BY SARA DARLING
Ginger Pride: A Red Headed History of the World
Everyone loves a redhead. The fiery predicament, the outrageous antics and unpredictable temper. How popular is Prince Harry now he’s been snapped up by an American Beauty? And if they don’t hurry up and have a bambino, the redhead gene might die out by 2060.(Note- they are not completely responsible for keeping the red race alive- Ed Sheeran, Julianne Moore, Damian Lewis, and Lily Cole are all flying the flame hair flag.)
So to celebrate all persons auburn, author Tobias Anthony (a ginge obviously), has collated a variety of truths, and dispels myths that surround the world of carrot tops,- such as why their scent and pheromone output is different from other hairy follicles, and why they are so freckly, and why they have a natural aptitude to produce Vitamin D.
If you are a proud ginger, or are on friendly terms with a redhead this book will definitely raise an eyebrow. Split into three chapters, it celebrates history’s most famous gingers and the science of spotting the difference between homegrown and bottle-aided aub.
Along with the things you should never say to a ginger, this book is a pocket sized rocket of fun!
Published by Smith Street Books
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