Fame and Fortune; or, The Progress of Richard Hunter

Author: Alger, Horatio

Average rating:
  • Fair-Read Level: 2
  • Illustrated? No
  • Audiobook
  • Length: C
  • Flesch: 80.3
  • Kincaid: 4.81
  • Fog Level: 7.34
  • Core 1 and 2: 85.07

Placement Text

"Well, Fosdick, this is a little better than our old room in Mott Street," said Richard Hunter, looking complacently about him. "You're right, Dick," said his friend. "This carpet's rather nicer than the ragged one Mrs. Mooney supplied us with. The beds are neat and comfortable, and I feel better satisfied, even if we do have to pay twice as much for it." The room which yielded so much satisfaction to the two boys was on the fourth floor of a boarding-house in Bleecker Street. No doubt many of my young readers, who are accustomed to elegant homes, would think