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This is an excerpt from a children's book entitled \"Up in the Air.\"

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


North American (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
There are things that glide. There are things that fly. There are things that hover and things that zoom by birds of all shapes and sizes flap their way across the sky. Eagles, crows, sparrows, robins and the mountain Black Eye. Be aware of flying things that sting like mosquitoes and honeybees, enjoy the moss and butterflies that float by softly like the breeze, scrunch your eyes and look really close when you see something above hover. If it's super tiny, it's a hummingbird. If it's noisy and huge, a helicopter, if you feel left out of all that fun, don't cry and don't complain, just grow up and be a pilot and you can fly an airplane. You can zoom around the world whenever, wherever you want to and just in case you feel lonesome, take your folks along too. But if you want to go up much higher than that, you could become an astronaut and get into the spacecraft. You could go to the moon to juniper venus and mars and someday in a space rocket you could reach for the stars. But if you want to fly up high right now and right here, try airships or hot air balloons to float from here to there. But wait. There's so much more. If you want to be up in the air, gliding and parasailing are sports for those who dare. And when you are tired and dizzy from all the zooming around, you could still be up in the air from right here on the ground. Get your kite, get your balloon and fly it into the sky, watch it bob and dive and dance against the clouds that float by. So when you stand at your window, look up and down and all around. There are many, many things up in the air, just as there are on the ground.