Mrs. Rachel Lynde is introduced to Anne. Marilla empathizes with Anne.
George continues to admire Zenith as he prepares for lunch at the Athletic Club. Reluctantly, George acknowledges his feeling of discontent to Riesling.
The young prince’s legs stopped growing causing him unable to stand or walk. The King dies and the Prince Regent (the King’s brother) comes to power until the prince is of age. They hold a funeral for Prince Dolor.
by Kirk Munroe
While Quorum set out traps for the racoons, Worth and Sumner build a raft. Sumner takes off on the raft.
Villefort visits King Louis XVIII to inform him of a conspiracy.
Arthur and the others get ready for the big party. Lady Muriel discusses right and wrong.
Thomas Jefferson's second inaugural address, presented in Washington, D.C. in March of 1805.
The country described. A proposal for correcting modern maps. The king’s palace; and some account of the metropolis. The author’s way of travelling. The chief temple described.
Henry and Wilson hear another is planning another charge. Henry's regiment has been chose for an offensive charge. Henry and Wilson inform the lieutenant of the offensive. The soldiers await the order for the charge anxiously.
by Andrew Lang
A crafty tanuki betrays his wife in order to get food and his son vows to avenge his mother. The little tanuki is able to outsmart his father and accomplish his personal goal.
by Anna Sewell
Having been sold once again, Black Beauty meets his new master, but finds his time there short lived.
Chapter 6: Oliver, Being Goaded by the Taunts of Noah, Rouses into Action, and Rather Astonishes Him.
A sudden epidemic provides Oliver with the opportunity to advance. Confronted by taunts from Noah, Oliver's rage gets the best of him.
by Oliver Optic
Christy and his men contain the drunken sailors and take charge of the ship.
House expenses continue to trouble Jurgis and his family. Ona, who has become pregnant and given birth to a son, is in poor health after returning to work too soon to recover from child birth.
The author diverts the emperor, and his nobility of both sexes, in a very uncommon manner. The diversions of the court of Lilliput described. The author has his liberty granted him upon certain conditions.
by Jules Verne
Fearing the loss of his ship, Farragut chooses not to attack until morning. Ned Land's harpooning of the creature fails to produce the desired result. Arronnax finds himself in a precarious situation.
Dorothy and her friends leave the Emerald City and wander through an enchanted forest that was guarded by moving trees. After getting past them, they come to a wall made of china.
Their return home is unsuccessful, and the girls determine that they must turn back in order to find their way home. They make it back to their picnic spot, but there is still no sign of Tom. Instead, someone else arrives.
Carol encounters Erik while walking with Hugh, and they discuss life in Gopher Prairie. Carol encourages Erik to pursue further education. Erik slowly earns the town's acceptance.
Carol is introduced to Will Kennicott while visiting a friend, and soon they begin their courtship.
Christmas arrives and Carol and Will attend a party at a friends house. Carol's frustration with the stagnant atmosphere of Gopher Prairie continues to increase.
William and Mr. Hunsden meet again. They discuss what has happened and William's plans for the future.
by Victor Hugo
Jehan Frollo discovers a strange scene in his brother's cell. Jehan's request for money is interrupted by the arrival of Maitre Jacques.
Concerned for his friend's well-being, George waits for Riesling at his hotel room only to find out that things are not as they seem.
Curly was punished by his teacher and had to stay after school. While cleaning the chalkboard, Jacko the organ-monkey hit Curly in the head with chestnuts. They decided to roast them. The alligator came to attack them, but was frightened away by the popping of the chestnuts.