Little Miss Fickle
July 14, 1984
- Colour: Red-orange
- Shape: Oval
- Gender: Female
- Personality: Changeable, Unpredictable, Variated, Capricious, Sudden, Unaccountable, Frivolous, Purposeless, Valueless
- Hair: Black in thin braids
- Friends: Little Miss Neat, Little Miss Late, Mr. Forgetful & Mr. Muddle
- Rivals: None
- Species: Shaped Human
- Job: Cannot make up her minds
- Features: Pink bowler hat with white stripe, blue bows
- Voice Actresses: Jill Shilling (Mr. Men and Little Miss), Alyson Court (US dub)
Little Miss Fickle always has trouble making up her mind. She ends up causing multiple people to change their jobs.
International publications & translations
This is a list of alternate titles for this book being published internationally.
- Madame Indecise (French)
- Unsere Ute Unentschieden (German)
- Miss Unentschieden (Second German Release)
- Juffertje Twijfel (Dutch)
- Η κυρία Αναποφάσιστη (Greek)
- Lille Frøken Flyvsk (Danish)
- Mała Kaprysia (Polish)
- 善變小姐 (Taiwan)
- 변덕양 (Korean)
- きまぐれちゃん (Japanese)
- Mala Sitnica (Slovenian)
List of characters
This is a list of Mr. Men, Little Miss and other special characters that appear in this book.
Title character other appearances
This is a list of other books that the title character has appeared in.
- What a Choice for Little Miss Fickle (TV)
- Little Miss Helpful Goes to the Fair (TV) (cameo)
- Mr. Greedy Goes to a Dinner Party (TV)
- The Great Alphabet Hunt (intro only)
- The only time she did make up her mind was the episode "Mr. Greedy Goes to a Dinner Party"
- Even though Little Miss Fickle is the twentieth book in the Little Miss series, she is placed twenty-fourth in the Little Miss Library, between Little Miss Greedy and Little Miss Brainy which were the thirteenth and twenty-sixth books in the Little Miss series, respectively, though they are respectively placed twenty-third and twenty-fifth in the Little Miss Library.
- Little Miss Fickle was meant to appear in The Mr. Men Show along with Little Miss Twins, but didn’t appear because Cartoon Network didn't want too many female characters.
See Counterparts Wiki.
Mr. Men and Little Miss