Children's Audiobook Sample

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Description

Slow-paced, Sweet, Sensitive, and enthusiastically focused on young learners. This sample narration can be adapted in pace, mood, pitch, or other elements.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

North American (General)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
look up at the night sky. What do you see? Can you point them out? Mhm. Do you see the moon we visited there? Do you see the shooting stars? These are meteorites which are small rocks, metal or ice that are on fire. Yeah there are lots of stars. We connect the stars to make imaginary shapes and name them. These are called constellations. Most visible stars are part of the Milky Way Galaxy. Yeah in our Milky Way galaxy is our solar system. You live here. Let's learn about our solar system. During the day we see the sun, the sun gives light and warms the solar system. The sun is the center of our solar system. eight planets go around the sun. Can you count them? One, two, three four five, six, seven and eight. Yeah the first planet. Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. This planet goes the fastest around the sun. The second planet venus can usually be seen at night. This planet is the hottest and brightest. Mhm. The third planet earth is where you are right now. We share our planet with many creatures and plants. What creatures do you see? The Earth has one moon and beautiful oceans. Do you see the blue Ocean? Yeah The 4th Planet Mars is red. It has lots of iron. We plan to journey there. Do you see the rocket Morris has giant volcanoes. There is an asteroid belt between this planet and the next one, jupiter asteroids are large rocks that orbit around the sun. Yeah The 5th planet Jupiter is huge. It's the largest planet that goes around the sun. Jupiter has a raging storm that's bigger than the earth. Do you see the big Red Oval Jupiter also has 79 moons. That's more than any other planet in our solar system.