Book Reviews of Left-Handed Kids : Why Are They So Different

Left-Handed Kids : Why Are They So Different
Left-Handed Kids Why Are They So Different
Author: James T. deKay
ISBN-13: 9780871315915
ISBN-10: 0871315912
Publication Date: 10/25/1989
Pages: 96
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Publisher: M. Evans and Company, Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
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Want to be president of the U.D.? Orbit the earth? Design and build skyscrapers? Play first base for the Mets? Compose a symphony? Well, your chances (or your kid's chances) are a great deal better if you (or he or she) were lucky enough to be born left-handed. Because it's a fact that lefties are more creative, more adventurous, more successful, and just more all-around interesting than those who operate from the starboard side. In the best-selling tradition of his previous left-handed books, James T. de Kay has written a celebration of left-handedness that is sure to bring a smile to lefties everywhere.