- Hide and Seek with a Ghost! Gypsy Rose story (artist Maria Barrera)
- Sue’s Fantastic Fun-Bag! (artist Hugh Thornton-Jones)
- Sceptre of the Toltecs (artist Emilia Prieto)
- Made-Up Mandy (artist Audrey Fawley)
- Freda, False Friend (artist Phil Gascoine)
- The Big Cat (Ana Rodriguez)
- The Mystery of Martine (artist Trini Tinturé)
- Is This Your Story? (artist Jim Baikie)
- Mark of the Witch! (artist Phil Townsend)
Hide and seek with a ghost? Now how on earth can you do that? It would not be surprising if readers open the issue immediately to find out. And the story is on the first page, so they would be able to read it immediately.
In the other story profiled on the cover, Emma has finally had enough of all the persecution from the villagers who brand her a witch and an outcast. Her efforts to prove herself have got nowhere and now she going to strike back by becoming what they always say she is. Well, they asked for it. But where is it going to end?
The Mystery of Martine is now on its penultimate episode. Tessa has run out of moves to help Martine, and whatever is possessing Martine is now taking her to its ultimate conclusion – burning down the house she failed to get back from the woman she harassed. Something has to happen fast!
The cover says the issue is meant to be the Valentine’s Day issue. Sue’s Fantastic Fun-Bag does the honours with a sniffy teacher who confiscates “trashy Valentine cards”. Henrietta soon gets to work on her, of course. But where it ends up surprises even Henrietta, and it all ends happily and appropriately for Valentine’s Day.
In “Made-Up Mandy”, Mandy turns Balinese dancer to help a friend. It turns out that she is no Balinese dancer, but she wins plaudits for thinking on her feet. Her next disguise swings the pendulum to the other extreme – a “stiff and starchy governess”.