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Eleanor Roosevelt

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Eleanor Roosevelt
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.67

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    helping, entire, unique, delegate, polio, daily, traveled, born, column, press, lived, report, with, life, paralyze, died
     content words:    Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, New York City, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, First Lady, United Nations


Eleanor Roosevelt
By Meg Leonard
  

1     First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt with her dog, Fala.
 
2     Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was born in 1884. She lived in New York City. She was the niece of a president. His name was Theodore Roosevelt. Both of her parents died when she was little. As a teenager, Eleanor met Franklin Roosevelt. He was a distant cousin. They were married in 1905. The couple had six children. One died as a baby. Franklin came down with polio. This disease can paralyze the legs. Eleanor helped Franklin do many things. She worked as his eyes and ears. He trusted her to report things to him. In 1933, Franklin was elected President. Eleanor became the First Lady. Many people liked and respected her. She was charming and friendly. Eleanor was a unique First Lady for the time. She held press .....
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