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== '''Where Did They Come From?''' ==
 
== '''Where Did They Come From?''' ==
We know you believe that some of the characters on this list you thought were created by Roger Hargreaves, but the truth is, they weren't. Roger Hargreaves just got the credit for doing it. There were 11 characters that never got translated into English, but another 13 did. They are listed above. If you don't believe us, look at the publish dates. He died in 1988, but these books were published in 1990. Is this making sense? The characters I listed above were created by two writers, Viviane Cohen and Evelyne Lallemand and an illustrator, Colette David. They produced 24 Mr. Men and Little Misses. So if you wondered why Mr. Tickle's hat was green in Mr. cheerful and Little Miss Somersault, that's why. David colored Mr. Tickle's hat green instead of blue in the French books. This was either a mistake or he wanted us to eventually get the hint he was giving us (the main idea of this article). Surprising right? At least now you know the truth.[[Category:French Characters]]
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We know you believe that some of the characters on this list you thought were created by Roger Hargreaves, but the truth is, they weren't. Roger Hargreaves just got the credit for doing it. There were 11 characters that never got translated into English, but another 13 did. They are listed above. If you don't believe us, look at the publish dates. He died in 1988, but these books were published in 1990. Is this making sense? The characters I listed above were created by two writers, Viviane Cohen and Evelyne Lallemand and an illustrator, Colette David. They produced 24 Mr. Men and Little Misses. So if you wondered why Mr. Tickle's hat was green in Mr. Cheerful and Little Miss Somersault, that's why. David colored Mr. Tickle's hat green instead of blue in the French books. This was either a mistake or he wanted us to eventually get the hint he was giving us (the main idea of this article). Surprising right? At least now you know the truth.[[Category:French Characters]]

Revision as of 16:04, April 24, 2020

The following Mr. Men and Little Misses originated from France:

Mr. Brave

Mr. Grumble

Mr. Perfect

Mr. Cheerful

Mr. Crosspatch (was never translated into English)

Mr. No (was never translated into English)

Little Miss Busy

Little Miss Quick

Little Miss Wise

Little Miss Tidy

Little Miss Brainy

Little Miss Stubborn

Little Miss Curious

Little Miss Fun

Little Miss Somersault

Little Miss All-Goes-Well (was never translated into English)

Little Miss Brilliant (was never translated into English)

Little Miss Busy-Body (was never translated into English)

Little Miss Careful (was never translated into English)

Little Miss Loud (was never translated into English)

Little Miss Prim (was never translated into English)

Little Miss Show-Off (was never translated into English)

Little Miss Vain (was never translated into English)

Little Miss Yes (was never translated into English)

Now you shall be told how they got here. Maybe some facts you never knew before.

Where Did They Come From?

We know you believe that some of the characters on this list you thought were created by Roger Hargreaves, but the truth is, they weren't. Roger Hargreaves just got the credit for doing it. There were 11 characters that never got translated into English, but another 13 did. They are listed above. If you don't believe us, look at the publish dates. He died in 1988, but these books were published in 1990. Is this making sense? The characters I listed above were created by two writers, Viviane Cohen and Evelyne Lallemand and an illustrator, Colette David. They produced 24 Mr. Men and Little Misses. So if you wondered why Mr. Tickle's hat was green in Mr. Cheerful and Little Miss Somersault, that's why. David colored Mr. Tickle's hat green instead of blue in the French books. This was either a mistake or he wanted us to eventually get the hint he was giving us (the main idea of this article). Surprising right? At least now you know the truth.

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