This is just a sample reading of a portion of The Velveteen Rabbit. This is to show my ability to read children's storybooks.
Middle Aged (35-54)
North American, US General American (GenAm)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
It was like now, for the moon had risen. The forest was beautiful, and the fronds of the bracken shone like frosted silver in the open glade between the tree trunks. The wild rabbits danced with their shadows on the velvet grass. But when they saw the fairy they all stopped dancing and stood round in a ring to stare at her. I brought you a new play, fellow, said the theory. You must be very kind to him and teach him all he needs to know in rabbit land, for he is going to live with you forever and ever. And she kissed the little rabbit and put him down in the grass. Run and play little rabbit, she said.