The girls decide to experiment with laziness.
by Victor Hugo
The people are not impressed by Gringoire's new work. The Cardinal finally makes his appearance.
Albert and Debray visit the Count of Monte Cristo's home and discuss various matters with him.
by Anna Sewell
Captain tells Black Beauty the story of his life, and his time at war.
Ethan approaches Mattie after the dance concludes.
by Andrew Lang
A young prince is offered whatever he likes best, but to his father’s dismay, he chooses a princess who is trapped by an enchantment. On his way to reach her he meets with three men, each with a special skill. Together the four men are able to work together against the magician’s spell.
The author describes his experiences and observations in the Cockermouth and Keswick areas of Great Britain.
Amelia Sedley and Rebecca Sharp depart from Miss Pinkerton's finishing school.
by Kirk Munroe
Sumner and the schooner head towards the deserted island. Once ashore, Sumner tries to locate Worth and Quorum.
Trelawney gives Jim a note to pass on to Long John Silver. During their meeting, he and Jim share their views on Black Dog and Pew and they become friends. Jim introduces Silver to Livesey and Livesey is pleased to have Silver as the ship’s new cook.
The group approaches the hut, hoping it's occupants will be able guide them out of the swamp. Alice and Ruth are surprised by the arrival of two acquaintances.
Rawdon has a request for Pitt. Macmurdo attempts to calm Rawdon.
Mr. Peck passes away.
In recounting the tale of how the Tin Man came into being, Woot the Wanderer points out the Tin Man’s duty to marry the girl that saved him from the Witch and free her from the Wicked Witch. The Tin Man, the Scarecrow, and Woot set out on an adventure to save the girl.
by Jules Verne
In Bombay, Phileas and Passepartout are joined by a Brigadier General, who proceeds to share his opinions with Phileas Fogg. Passepartout makes an alarming discover fearing that Phileas may be in danger of losing his wager.
Walter surprises the Count with his approach. The two spend a tense night together.
by Bram Stoker
There is a funeral for the deceased. Mina and Harker have a disturbing run-in with a mysterious man in London. Children of the town are attacked by the “Bloofer Lady.”
William discusses Pelet, his mother, and a strange meeting with two women.
by Mark Twain
While at school, Tom catches Becky in the act. Becky is not as satisfied by Tom's punishment as she had hoped. Tom decides to take the blame for something he did not do, receiving adoration from Becky in return.
Mr. Douglass returns to Mr. Covey's house, and has one last battle with the cowardly master.
by Jules Verne
A distracted Captain Nemo asks Aronnax for some medical assistance. The men travel to the coral kingdom to bury the dead.
by Victor Hugo
The abandoned young Quasimodo is taken in by the priest, Claude Frollo. Rumor of sorcery are spread about the priest.
A conitnuation of part 1 in which Dr. Watson receives a letter from an old friend that tells about a treaty that was stolen from his office. Watson refers the letter to Holmes to investigate.
Walter stays for the inquest. He considers what must have happened on that last night of Sir Percival's life. He returns to the inn to find a letter waiting.
The acquiring of power through criminal means.