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Presidents of the United States
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Grace Coolidge

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Presidents of the United States


Grace Coolidge
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 3 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.65

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    personality, politics, vice, press, born, term, approve, conference, along, second, protect, during, opinion, deaf, also, rest
     content words:    Grace Goodhue, When Grace, There Grace, Calvin Coolidge, President Harding, Red Cross, White House


Grace Coolidge
By Meg Leonard
  

1     Grace Goodhue was born in Vermont in 1879. She was an only child. Grace had a zest for life. She was very friendly and happy. When Grace was young, she learned of a school for the deaf. She decided that she wanted to work there some day. She did. There Grace met Calvin Coolidge. They were married in October 1905. Calvin was very quiet and shy. Grace's personality complemented his. Calvin and Grace had two sons. Their younger son died when he was only 16. Calvin became involved in politics. He did not ask Grace's opinion on politics. Grace took care of the house and family. She was always well dressed. She loved bright colors and animals. Calvin Coolidge was vice president under President Harding. Harding died during his .....
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