*Younger Readers’ Comics: Tons of fun for the pre-school set this week! Bobo Bunny is restocked from his second issue, and a further twenty copies take him through 1969 to the beginning of 1970, accompanied by his Funny Family and co-stars such as ‘Pinkie Puff’ and ‘Uncle Bungle and Little Clever Dick’. Our new stock of Jack and Jill spans the years from 1957 to 1970, with the eponymous twins of Buttercup Farm joined at various times by Harold Hare, Freddie Frog, Jolly Jingles and a plethora of playmates. We have a handful each of companion papers Pippin and Playland – just enough for seasoning – with the the Pogles, Tingha and Tucker, Sooty, Andy Panda, Trumpton et al, and we close with a substantial amount of Playhour from 1968 to 1970, including the first Playhour/Robin merger issue in ’69. Playhour sported the ultimate in TV star power with cover-feature “The Magic Roundabout”, but also co-starred Crackerjack hosts Peter Glaze and Leslie Crowther in their own comic-strip adventures, and Rolf Harris and his little Coojeebear. About which, probably, the less said the better.