The Natural Superiority of the Left-hander
Cartoonist James T. de Kay takes a hilarious look at the inside-out world of left-handedness, and in the process proves what left-handers have always secretly suspected... they are not only different from everybody else, they are better. Drawing on everything from NASA statistics to the latest neurological surgical research, this book makes its points with sly good humour and what can only be described as left-handed wit. An all-new companion to the classic The Left-Handed Book.
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