Little Miss Stubborn
June 22, 1990
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 omelet without permission. Little Miss Stubborn is unstoppable.
- Jill Shilling (1995-1997)
- Catherine Disher (1997-1999)
- Shape: Round
- Color: Purple
- Personality: Determined, Firm, Resolved, Headstrong, Willful, Attitude, Settled, Rebellious, Sassy
- Even though Little Miss Stubborn is the twenty-seventh book in the Little Miss series, she is placed twenty-sixth in the Little Miss Library, between Little Miss Brainy and Little Miss Curious which were the twenty-sixth and twenty-eighth books in the Little Miss series, respectively, though they are respectively placed twenty-fifth and twenty-seventh in the Little Miss Library.
- The reasoning behind Mr. Stubborn's appearance in The Mr. Men Show is that executive producer Eryk Casemiro stated that the female characters in the series should remain mostly positive. 
- She originated from France.
- Although she was reassigned into Mr. Stubborn, Little Miss Stubborn and Little Miss Curious are the only French-originated characters to be adapted into The Mr. Men Show in some form of capacity.
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Main Article: Mr. Stubborn
International publications & translations
This is a list of alternate titles for this book being published internationally.
- Madame Têtue (French)
- Miss Sturkopf (German)
- Menina Teimosa (Portuguese)
- Mevrouwtje Koppig (Dutch)
- Senhora Teimosa (Portuguese)
- Η Κυρία Πεισματάρα (Greek)
- Lille Frøken Stædig (Danish)
- Mała Uparciuszka (Polish)
- Küçük Bayan İnatçı (Turkish)
- 固執小姐 (Taiwan)
- 고집세양 (Korean)
- がんこちゃん (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.
- Little Miss Stubborn Goes Right to the Bitter End (TV)
- Little Miss Stubborn and the Unicorn
- Little Miss Stubborn - The Wrong Advice