RUSH: Here’s Jennifer in Naples, Florida. Welcome to the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Happy Friday, Rush. How are you today?
RUSH: I’m fine, Jennifer. Thanks. And how are you?
CALLER: I’m great. It’s an honor to speak with you. I called in ’cause I wanted to let you know that I was the guest surprise reader for my son’s third great class today, and I brought in Rush Revere and the First Patriots. My son thoroughly enjoyed the first book. So obviously the day your second book came out, I bought that one, and I read for 20 minutes to the class the first chapter. By the time I was finished, every single child was asking, “What’s the title of the first one? Write it down,” and asking the teacher to write it down on the board. I had every single child wanting to run out and buy your two books.
RUSH: You are great.
CALLER: So you’re making sales in Naples, Florida, this week.
RUSH: That is just incredible.
RUSH: So they let you show up, and you read the first chapter of the second book, Rush Revere and the First Patriots, and the kids wanted more?
CALLER: They wanted more. They wanted to hear more, they wanted to know the title of the first one, because obviously you know your first chapter —
RUSH: You must be a really good interpretative reader.
CALLER: I was. I was making the jokes that Liberty was making. I was really trying to… I don’t know. I’m nervous. But I tried.
RUSH: Thank you. These testimonials are so touching.
CALLER: Yeah. It’s fabulous, and I can’t wait for all the rest of the books to come out because my kids love them. More schools should be promoting them. I think it’s just a fabulous message that you’re sending.
RUSH: Well, I agree with that 100 percent. With calls like yours, it might be facilitated. Look, Jennifer, I want to send you the audio versions of both. You probably don’t have those, right?
CALLER: We don’t actually, but that would be fabulous. Thank you so much.
RUSH: Just hang on. Mr. Snerdley will get your address, and I’m gonna send you the audio versions, and I’ll sign a couple of the books, too. So you can give the books to the school, if you want. I don’t want to be presumptuous. But he’ll be there. Don’t hang up, whatever you do.