Pat Marlow lived with her widowed father who treated her more like a son. He made her work in his garage and wear boyish clothes. The only time that Pat could enjoy herself was on visits to her grandmother when she could bake, sew and dress up in secret. But then her gran died. Her grandmother’s things were to be auctioned off but Pat couldn’t bear to part with an old doll, Clara.
- Pat’s Problem – Judy: #656 (5 August 1972) – #662 (16 September 1972)
- Reprinted – Judy: #1248 (10 December 1983) – #1254 (21 January 1984)