Jas Patrick

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Jas Patrick

Category Audiobooks
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Young Adult (18-35)
Description Jas Patrick excels at children's books--his characters are engaging and jump off the \"page\". Here are two examples of children's books demonstrating both narration and dialogue in two different age groups--one very young and the other a bit older.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
Hot Rod Hamster by Cynthia Lord Pictures by Derek Anderson Great day grinned a Build a car to win day Cheer Day, Chase Day. Gonna have a race day? I need a hot rod. Hot rod for a hamster. You need something very small and fast. Old car New car. Shiny painted blue car. Rust car, clean car. Itty bitty green car. Which would you choose? I'll take the green car. It's just my size. It'll need new tires and wheels. Yes, I want a bug lover. Smooth wheels, stud wheels driving through the mud wheels, Fat wheels, thin wheels Take her for a spin wheels. Which would you choose? I want the fed wheels. There's more to squeal and you'll need it. Engine that Otpor, huh? I wanted Teoh coil parts, flat parts gleaming this in that parts round parts, straight parts funny out of date parts. Which would you choose? Room room one dreaming engine check. But something's still missing. Claims cool Flames. Hot flames Give it all your gut. Flames short flames wide flames sizzle down the side flames. Which would you choose? Blazing hot flames, please. Their fiery fast sounds good This time I get to choose something. Ah, helmet. Now I'm ready to roll. Little Bears visit by Elsie HOME LANDMAN Eric One day Little Bear came to visit Grandmother and grandfather bear in their little house in the woods. This was something little bit like to do. He liked to look at all the nice things the pictures grandmothers, flowers, Grandfather's Toy goblin that jumped up and down in a job. He liked to put on Grandfather's big hat and say OK, and he liked grandmothers cooking very, very much. He had some bread and gem cake and cookies. Milk in honey, hand in apple. Have some more, said Grandmother. Yes, thank you, said Little Bear. I am no eating too much, am I? Oh, no, no, said grandmother. Then Grandfather said, Too little bear. We will have lots of fun today, you and I. Yes, said Little bear. But Father Bad told me not to make you too tired. Me tired, said Grandfather. How can you make me tired? I am never tired. He got up and did a little jig. Never tired, he said, and sat down. Little bear laughed and clapped his paws. Do you know what he said to his grandmother and grandfather. What? They asked I like it here. Said little bear. He hugged them. Little bear and grandfather had all the fun they could think off Then Grandfather best sat down that we can have a story said little bear scored said Grandfather Bear, tell me a story. Oh, little bear laughed. You tell me one then I must have my pipe said Grandfather. Little Bear ran to the house, got the pipe and ran back. But there was grandfather Fast asleep. Oh, said little bear. He was sad, but not for long. He went looking for his grandmother and found her in the garden. Could Grandmother tell him a story? Oh, yes, she could.