Julie Dawson, helps an old woman and in return is given a magic ring. This ring allows her to talk to animals.
- Artist: Charles Grigg
- The Ring That Winks – Judy: #01 (16 January 1960) – #32 (20 August 1960)
Because of her grandmother’s ring, which had special powers, Rowena Lee, a gipsy girl, could control animals. While her father was in hospital. Rowena attended school but was not made welcome.
Orphan Vicky Mason left England in the year 1894, and went to join her far-travelled elder brother in the Yukon territory of Northern Canada. The Klondike gold rush was at its height, when Vicky disembarked at the port of Skagway, in Alaska.Vicky discovers her brother is missing and during her search for him, she is given a violin with very strange powers by an old prospector.
Lucy Barr lives in a seaside town called Moresby. One day she finds a strange stone on the beach. It seems to bring her good luck, and other stones like it, that turn up mysteriously convince her of their power— even though it brings people close to her BAD luck!
In the year 1842 – orphans, Mary Harvey and Sally Johnson were sold to an unscrupulous showman, Seth Morgan. Morgan had in his possession a strange statuette of crimson cat. This cat had strange powers and under it’s influence the girls performed a fearless balancing act.
Katie Bell and her Aunt Nell help out a gipsy woman, who tells them as a reward she can grant them one wish but it must be the same thing and they have to wish for it at the same time. Neither of them believe in spells but later in the evening they wish for each others lives during an argument. So this means boisterous Katie and prim Aunt Nell end up switching places at times.
Katie Bell returns in more weird adventures when she gets a Woolly (a jacket) that gets supercharged with static making it magnetic. Sometimes she can work this to her advantage but not always!