RUSH: Heather in Lynchburg, Virginia. I have time to squeeze you in here. How are you?
CALLER: Hi, Rush. I’m good. How are you?
RUSH: I’m fine. Thank you very much.
CALLER: Well, I wanted to take a break from talking about the election and ask if you would consider writing a Rush Revere book for younger kids like the cardboard ones for little toddlers. I’ve got two Rush Babies and we listen to you every day and I can’t wait to read them your books, but it’ll be awhile before they’re ready for those and I don’t think you can start teaching them too soon. So I’d like to have something in the meantime.
RUSH: I am very flattered that you would ask. That’s true. These books are written for, you know, eight, 10, 11 years old.
RUSH: That’s a good point. Well, you know, we’re constantly thinking about this series and what to do with it next and how to keep it going. That’s a great idea, and I appreciate you thinking about that. Right. It would have to be picture books and other things for toddlers that can’t read or just on the verge of it. Heather, thank you very much. I really, really do appreciate that. In fact, get her name and address. We’ll send her kids a bunch of stuff in lieu of those books before… They’re not yet out, of course. We’ll send some Liberty dolls and audio versions of the books. That’d be cool.