"Charlie, I'm so excited to have you as my guest today.
"Thanks, Deanie, I'm happy to be here too."
- Charlie, have you always known what you wanted to do when you grew up?
- How did you discover that you liked running?
they tried their best. Besides, it was just a little game, not a real race."
- Did you have trouble with your training in the beginning?
- What was the hardest thing for you to learn?
- What else would you like your readers to remember, Charlie?
Charlie what do you like to do more than anything?
- Oh, that's an easy question. I was hoping for one of those! I like running better than anything. Of course, winning is a lot of fun, too. But nobody wins all the time. You have to love what you do if you want to do it well. Running is such fun!
- Who do you think would most enjoy your story, Charlie?
I think any child between about 7-10 years old would love it, and also children who like horses would enjoy this story because I tell it from my own point of view and it is amusing. Kids can read about funny things I'm thinking as well. If I had to sum it up for you I would say it's a captivating story, with important life lessons.
"Thank you for chatting with me today, Charlie. It's been fun finding out about your story."
"You're most welcome, Deanie. I love kids and I hope they have fun reading about my adventures."