Tag Archives: Susannah Fishbourne

Bunty Annual 2008

Picture Stories

  • Lavender Girl [three parts] (Pages: 20-25, 39-43, 67-71) [Artist: Eduardo Feito]
  • Bea-Witched! (Pages: 29-34) [Artist: Wilf Street]
    • Reprinted from Bunty Annual 1992
  • Surprise! (Pages: 52-54) [Artist: Ian Kennedy]
    • Reprinted from Mandy Annual 1997 “Pony Surprise”
  • Dream On! (Pages: 57-62) [Artist: Ron Lumsden]
    • Reprinted from Mandy Annual 1997 “Dreams”
  • The Four Marys (Pages: 78-83) [Artist: Jim Eldridge]
    • Reprinted from Bunty Annual 1995

Text Stories

  • The Rainbow (Pages: 50-51) [Artist: Susanna Fishbourne]
  • The Art Prize (Pages: 74-75) [Artist: Susanna Fishbourne]

Photo Stories

  • Oh Brother! (Pages: 7-13)
    • Rewritten from Picture Story in Judy Annual 1993 “New Year’s Resolution”
  • Wrong Number! (Pages: 46-49)
    • Reprinted with adjustments from Mandy Annual 1999 “Time to Talk”
  • Blind Date (Pages: 87-93)


  • Chill Out! (Pages: 2-3)
  • 2008 (Page 4)
  • The Comp – Seasonal Puzzles (Pages: 14-15) [Artist: Peter Wilkes]
  • Are You a Fabby Friend? (Page 16)
  • Their Favourite Things! (Pages: 17-19)
  • Leader of the Pack! (Pages: 26-27)
  • Famous Facts! (Page 28)
  • Lookin’ Good! (Pages: 35-37)
  • Bonnie Poster (Page 38)
  • What’s the Job for You? (Pages: 44-45)
  • Fun! Fun! Fun! (Page 55)
  • Find the Ladies! (Page 56)
  • Cute! (Page 63)
  • The Magic Garden (Pages: 64-65)
  • How Vain are You? (Page 66)
  • Curtain Up! (Pages: 72-73)
  • The Twelve Days BEFORE Christmas (Pages: 76-77)
  • Their Favourite Fun! (Pages: 84-85)
  • Best Friends! (Page 86)
  • Cuddle Up! (Pages: 94-95)

* Thanks to Goof for information and picture

Bunty Annual 2003

Picture Stories

  • The Comp (Pages: 11-17) [Artist: Peter Wilkes]
  • The Four Marys (Pages: 21-26) [Artist: Jim Eldridge]
    • Reprinted from Bunty Annual 1993, with new artwork
  • Acting Up! (Pages: 36-44) [Artist: Eduardo Feito]
    • Reprinted from Judy 1992 Annual “Who’s Spoiling Things for Lucy?”, with new artwork
  • Girl Zone (Pages: 50, 118) [Artist: Andy Tew]
  • All Change! (Pages: 58-63) [Artist: Ron Lumsden]
    • Reprinted from Bunty Annual 1994 “Mum for a Week”
  • School’s Out! (Pages: 75-82) [Artist: Eduardo Feito]
    • Reprinted from Judy Annual 1992 “Candy’s Crowd”
  • Sisters of Sadness (Pages: 97-104) [Artist: “B Jackson”]
    • Reprinted from Bunty Annual 1993
  • The Four Marys (Pages: 111-116) [Artist: Jim Eldridge]
  • The Comp (Pages: 120-125) [Artist: Peter Wilkes]

Text Stories

  • Rosie & Co (Pages: 30-31)
  • It Happened to Me… (Page 93)

Photo Stories

  • Big Brother (Pages: 5-9)
  • A Very Special Christmas (Pages: 65-69)
  • Spooked! (Pages: 86-89)


  • Are You a Party Queen? (Pages: 2-3) [Artist: Susanna Fishbourne]
  • What’s In? (Page 4)
  • Animal Poster (Pages: 10, 33, 51, 74, 96, 119)
  • . Make.. Make.. (Pages: 18-19)
  • Switched On! (Page 20)
  • Pssst! (Pages: 27, 56, 105)
  • Under Cover! (Pages: 28-19)
  • It’s in the STARS! (Pages: 32, 64, 92, 117)
  • 25 Cool Christmas Things (Pages: 34-35)
  • Wild! (Pages: 45-47)
  • Wild! Puzzles (Pages: 48-49)
  • Cartoon Crazy (Pages: 52-55)
  • Go Glitter! (Page 57)
  • Meet the Cast! (Pages: 70-71)
  • Smart Art! (Page 72)
  • Big Crimbo Wordsearch (Page 73)
  • Fun or Festive? (Page 83)
  • It’s Great being a Girl! (Pages: 84-85)
  • Christmas Crackers! (Pages: 90-91)
  • Sleepover Challenge! (Pages: 94-95)
  • Behind the Scenes at Hospital Radio (Pages: 106-107)
  • Munch! (Pages: 108-109)
  • Puzzle Answers (Page 110)
  • Bath Time Baby? (Pages: 126-127) [Artist: Susanna Fishbourne]

* Thanks to Goof for information and picture

Mandy Annual 2004

Picture Stories

  • Penny’s Place (Pages: 5-10, 65-69) [Art: Peter Wilkes]
  • Angel (Pages: 27-32) [Art: Dudley Wynne]
    • Reprinted from Mandy Annual 1994*
  • Lost in the Mist (Pages: 36-38) [Art: J. Badesa]
  • Lonely! (Pages: 57-62) [Art: Eduardo Feito]
  • The Lucky Locket (Pages: 85-93) [Art: Guy Peeters]
    • Reprinted from Mandy Annual 1992
  • Perfect! (Pages: 113-118) [Art: Veronica Weir]
    • Reprinted from Mandy Annual 1994 (The Perfect Pony)

*Note: Angel is reprinted from Mandy Annual 1994 which was a 3 part story, the 1st part is reprinted here and next 2 parts are reprinted in the 2005 & 2006 annuals respectively.

Text Stories

  • The Christmas Box (Pages: 24-25) [Art: Susannah Fishbourne]
  • Bullies! – a reader’s story (Pages: 52)
  • The Nail Party (Pages: 94-95) [Art: Susannah Fishbourne]

Photo Stories

  • Let’s Pretend! (Pages: 15-19)
    • Remake of Practice Makes Perfect from Judy Annual 1993 (with alterations)
  • Beauty and the Beast (Pages: 44-49)
  • The Borrower (Pages: 97-105)
    • Remake of Never a Borrower from Debbie Annual 1983 (with alterations)
  • I Spy! (Pages: 120-125)
    • Remake of  Girls Who Wear Glasses… from Judy Annual 1990 (with alterations)


  • Eyes Down! (Pages: 11)
  • In Colour! (Pages: 12-13)
  • Are You Starry-Eyed? (Pages: 14)
  • Let’s Visit…France (Pages: 20-21) [Art: Susannah Fishbourne]
  • Its Christmas (Pages: 22-23)
  • Koala Poster (Pages: 26)
  • Cat Deeley Poster (Pages: 33)
  • Pressies for Pets (Pages: 34-35)
  • Brown Bears (Pages: 39)
  • In Colour! (Pages: 40-41)
  • Let’s Visit…Switzerland (Pages: 42-43) [Art: Susannah Fishbourne]
  • Happy Families? (Pages: 50-51)
  • Giraffes (Pages: 53)
  • Meet the Girls From Byker Grove (Pages: 54-56)
  • Are You a Perfect Star? (Pages: 63)
  • Lion Cub Poster (Pages: 64)
  • Games for a Laugh! (Pages: 70-71)
  • Let’s Visit…Spain (Pages: 72-73) [Art: Susannah Fishbourne]
  • Kangaroos (Pages: 74)
  • Class Act! (Pages: 75-77)
  • Work it Out! (Pages: 78-79)
  • Lost for Words? (Pages: 80-81)
  • In Colour! (Pages: 82-83)
  • Seal (Pages: 84)
  • Who’s Your Perfect Pal? (Pages: 96)
  • In Colour! (Pages: 106-107)
  • Your Year! (Pages: 108)
  • Puzzled? (Pages: 109)
  • Let’s Visit…The British Isles (Pages: 110-111) [Art: Susannah Fishbourne]
  • Liberty X Poster (Pages: 112)
  • Puzzle Answers (Pages: 119)

(Click on thumbnails for bigger pictures)

Bunty Annual 2005

Picture Stories

  • The Comp (pp. 15–19, 53–57, 77–81, 116–121) [Artist Peter Wilkes]
  • The Four Marys (pp. 34–39, 94–99) [Artist Jim Eldridge]
  • Lucinda’s Lesson aka Lady Mischief (pp. 63–71) [Artist Dudley Wynne]
  • “It’s Not Fair!” aka Holly’s Holiday (pp. 87–91) [Artist Ron Lumsden]
  • Perfect! (pp. 105–110) [Artist Nigel Parkinson]

Text Stories

  • The Haircut (pp. 42–43) [Artist Susannah Fishbourne]
  • The School Fete (pp. 102–103) [Susannah Fishbourne]

 Photo Stories

  • Once upon a Time… (pp. 5–9)
  • Quiz Time! (pp. 27–31)
  • Time Out! (pp. 45–49)
  • Once upon another Time… (pp. 121–125)


  • Shape Up! (pp. 2–3) Quiz
  • Oh, Baby! (pp. 10–11)
  • Makeover Magic! (pp. 12–13, 82–83, 100–101)
  • Spring (p. 14)
  • What’s Your Ideal Pet? (pp. 20–21) Quiz
  • Time to Tidy? (pp. 22–23)
  • Did You Know? (pp. 24–25, 60–61, 84–85)
  • Fruit Pickin’ (p. 26)
  • Season’s Greetings! (pp. 32–33)
  • Perfect Pals! (pp. 40–41)
  • Summer (p. 44)
  • Glitterama! (pp. 50–51)
  • Party Time! (p. 52)
  • You Say… (pp. 58–59)
  • Cross Eyed! (p. 62)
  • Charlie Busted (p. 72)
  • It’s a Wrap! (p. 73–75)
  • Are You a Crimbo Cracker? (p. 76) Quiz
  • Autumn (p. 86)
  • Parent Power! (pp. 92–93)
  • Winter (p. 104)
  • Festive Fun! (pp. 111–113)
  • You Say… (pp. 114–115)
  • Cool Colours! (pp. 126–127) Quiz


Note: “Lucinda’s Lesson” is reprinted from Bunty annual 1993. In the original print, its title was “Lady Mischief” and Lucinda Rice was named Gwendoline Parker-Rice.

Updated to add: “It’s Not Fair!” originally appeared in Bunty annual 1994 as “Holly’s Holiday”. In the reprint, the heroine has a new hairstyle.

Bunty 2009

bunty 2009This is the last Bunty annual, not including any ‘best of Bunty’ books that came out after it.  At a mere 80 pages including covers already it’s at a disadvantage for being 48 pages less than the older annuals. The cover shows a clear change in how they market the book. A cover girl appears but is mostly overwhelmed by flashy banners advertising whats inside and celebrity pictures.  Of course when this annual came out, the weekly issues had stopped for many years, so it may be understandable they are trying different methods to entice readers in with. Inside the annual, there is a table of contents, there are only 8 stories altogether; 4 picture stories, 2 text stories and 2 photo stories, the book is more feature heavy with 22 features. Some of the features  are factual articles, quizzes, posters and puzzle pages. The whole annual is full colour. (For just a list of contents click here)

Picture Stories

The Comp       (Pages: 19-25)

Art: Peter Wilkes

There are a lot of reprints in this annual, but this story I can’t confirm is a reprint,  it has some more up to date (for the time) references, like mention of the  X-Factor tv show, but it may have just updated the dialogue. At Redvale Comp there is going to be a concert for an end of term fund raiser. Laura, Roz,  Hayley and Becca are trying to think of an act for the concert and decide they will perform as  a tribute band – the Spice Girls, as they were when they started. They need a fifth person, they ask Nikki but she says her and Claire are more comfortable handling backstage stuff. Freddy volunteers to be Scary Spice. Stancee, Roz’s stepsister directs the group. They plan to mime and dance, but then the auditions take place and don’t allow any props. They try their best and luckily their routine and explanation means they barely make it, despite the bad singing. On the night of the concert in their costumes they are the hit of the concert, even if Jayne the Payne and Margaret aren’t impressed. The story is fine, nice to see the Comp gang again, although it may seem familiar to me because I think it was quite common for The Comp annual stories to revolve around some sort of concert!


Strictly Dancing!      (Pages: 33-38)

Art: Andy Tew

This was first printed in the 1995 annual under a different name – The Perfect Partner. The story has also had a colour update. now in full-colour rather than the orange/black/white it was before. There are some other changes-  like the lettering is different, there are some alterations to the dialogue (mainly to reiterate the title strictly dancing) and the main characters names are changed. Danielle has her name shortened to Danni and Mark  becomes Nat.

The story itself has Nat and Danni as friends and dance partners. It isn’t until someone points out that they would make a great couple that Danni realises her feelings for Nat aren’t platonic. Unfortunately at the same time Nat gets a girlfriend, Zoe. When Zoe comes to watch their dance practices, Danni can’t concentrate and decides to dance solo for a while. Nat misses Danni though and he realizes he also has feelings for her so the resume their partnership and start dating. The colour update is fine, it doesn’t overwhelm the original drawing, so it works well. The forced extra dialogue can be a bit much though “We’re strictly dancing partners”  “It’s strictly dancing to him. Nothing more”.  Still the story holds up well enough and clearly isn’t outdated that it still works 14 years later.



The Four Marys      (Pages: 45-49)

Art: Jim Eldridge

This first appeared in the 1999 annual. The story is set at Christmas with the opening splash page of the girls and their class caroling around a Christmas tree. Later at a shop the other Marys tell Cotty that she is going to need to brush up on her French when she wins the Chrismas Card Art Competition, the prize of which is a trip to Disneyland Paris. Cotty modest as ever says others could win including Carol, a kind girl whose parents have fallen on hard times. Cotty notices that  Carol gives a little boy some extra money so he can afford to buy a present and get the bus home. Later at school the paintings for the competition are hanging. Everyone is agreeing Cotty’s is the best, but she no longer wants to win and would rather Carol did. Cotty looks at Carol’s knows how it could be improved. That night she makes some changes to both pictures adding a little extra to Carol’s picture and making hers a little duller. The next day Carol wins the competition.

Bunty_2009_4 marys

It is a nice gesture by Cotty but it does seem to diminish Carol’s abilities a bit.  Because of course no one could actually be better than Cotty! Not only does she have to make her own picture look less good she also has to improve Carol’s picture. Also while Cotty’s painting of the school is nice, it’s not very Christmassy compared to Carols.

Carly’s Cats!        (Pages: 57 – 63)

Art: John Armstrong

Another reprint taken from the 1995 annual. The lettering and the title style have changed, probably to fit in better with the rest of the book. There are some slight changes to the dialogue and little changes like the closing statement in the last panel was initially just a thought rather than spoken out loud. Also the main cat’s name changes from Griselda to Maisie.

The story is about  a girl Carly that works in a cat sanctuary but the cats home lease is up, so they have to try to find homes for each of the cats or the cats will be put down. She finds homes for a few, though she does run into a few problems like a fashion designer, who just wants an exotic cat, Tang, as a background ornament. Carly takes Tang back explaining cats are pets not ornaments, luckily on the way home  Tang escapes and runs into a man’s home who would love a new cat after his old one died. One of the cats Maisie keeps getting into trouble by exploring a neighbour’s property. This turns out to be a lucky thing when a fire starts and Maisie wakes up the owner. In gratitude, she offers the cat sanctuary to set up in her old outbuildings.

Bunty_2009_Carlys cats

This was one of my favourite stories when I read it first time around in the older annual, and it still as good now, this is in large part due to John Armstrong’s great artwork.

Text Stories

The New Girl      (Pages: 40-41)

Writer: Susan Elizabeth Issacs
Illustrations: Susannah Fishbourne

The text stories and their spot art are actually credited in this book! It is strange that sometimes text stories would be credited but they still didn’t like to print who was responsible for picture stories. Anyway this story is about a girl Lexi that moves to a new town. On her first day she makes friends with the next door neighbour Petra and her cousin, Dawn, that lives close by. Petra is going away on holidays, but Lexi is excited to make plans with Dawn. But then Dawn doesn’t call all week. When she sees her in town she ignores her. Then she literally bumps into her spilling drink on her, Dawn calls her an idiot and walks away. Lexi is upset but surprised when Petra returns and she still wants to be friends. It turns out Dawn’s been in hospital with appendicitis and it was actually Dawn’s sister Claire that Lexi ran into.

Suzy Plays a Trick      (Pages: 68-69)

Writer: Tracy Joy Holroyd
Illustrations: Susannah Fishbourne

I wonder is this the same Tracy J Holroyd that wrote Children’s History of Lancashire and Children’s History of Manchester? Suzy and her friend Amy decide to play a trick on the cast of the play their in. There is a ghost story about a twisted grey ghost appearing on the balcony of the old theatre. During rehearsal Suzy plans to dress up as the ghost, and then Amy will point out the ghost to everyone.  The trick starts off as planned, and at first Suzy is impressed at Amy’s acting skills, but then everyone starts panicking so she rushes down, to calm them. She meets the boys on the stairs they tell her they knew it was her playing a trick what everyone was scared of was the appearance of a ghastly twisted grey figure behind her! Nice little scary story and the spot art shows that Suzy is a person of colour, which is nice to see some bit of diversity as all the other protagonists in the annuals are white.

bunty 2009_suzy trick

Photo Stories

Two’s Company…      (Pages: 7-12)

Bunty 2009 twos companySally has some trouble in her school as she is being teased because her mum is temporary head. One girl, Lori, is the leader of all this and gets some boys to ask Sally about an upcoming dance, getting her hopes up and then walking away. Luckily Sally has her friend Jo to support her, so when she sees Lori’s brother, Al, waiting near her house she tells him she knows about jokes and cuts him off before he can say anything. Jo talks to him though and convinces Sally to listen to him, he’s not like his sister and really likes Sally and wants to go to the dance with him. I’m not a fan of photo stories but i will give it some recognition for making a more interesting, eye catching layout than normal.

Choices!      (Pages: 72-77)

This is the better of the two photo stories. Andrea is training to be top athlete, unfortunately it means she hasn’t a lot of time for her friends. She is excited when she is entered into county trials and wants to tell her best friend Jackie. It turns out Jackie has news too some friends have been challenged to an inter school bowling match, they want Andrea to play but she can’t because its the night before the trials. She is upset when Jackie doesn’t understand. During training her coach can tell somethings wrong, and Jackie tells her, she is torn between friends and athletics. The coach listen but tells her that Andrea has to come to her own decision about whats most important. She decides she wants to see how good an athlete she can be. But while athletics is the dream she wants to pursue she is also more conscious of neglecting her friends and realizes she can do more. Her and Jackie make up and Andrea says she’ll come to the bowling game to cheer them on for a little bit.



This annual is more feature heavy then previous annuals and there is also more focus on celebrities, but there is still room for quizzes, puzzles and crafts. While some of the articles have photos, the features with illustrations are actually credited.

A to Z of Things We Like!      (Pages: 2-3, 78-79)

Illustrations: Susannah Fishbourne

Inside the covers is a bright list of things that the readers may like such as Friends, Kittens, Reading, X-Mas.

Bunty_2009 AtoZ

Starscope      (Page: 4)

A short horoscope – as a Gemini mine was: A text or email might bring big news. Lucky Month: March, Lucky Number: 7 Star Birthday: Johnyy Depp (9th June)

Posters      (Pages: 6, 18, 39, 70)

A poster for every season of the year. These are photos of animals. Spring – Chickens, Summer- kitten, Autumn – Westie and Winter – Penguin. Each animal also has a funny thought or speech bubble.

10 Funky Facts About…      (Pages: 13, 28, 44, 51, 56)

The more celebrity based feature telling us about; Miley Cyrus, the ‘High School’ Guys (Zac Efron, Corbin Bleu, Lucas Grabeel), Ashley Tisdale, Emma Roberts, Dylan and Cole Sprouse


There are several quizzes throughout the annual, 2 involve answering questions and seeing is full under the mostly a, b, c or d category. Those two quizzes are checking how good a friend you are and what starsign your personality matches up with. There is a also a flowchart quiz to determine what type of holidays do you like

  • How Do You Rate as a Mate?      (Pages: 14-15) [Illustrations: Wayne Thompson]
  • Home or Away?      (Page: 50)
  • Are You Really Like Your Star Sign?  (Pages: 54-55) [Illustrations: Wayne Thompson]Bunty_2009_Mate



There are a variety of puzzles, including Take Five! which has word searches on topics like animals, British places, collectibles.  Other puzzles are crosswords, ladder puzzles and spot the difference.

  • Take Five!      (Pages: 16-17, 52-53)
  • Puzzled!      (Pages: 42-43)
  • Snakes ‘n’ Ladders      (Pages: 66-67)

All About….     (Pages: 26-27, 64-65)

Readers share a part of their life, first up is Alex  who likes reading, baking and helps her dad look after bees. The second is about Amelia, who likes acting, swimming and fortune telling.

We Love Elephants!      (Pages: 29-31)

Three pages dedicated to Elephants, which leads into the next feature…

Create Your Very Own Ele-Friend      (Page: 32)

Some arts and crafts with instructions to make paper mache elephant.

Chill Out!      (Page: 71)

Another factual article about animals, in this case – penguins.

Final Thoughts

The content of this annual is actually fine, there is quite a nice variety, but it does suffer in comparison to other annuals by having less pages. It’s funny that The Best of Bunty Annual that came out last year had a few less pages but seems more substantial (of course has to be noted that the target audience is different for that book). For me at least that is probably because it had more space dedicated to stories, 60 pages compared to the 42 pages in this annual. Another thing that I don’t like in this annual is the lettering, it’s most prominent in comparing it to the older stories that were reprinted. It’s less subtle, bigger and bolder and doesn’t always suit the story.  There is a consistency throughout the annual, which can be nice, I was also happy to see some people credited with their work.

Mandy Annual 2007

Picture Stories

  • Rowan Lodge [4 parts] (Pages: 7-12, 52-57, 91-96, 110-115) [Art: Peter Wilkes]
  • Staying Over (Pages: 30-37)
    • Reprint of Living with Lucy from Mandy Annual 1996.
  • Long Distance (Pages: 60-64) [Art: John Armstrong]
    • Reprinted from Judy Annual 1989
  • Sadie’s Summer (Pages: 69-74) [Art: “B Jackson”]
    • Reprinted from Bunty Annual 1998
  • Lucky! (Pages: 81-87) [Art: Juan Velasco]
    • Reprint of Lucky and Lisa from Mandy Annual 1996
  • Timeout! (Pages: 98-102) [Art: John Armstrong]
    • Reprint of Wishing Your Life Away from Judy Annual 1989

Text Stories

  • The Kidnap (Pages: 26-27) [Art: Susannah Fishbourne]
  • It’s Magic! (Pages: 66-67) [Art: Susannah Fishbourne]

Photo Stories

  • Only a Name! (Pages: 17-22)
  • The One For Me! (Pages: 41-47)
    • Reprint of “The Boy For Me!” from Bunty Annual 1998
  • Secret Admirer! (Pages: 120-125)


  • Spring: picture and wordsearch (Pages: 2-3)
  • Poster: Fearne Cotton (Pages: 6)
  • Girls! Girls! Girls! : Room to Talk! (Pages: 13-15)
  • How Superstitious Are You? (Pages: 16)
  • We Love Dolphins! (Pages: 23-25)
  • Summer: picture and wordsearch (Pages: 28-29)
  • A B C (Pages: 38-39)
  • Poster: Girls Aloud (Pages: 40)
  • Dodgy or Divine? (Pages: 48-49)
  • Girls! Girls! Girls! : It’s Fun! (Pages: 50)
  • Focus on… Jennifer1  (Aniston) (Pages: 51)
  • House Proud! (Pages: 58-59)
  • Criss-Cross! (Pages: 65)
  • The Write Way! (Pages: 68)
  • Poster: Konnie Huq (Pages: 75)
  • Girls! Girls! Girls! : Meet Me! (Pages: 76-77)
  • Summer: picture and wordsearch (Pages: 78-79)
  • Ready, Steady, Go! (Pages: 80)
  • Mystic Maggies! (Pages: 88-89)
  • Spot the Differences! (Pages: 90)
  • Poster: Hilary Duff (Pages: 97)
  • True or False? (Pages: 103)
  • Girls! Girls! Girls! : Meet Me! (Pages: 104-105)
  • Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles! (Pages: 106-107)
  • Are You Psychic or Sceptic? (Pages: 108)
  • Focus on… Jennifer2  (Lopez) (Pages: 109)
  • Sleep Tight! (Pages: 116-117)
  • Best Friends! (Pages: 118-119)
  • Winter: picture and wordsearch (Pages: 126-127)