Sara Crewe is left in the care of Miss Minchin's Seminary when her father departs for India.
Source: Burnett F. H. (1906). The Little Princess.London, England: Warne.
- Chapter 1: Sara
- After arriving from India by ship, Captaing Crewe reluctantly leaves his daughter in the care of Miss Minchin.
- Chapter 2: A French Lesson
- The rest of the girls are introduced to Sara Crewe. Sara's first French lesson does not go as Miss Minchin planned.
- Chapter 3: Ermengarde
- Sara introduces herself to Ermengarde.
- Chapter 4: Lottie
- Sara's presence at the school upsets Lavinia. Sara agrees to help Lottie.
- Chapter 5: Becky
- Lottie is caught listening to Sara's story telling, upsetting Lavinia.
- Chapter 6: The Diamond Mines
- In one of Captain Crewe's letters, he reveals an interesting story causing much excitement in all the girls.
- Chapter 7: The Diamond Mines Again
- Sara requests for Becky to stay while she opens her birthday presents.
- Chapter 8: In the Attic
- Sara begins her new life as a servant.
- Chapter 9: Melchisedec
- Lottie is confused by Sara's change in status.
- Chapter 10: The Indian Gentleman
- Sara is startled into realizing that she looks like the poor children she had seen in her better days.
- Chapter 11: Ram Dass
- Sara watches as the Indian gentleman moves into his new home.
- Chapter 12: The Other Side of the Wall
- Sara has become fond of the Large Family.
- Chapter 13: One of the Populace
- Sara begins a story about the tropical forest, in response to the cold weather.
- Chapter 14: What Melchisedec Heard and Saw
- Ram Dass describes his fascination of Sara.
- Chapter 15: The Magic
- Miss Minchin scolds the cook, which results in Sara being on the wrong end of the cooks temper.
- Chapter 16: The Visitor
- Most are shocked to find Sara well and the same even after a meal's deprivation.
- Chapter 17: “It Is the Child!”
- The Large Family children tell the Indian gentleman about their little un-fairy princess.
- Chapter 18: “I Tried Not to Be”
- All realize that if Sara had revealed her entire name, she would have been found much sooner.
- Chapter 19: Anne
- Recounting of the tales of how things came to be for both Sara and the Large Family.
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