Little Miss Trouble
31 July 1981
- Colour: Yellow (animation)/light brown (books)
- Shape: Round
- Gender: Female
- Personality: Disrespectful, Rude, Abusive, Trouble-maker, Uncivil, Very Irreverent, Discourteous
- Hair: Scarlet with bull horns
- Family: None
- Friends: Mr. Fussy, Mr. Rude, Dr. Makeyouwell, Little Miss Scary, Little Miss Naughty, Little Miss Bad, Mr. Cheeky, Mr. Mischief, Mr. Uppity, Little Miss Tiny (one-sided), Mr. Nosey (sometimes), Mr. Messy (one sided)
- Rivals: Mr. Messy (one-sided), Mr. Dizzy, Little Miss Tiny (one-sided), Mr. Brave, Mr. Greedy, Little Miss Splendid, Mr. Tall, Mr. Worry (one-sided)
- Occupation: Troublemaker, lie spreader, prankster, con-artist
- Job: Framing a Mr. Man or Little Miss
- Features: Blue bows, Freckles, and a green nose
- Voice Actresses: Pauline Collins (1983), Jill Shilling (Mr. Men and Little Miss), Alyson Court (US dub)
"Here comes trouble!" people used to say. And can't you guess who came walking along? That's right! Little Miss Trouble! She uses Mr. Uppity, Mr. Clever and Mr. Worry (on TV) to frame Mr. Small for secretly calling them insults behind their backs and Mr. Small gets two unnecessary black eyes (Breaks his foot on TV). Mr. Small talks to Dr. Makeyouwell and Mr. Small uses Mr. Tickle and Mr. Bump to frame Little Miss Trouble so that they tickle and bump her. Little Miss Trouble has received a taste of her own medicine.
International publications & translations
This is a list of alternate titles for this book being published internationally.
- Madame Chipie (French)
- Dona Problemas (Spanish)
- Unsere Frieda Frech (German)
- Miss Ärger (Second German Release)
- Mevrouwtje Bonje (Dutch)
- Senhora Sarilhos (Portuguese)
- Lille Frøken Ballade (Danish)
- Η Κυρία Ανακατωσούρα (Greek)
- Mała Kłopotka (Polish)
- 골치양 (Korean)
- 麻煩小姐 (Taiwan)
- トラブルちゃん (Japanese)
- الأنسه مشاكل (Alanisah mashakl) (Arabic)
- คุณหนูก่อกวน (Thai)
List of characters
This is a list of Mr. Men, Little Miss and other special characters that appear in this book.
- Mr. Uppity
- Mr. Clever
- Mr. Worry (on T.V.)
- Mr. Small
- Mr. Tickle
- Mr. Bump
- Mr. Mischief (on cover) (says, "Here comes Trouble!")
- Dr. Makeyouwell
Title character other appearances
This is a list of other books that the title character has appeared in.
- Mr. Brave
- Little Miss Fabulous
- Little Miss Tidy Loses a Friend (TV)
- Mr. Dizzy Goes Doggy sitting (TV)
- Mr. Nosey Solves a Mystery (TV)
- Mr. Forgetful...Hey, Waiter! (TV)
- Mr. Strong: King of the Circus (TV animation)
- Mr. Clumsy in the Brains and the Brawn (TV)
- Mr. Brave Goes Ghost Hunting (TV)
- Isn't Little Miss Trouble Kind... (TV)
- What a Question, Little Miss Curious (TV) (cameo)
- Little Miss Greedy... Belle of the Ball (TV)
- Mr. Tickle Saves the Day (TV) (cameo)
- Little Miss Star the Leading Witness (TV)
- Little Miss Late Beats Them All! (TV) (mentioned)
- Another Victory for Little Miss Splendid (TV)
- Mr. Skinny's Incredible Bet (TV)
- Mr. Chatterbox and the Parrot (TV)
- Little Miss Bossy Has a Busy Day (TV) (cameo)
- Little Miss Trouble and the Magic Paint (TV)
- She is good friends with Mr. Mischief, whom refers to her as "My dear, Little Miss Trouble", and Mr. Uppity, who is up for ruining people's day as well.
- She was originally going to be in The Mr. Men Show but got replaced by Little Miss Naughty because she is more of a prankster.
- Little Miss Bad bares a strong resemblance to Little Miss Trouble. The only difference they have is their colour scheme. Their relationship is unclear.
- In the TV adaptation of her story, instead of Mr. Small being hit in the face by Mr. Uppity and Mr. Clever, he is instead visited by the two (plus Mr. Worry) while working at the store, who angrily state "We want to see you!", and he ends up falling off the counter bringing half of the boxes he was restocking down with him.
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