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Paperback, 96 pages
178 x 110mm, £4.99
Current edition: April 2009

the Belgians

 Belgians are avid collectors – with museums devoted to chicory, chips, birds' nests, tombstones and even underpants. 
 
'Fun. I am Irish and live in Brussels and I bought this book to try to get an idea of what to expect from the Belgians. It has helped explain where they are coming from, their home life and their interests/obsessions. Of course, it is impossible to generalise about a group of such people of such diverse origins, history and culture, but it highlights the many likeable characteristics of the Belgians and their country.' Reviewer from Ireland
'A humorous look at the qualities and manners of the Belgians, covering everything from what they eat to how they drive. I lived in Belgium for 6 months and to the extent that you can successfully sum up an entire culture in 90 pages, it seems to hit the mark pretty closely. A cute little book and a very quick read.'Reader from Minneapolis, USA
'Hilarious... stereotypes and enough real facts for conversational knowledge. And yes, the cobblestones do look scrubbed in front of most Belgian houses.'Review from ‘A customer’
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