Cover artist: John Richardson
Bella (artist John Armstrong)
Temper, Temper Tina! (artist Giorgio Giorgetti) – final episode
Sarita in Uniform (artist Diane Gabbot(t))
The Fire’s Warning (artist Tony Highmore) – Guy Fawkes Strange Story
Bessie Bunter (artist Arthur Martin)
Molly Mills and the School for Servants – first episode (artist Douglas Perry, Maureen Spurgeon)
Wee Sue (artist Robert MacGillivray)
My Terrible Twin (artist Juliana Buch)
Edie the Ed’s Niece (artist Joe Collins)
Guitar Girl (artist Angeles Felices) – final episode
Spring To It! – Edie’s Hobbyhorse
We now come to the Tammy Guy Fawkes issue for 1979. This was the last Guy Fawkes cover for the Cover Girls. This time the following year, they were gone.
Inside, Bessie, Wee Sue, Edie, the Strange Story and the Tammy Talk page all honour the 5th of November. Even the last episode of Guitar Girl does the same, but in a more frightening way. The spiteful Sabrina tries to burn Jacey’s guitar on the bonfire climaxing the birthday party they are both entertaining at. Jacey nearly gets herself burned alive clambering the bonfire to retrieve it!
Tina’s story ends, with her learning that trying to conceal her family (in a derelict house?!) was a very foolish, misguided way to keep them from being split up when her mother fell ill, and her actions were only bringing her troubles on herself. Once everyone helps her to handle the problem the right way, everything is far better for her, including the temper that has been her bane since the beginning of the story.
Sarita in Uniform is evidently nearing its end, for her secret is out! What’s going to happen now? Meanwhile, Bella dodges another close shave in keeping her own secret safe, but here comes another threat to it – blackmail!
Molly Mills starts a new story, “The School for Servants”. What school for servants? So far we haven’t see any school for servants, just some new guests at Stanton Hall – but Molly suspects there’s something odd about them.
Just when Moira and Lindy have sorted out their misunderstanding, along comes another one – Moira thinks Lindy’s tricked her into a lousy kitchen job on the ship. Oh dear, here we go again – one very angry Moira out to make trouble for Lindy! Is Moira going to be “My Terrible Twin” for Lindy with all these misunderstandings right up until the final episode? It could well be the case.