Debbie 1980

Picture Stories

  • Mary Brown’s Schooldays (Pages: 4-9)
  • The Night Before Christmas (Damian Darke) (Pages: 12-16) [Art: Norman Lee]
  • Skip ‘n’ Rope (Pages: 19-23)
  • Stepping Out to Stardom (Pages: 24-25)
  • Meg of the Moors (Pages: 26-30)
  • Little Sis (Pages: 41-42) [Art: Doris Kinnear]
  • Jo and Mo (Pages: 43-47) [Art: Tom Hurst]
  • The House That Cared (Pages: 50-54)
  • My Pal Lou (Pages: 57-61)
  • Little Miss Featherfeet (Pages: 64-68) [Art: George Martin}
  • If You Can Help Somebody… (Pages: 72-76)
  • Little Sis (Pages: 79-80) [Art: Doris Kinnear]
  • Trixie’s Treasure Chest (Pages: 83-87) [Art: Robert MacGillivray]
  • The Bionic Horse (Pages: 90-94)  [Art: Peter Davidson?]
  • The Flower Princess (Pages: 97-99)
  • Polly’s Patches (Pages: 102-104)
  • London’s Burning! (Pages: 113-117) [Art: David Matysiak]
  • Swan Song (Pages: 120-125)

Text Stories

  • The Silver Locket (Abigail’s Tale-1666)  (Pages: 17-18)
  • The Silver Locket (Morag’s Tale-1746)  (Pages: 39-40)
  • …A  Poor Church Mouse… (Pages: 70-71)
  • The Silver Locket (Alice’s Tale-1840)  (Pages: 81-82)
  • The Silver Locket (May’s Tale-1912)  (Pages: 95-96)
  • The Silver Locket (Jane’s Tale-1979)  (Pages: 105-106)
  • Goodbye, Lonliness (Pages: 118-119)

Photo Stories

  • The Wishing Well (Pages: 33-37)
  • The Forbidden Garden (Pages: 107-111)

Features

  • Autumn Poem (Pages: 2-3)
  • Herbs Can Grow On You! (Pages: 10-11)
  • Accidents Will Happen (Pages: 31-32)
  • Superpets (Pages: 38)
  • Teaser Time (Pages: 48)
  • Superpets (Pages: 49)
  • Fabulous Falabellas! (Pages: 55-56)
  • Room for Improvement (Pages: 62-63)
  • Superpets (Pages: 69)
  • These Legs were Meant for Dancing! (Pages: 77-78)
  • Jim Fixed It! (Pages: 88-89)
  • It’s a Knock-Out! (Pages: 100-101)
  • Teaser Time (Pages: 112)
  • Spring Poem (Pages: 126-127)

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