How It Sounds To Be 9

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Owen Randolph, 9, is a fourth-grader who lives near Richmond, Va. With the help of his parents, Tim and Amy, and his brother Eli, he pinpointed the four key sounds of his life right now.

Owen Randolph
Owen Randolph

Click to hear the sounds of Owen's life.

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Produced by Art Silverman

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