Today’s Saturday Mornings for Kids is also for adults. It is for anyone dealing with being a Southpaw. These two books are easy enough for kids to read, with plenty of cartoons, but interesting enough for adults to enjoy. It is the perfect book for parents and grandparents to teach a kid to celebrate rather than curse his/her left-handedness.

The first book deals with famous left handers as well as encouraging facts about being left handed.

Interesting myths and facts about Southpaws, including where the term came from.

This second book is the one I discovered in a box of books donated to my Bookstore Endeavor.

The Natural Superiority of The Left Hander has many fun-filled facts with great illustrations about left handed people. The book was published in 1979 and is dedicated to “the citizens of Left Hand, West Virginia, population 450, and every one a Left Hander.”

Did you know that in the UK, it is against the rules to play polo left-handed? This rule even applied to King Charles, who in his polo playing days was known as The Prince of Wales. There are more left-handed boys than girls, and no reason has been found…YET! Did you know that there’s on population where left-handers are in the majority? Among gorillas!

Many more facts and issues of left-handedness are explored, and they are presented in a fascinating manner–even to righties like me!

This post has been presented by Right-Handed Rae in honor and appreciation of her Leftie Friends!

Thanks, Evin, for the sign off.