Reading--Amelia & Eleanor

Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride
Amelia & Eleanor
aviator     person who flies an aircraft; pilot

brisk         keen; sharp

cockpit     the place wehre the pilot sits in an airplane

daring      bold; fearless; courageous

eleagant   having or showing good taste; gracefully and richly refined; beautifully luxurious

outspoken not reserved; frank

solo            without a partner, teaher, etc.; alone


One evening, Eleanor Roosevelt asks her friend Amelia Earhart to dinner. In the middle of the dinner, these two brave and daring friends decide to take a ride in an airplane to see the city lights. Even after their exhilarating flight, they have enough excitement left in them to take a fast spin in Eleanor's new car. It proves to be a memorable evening for the two friends.