The Left Handers Calendar 2004

The Left Handers Calendar 2004 : Left-Handed Legends, Lore, and More

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"What do Julia Roberts, Kermit the Frog, Mark Twain, Napoleon, and George H.W.Bush have in common? They're all left-handed, along with approximately 40 million people in the United States. The Left-Hander's 2004 Calendars "pay tribute to those unique people known as southpaws. They're filled with left-handed legends, lore, and more. For example, did you know that one explanation for the term "southpaw' is that, Chicago Herald "sportswriter Charles Seymour invented it in 1890 when he noticed that left-handed pitchers threw from the south side of the mound in Chicago's ballpark? Or that males are one-and-a-half times more likely than females to be left-handed? Or that reed instruments like the saxophone, clarinet, and oboe tend to be easier for lefties to master? These calendars are the "right" gifts for any left-hander. This is the tenth year for "The Left-Hander's day-to-day calendar. Each page features a little known fact, legend, anecdote, or trivia about left-handedness or a famous left-handed person. It also recognizes the birthdays of famous left-handed more

Product details

  • Calendar
  • 136.65 x 136.65 x 42.93mm | 335.66g
  • Andrews McMeel Publishing
  • Kansas City, United States
  • English
  • 2004 ed.
  • 0740736795
  • 9780740736797