman’s touch, "Dear Henry" captures the quirky ways of the Dutch from a typically British viewpoint.
When a sore-armed pitcher from New Jersey ventured forth to European lands in the early 1980s, little did he suspect that the experience would influence America's national sport as played abroad. Neither did he suspect that his efforts would provide the material for a timeless book that deserves a place in baseball history.
Extinct Stuff (Discontinued Products)
Amsterdam’s red light district in the twilight of the 20th century when it was still a fun place. Written and illustrated by Bruce Harris & Michelle Bird. OUT OF PRINT.
Holland’s beloved guilders published by the Dutch Govt. The first currency note to sport a copyright statement to thwart forgers Not our product, but sorely missed all the same. OUT OF PRINT.
Daily words of wisdom with a Dutch twist. Killed off by unemployment, electronic personal assistants, and smartphones. OUT OF SERVICE.
Porcelin coffee mug imprinted with the all-important Dutch coffee drinking ritual, as divulged in “The UnDutchables.” Rendered obsolete by the Senseo coffee cult (our mug did not fit under the apparat head!) SOLD OUT.
Arguably the best Dutch invention since the dijk. After around a quarter of a century of baffling tourists with zone-power, the system became the victim of Dutch “old-fashioned” fever. Again, not one of our products. FINALLY FOLDED.
Click on the graphic above to view cover images of all editions of The UnDutchables - past and present, English and Dutch.