Little Miss Fun
January 1, 1990
- Colour: Orange
- Shape: Round
- Gender: Female
- Hair: Black hairs in a bow
- Friends: Mr. Wrong, Little Miss Bossy, Mr. Impossible, Mr. Muddle, Mr. Forgetful, Mr. Funny
- Rivals: Mr. Rude, Mr. Uppity, Little Miss Bad and especially Mr. Tall
- Relatives: None
- Job: Having parties
- Features: Blue bow
- Voice Actresses: Jill Shilling (Mr. Men and Little Miss), Alyson Court (US dub)
StoryLittle Miss Fun loves to have fun, all day, every day.
International publications & translations
This is a list of alternate titles for this book being published internationally.
- Madame Boute-en-train (French)
- Miss Spass (German)
- Mevrouwtje Pret (Dutch)
- Lille Frøken Fest (Danish)
- Η κυρία Ξένοιαστη (Greek)
- Mała Entuzjastka (Polish)
- Мисс Забава (Russian)
- たのしいことだいすきちゃん (Japanese)
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.
- Mr. Grumble
- Mr. No
- That's Enough, Little Miss Bossy (TV)
- Mr. Clever's Daft Bet (TV)
- Mr. Clumsy Head Butler (TV) (cameo)
- Mr. Nonsense's Strange Illness (TV) (cameo)
- Little Miss Helpful Goes to the Fair (TV) (cameo)
- A slight redesign of her for The Mr. Men Show has been seen on several pieces of merchandise but went unused in the actual show. She looks almost the same but her arms and legs are a little bit longer, the blue bow on top of her head is a little bit bigger and a slightly different shape, her orange skin is brighter, her body is a bit thinner and she gained dimples on the sides of her mouth. Mark Risley confirmed that this design wasn't meant to be included in the show.
- She is one of the notable characters.
- Even though Little Miss Fun is the twenty-ninth book in the Little Miss series, she is placed twenty-eighth in the Little Miss Library, between Little Miss Curious and Little Miss Contrary which were the twenty-eighth and twenty-first books in the Little Miss series, respectively, though they are respectively placed twenty-seventh and twenty-ninth in the Little Miss Library.
See Counterparts Wiki.
The Mr. Men Show unused artwork