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How It Sounds To Be 9

How It Sounds

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.

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Owen Randolph

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