• Hockney – Van Gogh: The Joy of Nature

    Hans Den Hartog Jager

    An illustrated study of Hockney’s landscapes and their debt to Van Gogh. To accompany the show at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

    Paperback £24.95
  • The Silver Skates

    Mary Mapes Dodge

    First published in New York in 1865 and influenced by the author’s Dutch immigrant neighbours, this is the story of Hans Brinker and his sister Gretel, two impoverished children growing up in Holland. Who has never dreamt of skating for miles on frozen canals? And racing to win?

    Paperback £7.99
  • Childhood: Two Novellas

    Gerard Reve

    Translated from the Dutch, two novellas set in wartime Amsterdam; from the author of the acclaimed ‘The Evenings’.

    Hardback £12.99
  • A Foolish Virgin

    Ida Simons

    Oblique, elliptical, “doesn’t quite behave itself” according to one of us. An autobiographical novel about a young Jewish girl in 1920s Antwerp, observant but with a child’s oddly revealing blind spots.

    Hardback £14.99
  • Tow-Truck Pluck

    Annie Schmidt, illustrated by Fiep Westendorp

    First English edition of this 1970s Dutch classic: the adventures of a little boy and a red tow-truck. Funny, charming, joyous.
    200 pp, copious illustrations. Ages 6+.

    Hardback £14.99