1984 (first edition)
2002 (official release)
Mr. Christmas just loves Christmas. Christmas is his favorite holiday and he thinks that Santa Claus (his uncle) is just amazing! When asked to deliver some presents, he takes his flying teapot and tries to cram all of his presents into that one evening (the 24th of December)!
International publications & translations
This is a list of alternate titles for this book being published internationally.
- Monsieur Noël (French)
- Mister Weihnachten (German)
- Ο Κύριος Χριστουγεννούλης (Greek)
- Hr. Jul (Danish)
List of characters
This is a list of Mr. Men, Little Miss and other special characters that appear in this book.
- Mr. Quiet
- Mr. Silly (he gets an electric, automatic, instant, digital, computerised Thingumajig)
- Mr. Nonsense (he is mentioned in the big book but he is not seen)
- Mr. Fussy (he gets 365 yellow dusters, one for every day of the year)
- Mr. Small (he gets a jelly bean for a feast)
- Mr. Greedy (he gets a cookbook to give him ideas of what food he can create)
- Mr. Tall (he gets a pair of very long multicoloured stripy socks for his long legs)
- Mr. Sneeze (he gets a handkerchief for his sneezes)
- Mr. Muddle (he gets some cornflakes)
- Mr. Mean (he gets a purse that is just the right size for putting no money in)
- Mr. Forgetful
- Mr. Nosey
- Mr. Chatterbox (he gets a dictionary)
- Mr. Topsy-Turvy (he gets a picture)
- Mr. Uppity (he gets a gold-plated backscracher)
- Mr. Funny (he gets a book of knock-knock jokes)
- Mr. Slow
- Father Christmas
- Wizard Winterbottom
- Percy (Penguin Postman)
- Mr. Rush
- Mr. Tickle
- Mr. Strong
- Mr. Bump (in the big book)
- Mr. Dizzy
- Mr. Happy
- Mr. Noisy
- Mr. Daydream
- Mr. Impossible
Title character other appearances
This is a list of other books that the title character has appeared in.
His theme song is called It's Christmas!
See Counterparts Wiki.