Children's Book II

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This is a sample reading the entire children's book, \"A Dog on a Log.\"

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


North American (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
a dog on a log, by T. Albert. On a beach by a tree set. My family and me then shouted A hog. There's a dog on a log. A dog on a log. Well, how can that be? He must be saving that big frightening flee. Now why would a dog be saving a flea? Especially in the water? On the branch of a tree? I couldn't believe what I saw happen next. Even that dog on a log was perplexed. The flea pulled on the rope and up came a boat. I'll bet you can't guess what happened next. A flea family ran from the dog's little toe. They got into the boat and began to row. Once on the shore, they ran through the sand over a cookie in my left hand, right to the hog. That's where they went. They found a new home with an unpleasant scent. As for the dog. He's still writing that log As for me, ouch, I think I have a flea.