The Lees of Happiness, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is a short story about the growing love of husband and wife, Jeffrey and Roxanne. When Jeffrey has a stroke, a close family friend frequently visits and helps the couple through the difficult time.
by Andrew Lang
A fairy tale about a peasant boy that is set to many tasks and completes each through magic and the help of supernatural friends he meets along the way.
by Ross Kay
As the boys continue on the chapter describes the banter between them as they switch their posts and continue sailing. However, the motor boat begins to drift and they are not sure how far off course they have gotten and do not know if help will be on the way.
by Jules Verne
Albert confronts the Count of Monte Cristo at the opera.
Sherlock Holmes is faced with the Boscombe Valley Tragedy, in which a man is murdered and is son is accused of the crime.
Joseph, Amelia, Georgy, and Dobbin depart for the continent. Amelia starts to appreciate Dobbin's presence.
Becky's ambition is finally realized. Becky receives assistance from Lord Steyne.
William considers his work as a tradesman, and is confronted by Mr. Hunsden.
Hilda wanders into a cathedral and becomes entranced by its magic.
Marlow recounts his journey up the Congo River to the narrator and his fellow travelers.
by Andrew Lang
A youth steals a magic ring from a witch-maiden in order to slay a dragon, but suffers her punishment for the theft.
The author agrees to return to Hampton as an instructor.
by Mark Twain
The Yankee is bothered by his armor and becomes irritable. The woman, Sandy, is annoying him with her constant inane babble.
With the intensity of the storm increasing, the four men lash themselves to the hull in order to survive.
by Jack London
Hump receives his dried clothing, but notices that some valuably articles are now missing, resulting in an altercation with Mugridge. A misstep while performing his duties aboard ship, results in violence towards Hump. Hump informs Captain Larsen of his missing money, but is only chastised for his irresponsibility and later presented with some of the captains philosophy.
Bluff finds that the man is desperate to escape, but jumps into danger. The boys provide assistance. They help once again when the sherriff and his men return. They travel down the river, stopping for supplies at a small town before reaching the gulf.
A biography of Isaac Todhunter.
News of Will distresses the family. Mr. Ford calls on friends to aid in the investigation. The girls have a farewell tea for friends before their departure.
by H.G. Wells
The narrator continues to examine the positive and negative results of the Martian attack, as well as the questions that remain unanswered.
The Sedley state is auctioned off.
On Jehosophat’s birthday, he receives a pony and a dog-cart. Wienerwurst and a bad dog get into a fight and both dogs are injured, but Wienerwurst recovers.
The author introduces Dorothy and Ozma of Oz. Oz had once been a land like any other until Queen Lurine transformed it into a fairyland. Dorothy uses her magic picture and learns of the terrible fate of her friends the Tin Man and the Scarecrow. Ozma and Dorothy embark on a journey to find their friends.
Upon reporting to the academy at West Point, Henry gets his first taste of life as a Plebe.