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Voice Over • Audiobooks


Role: Storyteller Narrator, Characters Mother Child
Style : Animated Calming Trustworthy Audiobook

Five Little Monkeys Reading In Bed. By, Eileen Christelow: Young Adult Mother Child Generation X Generation Y Storyteller Annoying Kid Brat Characters Child Narrator Playful Animated Annoying Authentic Authoritative Awkward Believable Youthful Cute Energetic Engaging Enthusiastic Funny Genuine Imaging Inquisitive Mischievous Narrator Playful

The Little Engine that could. By, Watty Piper: Young Adult Child Generation X Generation Y Storyteller Characters Child Narrator Playful Kid Kid next door Animated Authentic Believable Youthful Concerned Cute Defeated Endearing Worried Engaging Excited Genuine Imaging Narrator Quirky Shy Sincere Warm Sweet Sympathetic Timid Middle aged

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Vocal Characteristics




North American, US General American (GenAm), US West Coast (California, Portland)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
when the five little monkeys air ready for bed. There, Mama read stories than kisses each head. It's bedtime for monkeys. Now turn out the light. Oh, mom. Ah, please, one more story tonight. But Mama's too tired. She's read more than four lights out. Sweet dreams. She closes the door. One monkey whispers. This book looks so good if Mama won't read it and maybe we could I'm not very big, said the little blue engine. They use me only for switching trains in the yard. I've never been over the mountain, but we must get over the mountain before the Children awake, said the dolls and toys. The very little engine looked up and saw the tears in the doll's eyes, and he thought of all the good little boys and girls on the other side of the mountain who would not have any toys are good food unless he helped. And then he said, I think I can. I think I can. I think I can. I think I can