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RUSH: Here’s Anderson in Jacksonville. Oh, we have another child, ladies and gentlemen! We have another young reader of Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims. This is Anderson in Jacksonville, Florida. Hi, Anderson.

CALLER: Hello, Mr. Limbaugh.

RUSH: It’s great to have you on the program, Anderson. Welcome.

CALLER: It’s great to be talking to you.

RUSH: Thank you very much. What’s up?

CALLER: My brother, my sister, and I love your Rush Revere book.

RUSH: Aw, that’s just great.

CALLER: Our favorite character is Liberty the horse.

RUSH: Oh, yeah, a lot of people love Liberty. Liberty’s a fun character.

CALLER: Yes, sir.

RUSH: Well, you’re very nice. Have you read the whole book?

CALLER: No. We’re only on Chapter 4 right now, but we read it every night and we love it.

RUSH: Isn’t that great? You already know you love it and you’re only on Chapter 4.

CALLER: Yes, sir.

RUSH: Well, are you excited about the new one coming out?

CALLER: Yes, sir.

RUSH: You know, it’s available for pre-order now. It’s Rush Revere and the First Patriots. Anderson, it’s tough. As the renowned author, it’s hard for me, ’cause Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims is the first, and it’s got a special place in my heart as the first book in the series — and it is good. But, you know, you try to make everything you do better than the previous version of what you did.

Like every day, here, I try to make the radio show better and better every day — and as I write new books, I try to make them better. So without saying anything bad about the book you’re reading, the next one is really good, too, Anderson. I just want to give you a heads-up. If you like this one, you are going to really love the next one.

CALLER: All right. We’ll be sure to check that one out.

RUSH: (laughing) I love it. I’ll tell you what, Anderson, you probably don’t have a copy of the audio version of the book you’re reading now, do you?

CALLER: No, sir.

RUSH: Well, I would like to send you one, ’cause it’s me reading it, and it’s every word. It isn’t shortened or abridged, as they say. It’s the entire book and it takes about four and a half hours to listen to it straight through, which you can listen to it a little bit here or there. If you’re driving in the car with your parents, you could ask them to play it then. It’s the same book, and it’s the same words, but read by me. It may be a little bit different to you, I bring certain parts of it to life a little bit differently, so I’d like to send you a copy of the audio version, if that would be okay.

CALLER: Yes, sir, that would be great. Thank you.

RUSH: All right. So what I need you to do is stay on the phone, and Mr. Snerdley will pick up and get your address so we can send it out to you, okay?

CALLER: Okay, thank you.

RUSH: No, Anderson, thank you. I can’t tell you how happy you make me when you call me and tell me that you like this book. It really means everything to me. I wish I had an adequate way of thanking you, ’cause you’re really making my day. So thank you. You’re a great kid, and I hope you like the next one as much.

CALLER: I’ll be sure to get on to reading it.

RUSH: All right. That’s Anderson. He’s in Jacksonville, Florida, 12 years old right there in the target demo for Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims, and the new book, Rush Revere and the First Patriots is available now for pre-order. It goes on sale March the 11th.

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