A little Story

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A little Story 
Hello and help!! ;)

I just got a little job, with an extremely tight deadline :(
The job has to be ready tomorrow allready, so I need the material
until lunchtime, Swedish time (GMT +1).

If anyone has possibillity to do this this quick I would be more than happy and if you read a audition from the script, please read the whole script, but of course you just need to send me a little bit of it so my client can hear your voice and style. But it would be very good if I could get the whole audiofile directly when my client has decided tomorrow.

Well... to the project then ;)

The text should similate a female teacher that comes back to her class (pretty young children 6-8 years I think) after holiday.
So it´s nice if you try to act as that teacher, telling this pretty exciting story.

Thanks so much in advance :)

2012-11-29 15:56:37 GMT
2012-11-30 12:00:00 (GMT +01:00) Brussels, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - EUR 200
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
475 words, 1 page
English - British
Middle Age Female
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
• Deliver edited and finished voice tracks
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The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project

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The text should similate a female teacher that comes back to her class (pretty young children 6-8 years I think) after holiday.
So it´s nice if you try to act as that teacher, telling this pretty exciting story. 
Lecture / Voiceover:

Today I would like to talk to you a little about my trip to Alaska!
I have dreamed of going there Ever since I read about Alaska's wilderness as a child.
I went there with my family and we had all read quite a lot beforehand to help us decide what we wanted to see, and one of our top priorities was to see a Grizzly bear in its natural habitat.
To make sure we had the best chance of seeing a Grizzly, we went camping for two nights in the Denali National Park. We travelled to a place called Savage River where we then hopped on a bus. You have to travel by bus as cars are forbidden from going any further into the national park.
We were on the bus for several hours and got to see amazing views and lots of wild animals, but no Grizzlies.
As the evening approached we arrived at our overnight destination, the Wonder Lake Campground. Here we pitched our tent. We cooked some supper and then went to sleep.
And guess what I dreamed about that night? Grizzly bears of course!
The next morning we rose early and ate a hearty breakfast to keep us going.
We strolled down to Wonder Lake to see if there were any wild animals about.
Pretty soon, we had the good fortune to see four beavers close to the shore.
After wandering around the lake for a couple of hours and spotting the amazing beavers once more, we returned in the opposite direction to pick up a hiking path called McKinley Bar Trail.
We walked and walked and all I could think about was Grizzly bears.
We had spoken to a couple of campers when we arrived at Wonder Lake Campground the evening before, and they told us that they had seen Grizzlies in the direction we were heading.
After a while, our trail became more and more difficult.
There were lots of rocks and I had to look down to see where I was putting my feet so that I wouldn't stumble.
Suddenly I heard our youngest daughter, Hanna, say "Hi, Bear!"
When I looked up, I saw two Grizzly bears on a hill a short way away.
What an amazing sight! One was slightly bigger than the other, but both of them were huge.
Hanna had learned from the guide aboard the bus to Wonder Lake Campground that you should always greet bears when you meet them so as not to frighten them, because that's when they can become aggressive. That is why she said "Hi, Bear!" as soon as she saw them.
We had finally got to see Grizzly bears, and it wouldn't be our last encounter with bears on our trip to Alaska, but I will tell you more about that next time we see each other. 
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