THERE IS NO ONE LEFT. Mary Lennox is an only child living in India in the time of the British Empire. Everyone says how disagreeable she is. Her mother ignores her. She is brought up by the servants, and is rude to them. Then cholera comes to the district
MISTRESS MARY QUITE CONTRARY. Mary Lennox travels from India to the grey skies of England.
ACROSS THE MOOR. Marry travels by train with Mrs. Medlock and has her first view of the Yorkshire Moors and hears a broad Yorkshire accent.
Mary Lennox wakes up in Misselthwaite Manor and meets Martha, a serving girl who is not all like any of the servants she has known in India.
THE CRY IN THE CORRIDOR. A Robin delights Mary in the grounds of the manor, and later she hears a strange cry.
“THERE WAS SOME ONE CRYING–THERE WAS!”
THE KEY TO THE GARDEN
THE ROBIN WHO SHOWED THE WAY
THE STRANGEST HOUSE ANY ONE EVER LIVED IN