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The following is a list of Little Miss characters from the children's book series by Roger Hargreaves; the series was also adapted into The Mr. Men Show. Books one (Little Miss Bossy) to thirty (Little Miss Somersault) were written by Hargreaves and the remainder by his son, Adam Hargreaves.

Little Miss All-goes-Well[edit]

Little Miss All-goes-Well is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss All-Goes-Well has a perfect life. This is one of the nine Little Miss titles which were not published in English.

Little Miss All-goes-well has also been published under the alternative titles Madame Tout-Va-Bien (French), Η Κυρία Αισιόδοξη (Greek).
Colour: Yellow/Light Brown

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Little Miss Bad[edit]

Little Miss Bad
Illustrator Adam Hargreaves
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series Mr. Men
Genre Children's literature
Publication date
April 3, 2003
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5853-7
OCLC 51438336
Preceded by Little Miss Scary
Followed by Little Miss Whoops

Little Miss Bad is the 32nd book in the Little Miss series. She is a naughty and mischievous girl. Little Miss Bad has a round body and is fuchsia in color. She has a round blue nose and a mischievous grin. Little Miss Bad also sports short black pigtails tied with purple bows.

Little Miss Bad appears with the title Madame Farceuse in French. Colour: Hot Pink

Little Miss Birthday[edit]

Little Miss Birthday is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss Birthday loves birthdays just like her brother, Mr. Birthday. Little Miss Birthday has also been published under the alternative title of Madame Anniversaire (French).

Little Miss Bossy[edit]

Little Miss Bossy
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-85985-182-4
Followed by Little Miss Naughty

Little Miss Bossy is the 1st book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Bossy is very bossy (hence her name) and she is as rude as Mr. Uppity, so she is given a pair of boots which have a mind of their own; they don't listen to her, because she is too bossy.

She appeared in The Mr. Men Show season two; her hat is positioned differently and her flower has no stem, so it is attached to the side of her hat instead. She has eyelashes like Little Miss Daredevil; her voice actresses are Alex Kelly (UK) and Sophie Roberts (US).

Little Miss Bossy appears under the titles Madame Autoritaire (French), Doña Mandona (Spanish), Η Κυρία Αυταρχική (Greek), 霸道小姐 (Taiwan), 우쭐양 (Korean) and Menina Mandona (Portuguese).

Little Miss Brainy[edit]

Little Miss Brainy
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
January 14, 1990
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5249-8
Preceded by Little Miss Tidy
Followed by Little Miss Stubborn

Little Miss Brainy is the 26th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Brainy always has something smart to say. Little Miss Brainy appears under the titles Madame Je-sais-tout (French), 똑똑양 (Korean), Η Κυρία Σοφή (Greek).

Little Miss Brilliant[edit]

Little Miss Brilliant is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss Brilliant is very intelligent. Little Miss Brilliant has also been published under the alternative title of Madame Géniale (French).

Little Miss Busy[edit]

Little Miss Busy
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
January 14, 1990
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5243-6
Preceded by Little Miss Contrary
Followed by Little Miss Quick

Little Miss Busy is the 22nd book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Busy is a hyperactive Miss; she always has something to do. Little Miss Busy appears under the titles Madame Boulot (French), Η Κυρία Εργατική (Greek), 忙碌小姐 (Taiwan).

Little Miss Busy-Body[edit]

Little Miss Busy-Body is part of the Little Miss series. It has also been published under the alternative titles of Madame Casse-Pieds (French), Η Κυρία Ενοχλητική (Greek).

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Little Miss Calamity[edit]

Little Miss Calamity
Portrayed by Prudence Alcott (U.S.)
Aline Mowat (UK)

Little Miss Calamity is a Little Miss character created exclusively for the first series of The Mr. Men Show. Little Miss Calamity is almost always in trouble. Usually the trouble starts with some normal activity, which invariably goes terribly wrong. Her catchphrase is "What a calamity!"

In the US and UK versions she is voiced by Prudence Alcott and Aline Mowat, respectively. In the French version she is called Madame Calamité, and in the Portuguese version Menina Calamidade.

Little Miss Careful[edit]

Little Miss Careful is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss Careful is always cautious, and looks before she leaps. Little Miss Careful has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Prudente (French), Η Κυρία προσεκτική (Greek).

Little Miss Chatterbox[edit]

Little Miss Chatterbox
Cover of Little Miss Chatterbox
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
January 10, 1984
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5238-2
Preceded by Little Miss Twins
Followed by Little Miss Dotty

Little Miss Chatterbox is the 16th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Chatterbox talks a lot, just like her brother, Mr. Chatterbox. Little Miss Chatterbox is a character in the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show. She keeps her looks and, as usual, she never shuts up. She annoys Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Stubborn and Mr. Rude with her talking. Her house is on top of a hill, and shaped like a telephone. In the US and UK versions, she is voiced by Katie Leigh and Teresa Gallagher respectively. Little Miss Chatterbox appears under the titles Madame Bavarde (French), Doña Charlatana (Spanish), Unsere Polly Plaudertasche (German), Mevrouwtje Kletskous (Dutch), 嘮叨小姐 (Taiwan), 수다양 (Korean), Η Κυρία Φλύαρη (Greek), "גברת מדברת" (Hebrew) and Menina Tagarela (Portuguese).

Little Miss Christmas[edit]

Little Miss Christmas is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss Christmas loves Christmas, like her brother. Little Miss Christmas has also been published under the alternative title of Madame Noël (French).

Little Miss Contrary[edit]

Little Miss Contrary
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
February 10, 1984
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5253-5
Preceded by Little Miss Fickle
Followed by Little Miss Busy

Little Miss Contrary is the 21st book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Contrary always says the opposite of what she really means. She lives in Muddleland. Little Miss Contrary appears under the titles Madame Contraire (French), 相反小姐 (Taiwan) and Η Κυρία Αντίθετη (Greek).

Little Miss Curious[edit]

Little Miss Curious
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1990
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5251-1
Preceded by Little Miss Stubborn
Followed by Little Miss Fun

Little Miss Curious is the 28th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Curious wants to know everything. In the second season of The Mr. Men Show, Little Miss Curious kept her looks (except for her yellow nose and freckles). Her bow resembles Little Miss Whoops' (except it is blue) and her shape is changed from oval to square. Her voice actresses are Sophie Roberts and Claire Morgan ("Trees" only). Little Miss Curious is published under the alternative titles of Madame Pourquoi (French), Η Κυρία Περίεργη (Greek), 好奇小姐 (Taiwan) and 호기심양 (Korean).

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Little Miss Daredevil[edit]

Little Miss Daredevil
Portrayed by Katie Leigh (U.S.)
Teresa Gallagher (UK)

Little Miss Daredevil is a new Little Miss, created for The Mr. Men Show. Little Miss Daredevil loves to go to extremes (and until Little Miss Bossy was added in season two, was unique in being the first Little Miss with eyelashes). She loves fast cars, boats, bicycles and rockets; she even owns a collection of airplanes. On the comical side, her antics end up harming Mr. Quiet (and Miss Calamity once) in some way, and he is almost always the guinea pig for her experiments. In the episode "Game Shows", Little Miss Daredevil had her own game show called I Dare You!; in "Gifts", we saw her orange hair when she came out of the hairdressers'; then she put her helmet back on and flew off.

In the US and UK versions, she is voiced by Katie Leigh and Teresa Gallagher respectively. In the French version she is called Madame Supersonique, and in the Portuguese version Menina Destemida.

Little Miss Dotty[edit]

Little Miss Dotty
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1984
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5239-9
Preceded by Little Miss Chatterbox
Followed by Little Miss Lucky

Little Miss Dotty is the 17th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Dotty is just plain dotty. She lives in Nonsenseland (where Mr. Silly and Mr. Nonsense live), and has some pretty dotty ideas of her own.

Little Miss Dotty is published under the alternative titles of Little Miss Ditzy (US), Madame Follette (French), 雀斑小姐 (Taiwan) and Η Κυρία Παλαβούλα (Greek).

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Little Miss Fickle[edit]

Little Miss Fickle
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1984
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5248-1
Preceded by Little Miss Star
Followed by Little Miss Contrary

Little Miss Fickle is the 20th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Fickle always has trouble making up her mind.

Little Miss Fickle has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Indécise (French), Unsere Ute Unentschieden (German), Juffertje Twijfel (Dutch), 善變小姐 (Taiwan), 변덕양 (Korean) and Η Κυρία Αναποφάσιστη (Greek).

Little Miss Fun[edit]

Little Miss Fun
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1990
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5252-8
Preceded by Little Miss Curious
Followed by Little Miss Somersault

Little Miss Fun is the 29th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Fun loves to have fun all day, every day. Little Miss Fun has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Boute-en-train (French), Mevrouwtje Pret (Dutch) and Η Κυρία Ξένοιαστη (Greek).

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Little Miss Giggles[edit]

Little Miss Giggles
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1984
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5231-3
Preceded by Little Miss Greedy
Followed by Little Miss Twins

Little Miss Giggles is the 14th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Giggles is blue with freckles, a yellow nose, red hair and yellow barrettes. Little Miss Giggles can't stop giggling; she giggles so much that she makes everyone else giggle too. Little Miss Giggles seems to have a connection with Mr. Funny and Mr. Happy. Once during her daily walk she loses her giggle; she meets Mr. Happy, and they go to Dr. Makeyouwell. To solve the problem, Mr. Happy gives Little Miss Giggles a "giggle".

She appeared in The Mr. Men Show in season two; she was voiced by Reba West in the US version and Claire Morgan in the UK. She looked exactly as she did in the books (except for being a darker shade of blue), and sometimes her giggling got out of control.

Little Miss Giggles has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Risette (French), Unsere Inge Immerfroh (German), Mevrouwtje Giechel (Dutch), 笑嘻嘻小姐 (Taiwan), 웃음양 (Korean), Η Κυρία Χαχανούλα (Greek) and Menina Risonha (Portuguese).

Little Miss Greedy[edit]

Little Miss Greedy
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5247-4
Preceded by Little Miss Scatterbrain
Followed by Little Miss Giggles

Little Miss Greedy is the 13th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Greedy has the same appetite as her cousin, and has a really large breakfast.

Little Miss Greedy was originally published under the title of Little Miss Plump; following Hargreaves' death, the name was changed. Perhaps, it was due to fears that "plump" was too offensive. Part of the story was also altered.

Little Miss Greedy has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Dodue (French), Doña Rechoncha (Spanish), 胖嘟嘟小姐 (Taiwan), Η Κυρία Φαγανούλα (Greek) and Rosi Rundlich (German).

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Little Miss Hug (2014) A new character to be launched in 2014

Little Miss Helpful[edit]

Little Miss Helpful
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5232-0
Preceded by Little Miss Trouble
Followed by Little Miss Magic

Little Miss Helpful is the 7th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Helpful tries to help everyone, but ends up making everything worse. She tries to tie Mr. Tall's shoelaces, and ends up tying both shoes together. Then she tries to help Mr. Happy when he is sick by getting the cleaning supplies, but her head gets stuck in the bucket and she is trapped in the refrigerator. Mr. Happy tries to pull the bucket off Miss Helpful's head, only to have her go flying into the lake.

In the 2008 TV series, The Mr. Men Show, Little Miss Helpful had a makeover. She kept her personality, color and shape; however, the pigtails replaced her mini-buns, she had green bows on her newly red hair and wore a green fanny pack. Her shoes were changed (similar to Miss Chatterbox's, but green), and her nose changed from yellow to pink. Her catchphrase was, "Just trying to be helpful!" Unlike her print character she actually gives helpful information, but it is sometimes misleading or told at the wrong time. Little Miss Helpful speaks with a Southern accent. In the US and UK versions, she is voiced by Katie Leigh, Jo Wyatt (season one) and Emma Tate (season two).

Little Miss Helpful has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Catastrophe (French), Doña Servicial (Spanish), Unsere Hille Hilfsbereit (German), Η Κυρία Εξυπηρετική (Greek), 도움양 (Korean), 熱心小姐 (Taiwan) and Menina Prestável (Portuguese).

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Little Miss Jealous[edit]

Little Miss Jealous is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss Jealous is jealous of everything and everyone.

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Little Miss Late[edit]

Little Miss Late
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5240-5
Preceded by Little Miss Splendid
Followed by Little Miss Scatterbrain

Little Miss Late is the 11th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Late is late for everything, and can't find a job. She tries to work in a bank, but by the time she gets there the bank has closed. She tries to be a secretary for Mr. Uppity, but he goes home late. She finally gets a job as a housemaid for Mr. Lazy, because he does things at the wrong time.

Little Miss Late has been published under the alternative titles of Madame En Retard (French), Doña Tardona (Spanish), Unsere Uschi Unpünktlich (German), Mevrouwtje Te Laat (Dutch), Η Κυρία Αργοπορίδου (Greek), 遲到小姐 (Taiwan) and 늦어양 (Korean).

Little Miss Loud[edit]

Little Miss Loud is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss Loud lives in Loudland and, like Mr Noisy, she is very loud indeed. Little Miss Loud has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Tintamarre (French) and Η Κυρία Φωνακλού (Greek).

Little Miss Lucky[edit]

Little Miss Lucky
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1984
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5235-1
Preceded by Little Miss Dotty
Followed by Little Miss Star

Little Miss Lucky is the 18th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Lucky lives in Horseshoe Cottage, on top of a hill. She settles in bed with a book she has bought. Then she hears a knock at the door, and goes downstairs to answer it. She gets locked out of the house, a gust of wind blows her off her feet, and she lands on a haystack. A tree starts chasing her; she then wakes up to find out that it was all a dream, and that is why the story is called Little Miss Lucky.

Little Miss Lucky has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Chance (French), Doña Suerte (Spanish), Η Κυρία Τυχερούλα (Greek), 행운양 (Korean) and 幸運小姐 (Taiwan).

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Little Miss Magic[edit]

Little Miss Magic
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 40 pp
ISBN 978-1-84646-236-8
Preceded by Little Miss Helpful
Followed by Little Miss Shy

Little Miss Magic is the 8th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Magic is the resident magician. Once, Little Miss Magic got out of bed and told her toothpaste tube to squeeze. Then Mr. Happy came over (looking exactly the opposite) to complain about Mr Tickle, because he was tickling all the time. Little Miss Magic shrank Mr. Tickle's arms and told him to come to her house the next day. When Mr. Tickle came over she said, "One tickle a day" (meaning on Mr. Happy). Unfortunately for her, Mr. Tickle used his "one tickle a day" on her instead.

She appeared on The Mr. Men Show (season two). She kept her goldish color, round body, yellow nose and brown hair; a black top-hat with a pink flower replaced her green striped bow, fuchsia clip-shoes with sparkles replaced her red sneakers and her freckles were gone. Her magic was also very defective – often producing unnecessary results (and sometimes side effects) at the most inappropriate times when a practical solution was needed (such as turning Little Miss Daredevil into a goat while trying to cure her of hiccups). She speaks with a decidedly Scottish accent, just like Mr Small. Her catchphrases are, "Sometimes my magic surprises even me!" and "Isn't it amazing?". On the Mr. Men website she says, "Ta-da! Magic!" Her voice actresses are Prudence Alcott (USA) and Emma Tate (UK). Little Miss Magic has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Magie (French), Doña Brujilla (Spanish), Unsere Hollie Hokuspokus (German), 神奇小姐 (Taiwan), 마술양 (Korean) and Η Κυρία Αμπρακατάμπρα (Greek).

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Little Miss Naughty[edit]

Little Miss Naughty
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-85985-179-4
Preceded by Little Miss Bossy
Followed by Little Miss Neat

Little Miss Naughty is the 2nd book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Naughty loves to play practical jokes. She awakens one day, thinking it looks like a good day for being naughty. She knocks Mr. Uppity's hat off his head, breaks Mr. Clever's glasses, and strips Mr. Bump of his bandages (placing them on Mr. Small). The Mr. Men hold a meeting to decide what to do. Mr. Small meets with Mr. Impossible (who can make himself invisible); each time Little Miss Naughty tries to do something naughty, Mr. Impossible tweaks her nose and it cures Little Miss Naughty of her naughtiness.

In the 2008 TV series, The Mr. Men Show, she kept her purple color and shape but now had curly pink hair, a dark-fuchsia nose, pink rosy cheeks (emphasizing her character trait) and her bow was a lighter shade of green. Her catchphrase was, "Sometimes I just can't help myself". Occasionally, her pranks backfire on her. She has a Romanian accent. In the US and UK versions, she is voiced by Alicyn Packard, Jo Wyatt (season one) and Teresa Gallagher (season two).

Little Miss Naughty has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Canaille (French), Doña Traviesilla (Spanish), Unsere Ulla Ungezogen (German), Mevrouwtje Stout (Dutch), Η Κυρία Ατακτούλα (Greek), 장난양 (Korean), 淘氣小姐 (Taiwan) and Menina Marota (Portuguese).

Little Miss Neat[edit]

Little Miss Neat
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-85985-181-7
Preceded by Little Miss Naughty
Followed by Little Miss Sunshine

Little Miss Neat is the 3rd book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Neat is as neat as two pins, and lives in Twopin Cottage. When she goes on holiday, Mr. Muddle comes to visit her empty house. He makes a cup of tea, putting everything back in the wrong place. When Little Miss Neat comes home she can't find anything, and when she sits in a chair she is pricked by forks, knives, and spoons that Mr. Muddle placed there. Hargreaves tells the reader, "I don't think Little Miss Neat will be taking a holiday next year. Do you?". Little Miss Neat has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Proprette (French), Doña Ordenada (Spanish), Unsere Sofie Säuberlich (German), Η Κυρία Καθαρή (Greek), 整潔小姐 (Taiwan) and 깔끔양 (Korean).

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Little Miss Princess[edit]

Little Miss Princess
Illustrator Adam Hargreaves
Publication date
March 25, 2011
Pages 34 pp
Preceded by Little Miss Whoops

Little Miss Princess is the 34th book in the Little Miss series; the book was published in Spring 2011 to mark the 40th anniversary of the Mr Men.[1] Little Miss Princess lives in a castle with turrets and a moat. A very big castle. And Little Miss Princess has lots of people to do things for her. But Little Miss Princess isn't rude and spoiled. She is a kind and generous, good hearted princess. One day, she decides to help an injured Mr. Bump, but as you can imagine, Little Miss Princess isn't used to doing things herself, so everything doesn't quite go to plan. Little Miss Princess has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Princesse (French) and Η κυρία Καλομαθημένη (Greek).

Little Miss Prim[edit]

Little Miss Prim is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss Prim is always proper. She is never out of character, and feels lost without her purse.

Little Miss Prim has also been published under the alternative titles of Madame Collet-Monté (French) and Η Kυρια Καθωσπρεπει (Greek). She is French with a lot to say.

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Little Miss Quick[edit]

Little Miss Quick
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1990
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5244-3
Preceded by Little Miss Busy
Followed by Little Miss Wise

Little Miss Quick is the 23rd book in the Little Miss series. Like Mr. Rush, Little Miss Quick is always in a hurry and did not even have time to finish tying a bow in her hair.

Little Miss Quick has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Vite-fait (French)and Η Κυρία Φουριόζα (Greek).

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Little Miss Scary[edit]

Little Miss Scary
Illustrator Adam Hargreaves
Publication date
April 3, 2003
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5852-0
Preceded by Little Miss Somersault
Followed by Little Miss Bad

Little Miss Scary is the 31st book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Scary enjoys scaring people, especially Mr. Jelly. She has not, however, reckoned with Mr. Jelly's friend Mr. Noisy.

In the 2008 TV series, The Mr. Men Show, Little Miss Scary kept her looks, except one of her spikes is gone and she is darker red. She is a regular character. She loves fear, has her own television show, Miss Scary's Late Night Scare Fest, and is assisted by Mr. Bounce. Her house is a haunted house in the middle of the woods. She has a collection of assorted masks (which are modified in season two) which she uses to scare the other Mr. Men and Little Misses, although they can frighten her as well. She has a scary snore (as seen in the episode, "Sleep"). Little Miss Scary snorts when she laughs. She also plays as a fairy (sometimes Known as a "Stupid"/"Scary God Mother") in some Season 2 Episodes such as Gnomes and Faries, Clean Teeth and Shoes. the US and UK versions, she is voiced by Susan Balboni and Jo Wyatt (Series 1) and Alex Kelly (Series 2).

Little Miss Scary has also been published under the alternative title of Madame Terreur (French) and Menina Susto (Portuguese).

Little Miss Scatterbrain[edit]

Little Miss Scatterbrain
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5241-2
Preceded by Little Miss Late
Followed by Little Miss Greedy

Little Miss Scatterbrain is the 12th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Scatterbrain is the least intelligent woman in the world – even less intelligent than Mr. Dizzy. Little Miss Scatterbrain was also released as a follow-along audio book, featuring a show-tune-style musical number at the end. The character was also the subject of a PC CD-ROM learning game for children, called "The Adventures of Little Miss Scatterbrain". It was published in 2002 by E.M.M.E. Interactive SA and developed by Hyptique.

Little Miss Scatterbrain has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Tete-en-l'air (French), Doña Despistada (Spanish), Η Κυρία Ξεμυαλισμένη (Greek), 迷糊小姐 (Taiwan) and Menina Distraída (Portuguese).

Little Miss Show-Off[edit]

Little Miss Show-Off is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss Show-Off is green; she has a red nose, yellow shoes, blue gloves and a yellow, blue and pink hat. She doesn't like to share anything with anyone. The only thing she ever thinks about is herself.

Little Miss Show-Off has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Moi-Je (French) and Η Kυρία Εγώ (Greek).

Little Miss Shy[edit]

Little Miss Shy
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5234-4
Preceded by Little Miss Magic
Followed by Little Miss Splendid

Little Miss Shy is the 9th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Shy is blue with black hair, and has pink cheeks. Little Miss Shy is afraid of everything, and hardly goes out. She grows her own food in the garden. One day she receives an invitation to Mr. Funny's party, and keeps changing her mind about whether or not to go. Then Mr. Funny arrives and drags her to the party; she has fun and meets Mr. Quiet, who used to be shy like her.

Little Miss Shy is also published under the alternative titles of Madame Timide (French), Doña Timida (Spanish), Unsere Susi Schüchtern (German), Η Κυρία Ντροπαλή (Greek), 害羞小姐 (Taiwan) and 부끄럼양 (Korean).

Little Miss Somersault[edit]

Little Miss Somersault
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1990
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5254-2
Preceded by Little Miss Fun
Followed by Little Miss Scary

Little Miss Somersault is the 30th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Somersault is incredibly agile. When she goes for a walk, she cartwheels instead. Instead of going through the front door, she climbs onto the roof first. Instead of sitting in a chair while eating her lunch, she balances on the back of it. She jumps over Mr. Small's house, and talks on the telephone with one leg up. She gets the leaves off Mr. Worry's roof, but he has the ladder. Little Miss Somersault doesn't need a ladder to climb up on the roof. Mr. Skinny paints the roof of his house; Mr. Bump bumps into the ladder (causing the paint to spill) but Mr. Skinny is rescued by Miss Somersault. The next day, everyone has heard about her daring deeds. Mr. Uppity calls her on the phone about the umbrella stuck in the chimney, and expects her in five minutes. It takes no time to climb onto Mr. Uppity's roof and get onto the chimney, but she is afraid of heights. Mr. Tickle brings Miss Somersault back down, and looks for someone else to tickle. Someone talks to her on the phone about their hat which has blown off onto the roof, and her face turns pale because she does not want to climb. But it is Mr. Small; relieved, off she somersaults.

Little Miss Somersault has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Acrobate (French), Η Κυρία Λαστιχένια (Greek), 翻筋斗小姐 (Taiwan) and 재주넘기양 (Korean).

Little Miss Splendid[edit]

Little Miss Splendid
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5236-8
Preceded by Little Miss Shy
Followed by Little Miss Late

Little Miss Splendid is the 10th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Splendid lives in a mansion with a golden bathtub, and thinks she is better than everyone else. When she goes to town and sees a new hat in a store window that she thinks she simply must have, she buys it. When she is walking home and her friends ask her if she wants to take the bus, she refuses – but then it starts to rain, and her new hat is ruined.

Little Miss Splendid has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Beauté (French), Doña Presumida (Spanish), 虛榮小姐 (Taiwan), 멋져양 (Korean) and Η Κυρία Ψηλομύτα (Greek).

Little Miss Star[edit]

Little Miss Star
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1984
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5242-9
Preceded by Little Miss Lucky
Followed by Little Miss Fickle

Little Miss Star is the 19th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Star wants to be popular more than anything. She goes to see a man (we can only see his long legs; it is later revealed to be Roger Hargreaves), and the next day she walks past a shop window and sees her book (Little Miss Star, by Roger Hargreaves) in the window. This is the second Little Miss/Mr. Men book to break the fourth wall (the first was Mr. Small). Little Miss Star has also been published under the alternative titles of Madame Vedette (French), Η Κυρία Διάσημη (Greek), 明星小姐 (Taiwan) and 스타양 (Korean).

Little Miss Stella[edit]

Little Miss Stella is part of the Little Miss series of books. She is based on a real person: Stella McCartney, a fashion designer and daughter of rock star Paul McCartney and the late Linda McCartney. The book was produced in a limited edition of 1000 books as a fashion-show invitation. Can Little Miss Stella help Little Miss Nobody be somebody?

Little Miss Stubborn[edit]

Little Miss Stubborn
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publisher Fabbri and Partners
Publication date
1990
Pages 31 pp
ISBN 978-1-4176-0369-5
Preceded by Little Miss Brainy
Followed by Little Miss Curious

Little Miss Stubborn is the 27th book in the Little Miss series. She is the most stubborn character of all in the Mr. Men series. Sometimes it was good for Little Miss Stubborn to be stubborn. Once, she was told not to take the right fork in the path; she took it, but Mr. Wrong actually meant not to take the left fork. Little Miss Stubborn (after a long journey with many stops in the wrong countries) ended up at Mr. Strong's house and ate a gigantic omelette without his permission. Little Miss Stubborn is unstoppable; she doesn't know when to quit. Little Miss Stubborn has also been published under the titles of Madame Têtue (French), Η Κυρία Πεισματάρα (Greek), 固執小姐 (Taiwan), 고집세양 (Korean) and Menina Teimosa (Portuguese).

Little Miss Sunshine[edit]

Little Miss Sunshine
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-85985-183-1
Preceded by Little Miss Neat
Followed by Little Miss Tiny

Little Miss Sunshine is the 4th book in the Little Miss series. There was a king who lived in a castle in Miseryland. Little Miss Sunshine was on vacation. She saw a sign saying, "This way to Miseryland", so she went to Miseryland and saw a guard at the bridge door. Little Miss Sunshine gave the guard a big smile; he took her to see the King of Miseryland. She had an idea, and Little Miss Sunshine and the king went back to her car. She made a new sign saying, "Laughter Land"; she laughed, and the king laughed too.

Little Miss Sunshine is a regular in the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show. She kept her looks and personality (except her hair and nose changed from yellow to light tan) and ran a morning show called "Good Morning Dillydale" with Mr. Happy. Her house was pink with a flowerbed, and flowers on the house as well. She is also shown to like being tickled, as she had allowed Mr. Tickle to do so in a few episodes. In the UK and US versions, she is voiced by Alicyn Packard, Jo Wyatt (season one) and Emma Tate (season two). Little Miss Sunshine's name and picture have been featured on many clothing designs, including track pants and sweaters.

Little Miss Sunshine has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Bonheur (French), Doña Sonrisas (Spanish), Unsere Sonja Sonnenschein (German), Mevrouwtje Zonnestraal (Dutch), Η Κυρία Γελαστούλα (Greek), 樂觀小姐 (Taiwan), 밝아양 (Korean) and Menina Alegria (Portuguese).

Little Miss Sunshine also stars in Little Miss Sunshine and the Wicked Witch, a 2006 special edition book, Little Miss Sunshine keeps her smile, also 2006, and appears in numerous other Mr Men books.

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Little Miss Tidy[edit]

Little Miss Tidy
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1990
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5246-7
Preceded by Little Miss Wise
Followed by Little Miss Brainy

Little Miss Tidy is the 25th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Tidy loves to keep things neat and clean.

Little Miss Tidy has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Range-tout (French), 整齊小姐 (Taiwan) and Η Κυρία Τακτική (Greek).

Little Miss Tiny[edit]

Little Miss Tiny
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-86592-602-8
Preceded by Little Miss Sunshine
Followed by Little Miss Trouble

Little Miss Tiny is the 5th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Tiny isn't just small, she's tiny. Little Miss Tiny is tinier than Mr. Small. Little Miss Tiny is picked on because she is so small. The story begins when Little Miss Tiny wakes up, exits the mouse hole, and explores outdoors. She gets frightened by the large animals but Mr. Strong can hear her, and rescues her.

Little Miss Tiny has also been published under the titles Madame Petite (French), Doña Menudita (Spanish), Unsere Dora Däumling (German), Η Κυρία Τοσοδούλα (Greek), 玲瓏小姐 (Taiwan) and 밤톨양 (Korean).

Little Miss Trouble[edit]

Little Miss Trouble
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
September 1, 1981
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5230-6
Preceded by Little Miss Tiny
Followed by Little Miss Helpful

Little Miss Trouble is the 6th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Trouble is a prankster like Mr. Mischief. She uses Mr. Uppity and Mr. Clever to trick Mr. Small, and Mr. Small gets two unnecessary black eyes. Mr. Small talks to Dr. Makeyouwell; Mr. Small uses Mr. Tickle and Mr. Bump to trick Little Miss Trouble. They tickle and bump her, and Little Miss Trouble gets a taste of her own medicine.

Little Miss Trouble has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Chipie (French), Doña Problemas (Spanish), Unsere Frieda Frech (German), Η Κυρία Ανακατωσούρα (Greek), 골치양 (Korean) and 小麻煩小姐 (Taiwan).

Little Miss Twins[edit]

Little Miss Twins
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1984
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5237-5
Preceded by Little Miss Giggles
Followed by Little Miss Chatterbox

Little Miss Twins is the 15th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Twins do everything in pairs, and say things twice. They live in Twoland. Little Miss Twins were inspired by Roger Hargreaves' twin daughters.

Little Miss Twins has also been published under the titles of Madame Double (French), 쌍둥이양 (Korean), 雙胞胎小姐 (Taiwan) and Οι Κυρίες Διδυμούλες (Greek).

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Little Miss Vain[edit]

Little Miss Vain is part of the Little Miss series. Little Miss Vain lives in Prettyville. Her beauty would make Little Miss Splendid jealous. Little Miss Vain has a blue body, a yellow nose, curly yellow hair, and pink cheeks. She wears silver shoes, gloves, a silver bow, and carries a matching handbag.

Little Miss Vain has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Coquette (French) and Η Κυρία Κοκέτα (Greek).

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Little Miss Whoops[edit]

Little Miss Whoops
Illustrator Adam Hargreaves
Series Mr. Men and Little Miss
Genre Children's books
Publication date
September 4, 2003
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5899-5
Preceded by Little Miss Bad
Followed by Little Miss Princess

Little Miss Whoops is the 33rd book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Whoops goes to visit her brother, Mr. Bump. Unfortunately, disasters happen.

In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show she keeps her pink nose but her hair is invisible, a pair of glasses and a pink bow replace her bandages, and her color is a lighter shade of blue; she is slightly less round. As her name suggests, her catchphrase for the show is "Whoops!". She also says that she doesn't like "flat food" and claims she's a "trained professional" at everything she does. but from season 2, it becomes "Little Miss Clumsy" While in the book she is Mr. Bump's sister, it is never mentioned in the TV series (except on the Cartoon Network site) although they are the same color and equally clumsy. Their relationship was hinted at by the way they interacted ("Actually it's me, Mr. Bump"; "Mr. Bump, we make quite the team"); she really wanted Mr. Bump to celebrate her birthday in "Parties" and the Mr. Men Annual 2010. In the US broadcast she has a monotone voice and in UK a Welsh accent. In the US and UK versions, she is voiced by Alicyn Packard and Teresa Gallagher respectively. Little Miss Whoops has also been published under the alternative title of Madame Malchance (French) and Menina Disparate (Portuguese).

Little Miss Wise[edit]

Little Miss Wise
Illustrator Roger Hargreaves
Publication date
1990
Pages 34 pp
ISBN 978-0-7498-5245-0
Preceded by Little Miss Quick
Followed by Little Miss Tidy

Little Miss Wise is the 24th book in the Little Miss series. Little Miss Wise is always thinking. She is wise as an owl – possibly, two owls. Being so wise and sensible means that Little Miss Wise brushes her teeth every day, makes her bed every day, tidies her house every day, and does lots of other wise and sensible things. If you are as wise as Little Miss Wise, you will know just what kind of other things she does; among them, Little Miss Wise goes for a walk every day.

Little Miss Wise has been published under the alternative titles of Madame Sage (French), Η Κυρία Μυαλωμένη (Greek), 슬기양 (Korean), and 智慧小姐 (Taiwan).

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Little Miss Yes[edit]

Little Miss Yes is part of the Little Miss series. Unlike Mr. No, she always agrees with everyone on everything. Little Miss Yes has been published under the alternative title Madame Oui in French.

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