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In a time before fast food, microwave ovens and home videos; there existed a world where adventure was as close as your next thought. Entertainment wasn’t where you go or how much money you spent, but what you did. Playing outside was the normal thing for most children, in fact to stay “in the house” was sheer punishment. Being grounded usually meant no television or use of the telephone. These are stories of a very imaginative child and the love of a father. A world that seemed to move more slowly and a time that watched history change on a daily basis as never before in the twentieth century, with joy and sorrows, tears and laughter. “The Sounds at River’s Edge” is viewed from the eyes of a child spanning only four years, but what years they were! It’s a wonder any of us survived.

Fairgoer383
Hi Bobbie! Happy Veterans day too!
Alec Salvatore
Hello Bobbie!
Alec Salvatore
There's a very big gap when it comes to the generation today such as entertainment, character, and values. I mean I agree the 1950's up to the 70's were such great times. Such wanted to know, what is your opinion with today's generations? In my case, I think everything fromrelationships to what we need are too fast or instantaneous.
Anderson
Hello Bobbie! Warner Bros! Thats all folks!!! hehehe
Bob
I like bugs bunny too!!!
Elyson Impass
Tazmania !!!! hahaha
Howard Martin
Hi, What is your book all about?
Anderson
Happy Veterans day to all that have served!!!
Fairgoer1245
If I were you to ask what is your favorite chapter in your own book?
Wayne Banker
Nice story.
Howard Martin
I see, thank you for letting us know.
Fairgoer1014
What advice can you give to people when dealing with nostalgia?
Fairgoer1245
thank you, Bobbie.
Wayne Banker
Nice, thank you for the words!
Fairgoer627
Hi Bobbie ! It’s nice to be here
Fairgoer1433
Cool family!
Fairgoer1433
Awesome dad! Your very lucky!
Allan
Do you prefer writing in silence or to music?
Fairgoer627
Thank you for sharing your story with us!
Fairgoer627
Bye
Bobbie J. McLaren
Garmadon97, I agree things have definitely changed and move way too fast.
Bobbie J. McLaren
Hey wonderful people...due to technical problems, such as no microphone, I am unable to do todays session. Look for me tomorrow at 3:00pm est.
Clarence Causby
that's a shame. I'll try to be here tomorrow to here you!
Bobbie J. McLaren
Thanks Clarence!!
Marco
Yey! Story time!
Fairgoer1737
just came in.. what are we talking about today?
Gladys
Good old days. Looney Tunes was my all time favorite growing up as a kid.
Gladys
I definitely agree with you on this! Each individual has their own unique skills and talents.
Marco
Always learning something new everytime I listen to your live sessions. Thanks for being awesome, and I hope you stay the same always.
Gladys
Congratulations in advance on the new book! I wish you all the best with it.
Marco
The cover looks cool! Definitely will get the attention of the children. Can do so much with it!
Fairgoer1951
Hey Bobbie, it's Amber Mathewson
Fairgoer1951
Your BFF 🤗
Mario G - RM
I love to get a copy of your children's book Bobbie. Great Job!
Fairgoer37
I love you Bobbie heart
Mario G - RM
You're a great storyteller.
Fairgoer2160
River's Edge seems to bring me back in the old golden days!
Fairgoer2160
What a talent!!
Fairgoer2176
They said it's too expensive to publish a book, is it true?
Fairgoer2177
It's quite difficult to shop around, there's a lot of scam companies. Most of them tells you a lot of bullshit!
Fairgoer2177
Why did you change publisher?
Fairgoer2160
How's the book goin'.
Fairgoer2160
Thank you for answering my question.
Fairgoer991
Happy Sunday, Bobbie!! Nice to see you smile
Gladys
Forgiving is one thing, forgetting is another matter altogether.
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In a time before fast food, microwave ovens and home videos; there existed a world where adventure was as close as your next thought. Entertainment wasn’t where you go or how much money you spent, but what you did. Playing outside was the normal thing for most children, in fact to stay “in the house” was sheer punishment. Being grounded usually meant no television or use of the telephone. These are stories of a very imaginative child and the love of a father. A world that seemed to move more slowly and a time that watched history change on a daily basis as never before in the twentieth century, with joy and sorrows, tears and laughter. “The Sounds at River’s Edge” is viewed from the eyes of a child spanning only four years, but what years they were! It’s a wonder any of us survived.

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The Sounds at River’s Edge

In a time before fast food, microwave ovens and home videos; there existed a world where adventure was as close as your next thought. Entertainment wasn’t where you go or how much money you spent, but what you did. Playing outside was the normal thing for most children, in fact to stay “in the house” was sheer punishment. Being grounded usually meant no television or use of the telephone. These are stories of a very imaginative child and the love of a father. A world that seemed to move more slowly and a time that watched history change on a daily basis as never before in the twentieth century, with joy and sorrows, tears and laughter. “The Sounds at River’s Edge” is viewed from the eyes of a child spanning only four years, but what years they were! It’s a wonder any of us survived.