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Jane Green’s Schooldays / Jane Green – Second Former

Plot:

Jane Green attends Hill Grange school and has a mysterious benefactor helping her out. Further adventures of Jane and her friends appeared in sequels with the title; Jane Green – Second Former.

Jane Green’s Schooldays

Notes:

  • Artist: Tony Coleman

Appeared:

  • Jane Green’s Schooldays –  Debbie:  #01 (17 February 1973) – 18 (16 June 1973)
  • Jane Green – Second Former – Debbie: #19 (23 June 1973) – #49 (19 January 1974)
  • Jane Green – Second Former – Debbie: #53 (16 February 1974) – #57 (16 March 1974)
  • Jane Green – Second Former – Debbie: #67 (25 May 1974) – #72 (29 June 1974)
  • Jane Green – Second Former  – Debbie: #73 (06 July 1974) – #84 (21 September 1974)
  • Jane Green – Second Former – Debbie: #85 (28 September 1974) – #94 (30 November 1974)
  • Jane Green – Second Former – Debbie: #98 (28 December 1974) – #108 (08 March 1975).

Bunty Annual 1976

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Picture Stories

  • Freda’s in Fashion (Pages: 6-10) [Artist: George Martin]
  • Long Live the Purple Emperor! (Pages: 12-16) [Artist: Dudley Wynne]
  • The Four Marys (Pages: 17-22) [Artist: James Walker]
  • Mighty Mo (Pages: 23-24)
  • Watson the Wonder Dog (Pages: 28-32) [Artist E C Julien]
  • Horse-Shy Shona (Pages: 38-41) [Artist: Andy Tew]
  • Abby-Jo Hill Billy a-go-go! (Pages: 44-48) [Artist: Robert MacGillivray]
  • Patty’s “Grew-Some” Plant (Pages: 49-53) [Artist: George Martin]
  • Miss Merlin (Pages: 54-55)
  • The Strange One (Pages: 59-63) [Artist: Carlos Laffond]
  • Toots (Pages: 64)
  • The Broomstick Brigade (Pages: 67-72) [Artist: Peter Kay]
  • Think Thin Thelma (Pages: 73-76)
  • Quackers (Pages: 77-80) [Artist: A E Allen]
  • The Hee-Haw Hero (Pages: 81-85) [Artist: Mike White]
  • Stella the Star Gazer (Pages: 88-90) [Artist Tony Coleman?]
  • There’s Magic in Her Needles! (Pages: 91-93)
  • The Face That Did Not Fit- a Lorna Drake story (Pages: 97-108) [Artist: Roy Newby]
  • The Cheddar Mob (Pages: 109-112)
  • Sally’s Big Chance (Pages: 116-119)
  • Hairway to the Stars (Pages: 120-123) [Artist: Hugh Thornton-Jones]

Text Stories

  • Our Teacher’s Bats! She’s Nuts on Gnats! (Pages: 25-27)
  • Who Stole Cinder’s Slippers? (Pages: 56-58)
  • Little Miss Nobody (Pages: 94-96)

Features

  • Dogs (Pages: 2-3, 126-127)
  • The Cullinan Diamond (Pages: 11)
  • Bunty’s Cut-Out Wardrobe (Pages: 33)
  • The Changing Face of Fashion (Pages: 34-37) [Artist Mari L’Anson]
  • A Trusted Friend (Pages: 42-43)
  • Winged Wonders From Wales (Pages: 65-66)
  • All The Fun of the Fair (Pages: 86-87)
  • The Orloff Diamond (Pages: 113)
  • Watch the Birdies! (Pages: 114-115)
  • The Kingfisher (Pages: 124-125)

A Piano for Prudence

Plot

In the year 1880, Prudence Proctor and her brother Philip, who were orphans, became homeless after the death of their guardian. An uncle and his wife, Sir Bertram and Lady Sylvia Thornber, offered them a home. Prudence hoped for a musical career, but at Thornber Hall, they were forced to work as servants. Prudence was ordered to travel to London with a violinist, Professor Florenzo. as his accompanist on a tour of the Music Halls. Prudence was very worried about Philip, who had been sent to work with a bullying shepherd.

Notes

  • Art: Tony Coleman (unconfirmed)

Appeared

  • A Piano for Prudence – Mandy: #372 (2 March 1974) – #383 (18 May 1974)