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Engaging Reader for Children's Audiobook

Voice Over • Audiobooks


This is a sample of a Librivox audio book recording that I did for PeeWee Harris Fixer

Vocal Characteristics


English (North American)

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


US General American (GenAm)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
clowns and elephants and zebras and fat women and skinny men and dwarfs. And it kind of a man on Lee, not exactly a man that they held by a chain. And he was wild and uncivilized like, you know, like scouts. And he growled and look like a monkey and G wiz. They had two drafts and lay with a beard like Smith Brothers cough drops. And I said on Mrs Ashley's porch. And a boy that sits in a window because he's six saw the parade. So that shows how I did a good turn. Even Mrs Ashley said so and they had snakes in a glass wagon. G Wiz yacht have seen all of the things they had, Wasn't it dandy? Irene, You saw the procession? Said grouchy. Jerry. Oh, boy, did we G Wiz? You ought to have seen it. We saw it all from beginning to end, didn't we, Irene, in any way, she has to be excused on account of a parade being something special. Oh, boy, if you'd seen it, you have said it was something special. He paused for breath, and in the interval, a boy students sank into affected unconsciousness across the table, another staggered to the wall, leaning limp and helpless against it. A girl burried her head on another girl's shoulder. Principal Sharp managed to reach his revolving chair, swung around in it away from the scene of anguish, lean forward places two hands before his face and said nothing.