This a 1 page literacy article on how Charles Lindbergh's plane, the Spirit of St. Louis had no front window. There is follow up question: Sample below.
In 1927 a slim 6 ft. 3 in. unknown pilot, named Charles Lindbergh, achieved one no one else in history was able to accomplish, a solo flight across the Atlantic from New York to Paris. The 3,600 mile jaunt across the pond took 33½ hours averaging a modest 108 mph.
What is also amazing is that without autopilot Lindbergh had to stay away to pilot the plane. This is compounded by the fact that he had been unable to sleep the night before as well. Over 150,000 people awaited his landing at Le Bourget field, just outside of Paris. It was 10:18 in the evening.