Anthology D North and Latin America

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Anthology D North and Latin America 
This project targets grade 2 students, so the pace should not be too fast. It should be a bit slow but still sound natural.The narrator should sound like an 8-12 year old (American native speaker) boy who can pronounce certain Indian names (Dadima/Jai/Dadaji) and Latin American words/names (Abuela/Léon/Nicaragua/hola/vamos) correctly. He should also be able to slightly change his voice with the change of characters (narrator's mother/father/sibling/etc.). 
2016-05-06 08:44:28 GMT
2016-05-20 16:00:00 (GMT +02:00) Athens, Istanbul, Minsk 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
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1238 WORDS
English - USA and Canada
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Teenage Boy
• Audio files must be delivered via email
• 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

Script Details

Text 1: Monsoon Afternoon by Kashmira Sheth and Yoshiko Jaeggi: The temple flags fluttered loudly. The peacocks called out, tahuoonk, tahuoonk. Ants scurried across the ground as if the earth were one big maze. I counted the raindrops, one, two, three. On the patio, the rain fell fast, cutting the heat in half. “Dadima, can you come out and play?” I asked. “Not now. I want to drink my tea,” she said, going in the kitchen. “Jai, let’s play,” I said to my brother.

Text 2: Marketplace Hero: Today I was a hero. It all started when I woke up this morning. My Abuela was making my favorite food, fried bananas. I ate all of them. We wear special uniforms at my school. The lion is our school’s mascot. It is also the symbol of my city–León–in the country of Nicaragua. My friend María met me on the corner. “Hola, Carlos,” she said. “Hola, María,” I said. “Are you ready to walk to school?” “Vamos!” she said. 
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