Ronja decides upon a daring act that will change everything.
The robbers return to robbing, and Noddle-Pete tells Ronja a fascinating secret.
While out practicing skiing, Ronja takes a tumble.
Ronja and Birk are startled by a visitor.
Ronja and Birk hear something moving around inside the cave.
The conflict between Mattis and Borka intensifies, and Ronja faces a horrible sight.
Ronja struggles to free herself before heavy snowfall comes.
Whilst walking through the forest in a thick fog, Ronja is tempted by a sweet, dangerous song.
Spring returns to the forest, and Ronja and Birk meet two wild horses.
As autumn approaches, Birk is surprised by an unexpected offer.
Ronja and Birk have a big argument, sending Ronja from the cave in tears.
With the forest swarming with the sheriff's soldiers, Noddle-Pete offers a plan, but Ronja has an idea of her own.
Ronja and Birk tend to a wounded mare, and try to tame Villain and Savage.
Ronja falls ill and can't help but worry about Birk.
A Leader is chosen.
Determined to see Birk, Ronja works hard to try and clear the rubble that's plugged an underground passage.
While practicing not being frightened, Ronja is chased. Later, at Hell's Gap, she sees something unexpected.
Mattis and his robbers challenge Borka and his robbers at Hell's Gap. Ronja learns more about her father.
Ronja and Birk encounter the Great Harpy as they drift towards Greedy Falls.
Lightning strikes the fort, and Ronja is born
Ronja grows to be a lively ten-year-old and is given permission to go into the forest.
During her first visit to the forest, Ronja takes in new sights and faces danger.
Ronja returns to the forest and makes a bold decision.
Lovis orders all the robbers to wash their dirty bodies in the snow.
Ronja learns that Birk is the son of Borka, her father's longtime adversary.
Mattis tries to drive Borka from the fort while Ronja wonders why she hasn't seen Birk all autumn.