7 (UK and US)
November 1, 1971
- Colour: White
- Shape: Snowman-esque
- Gender: Male
- Personality: Cold, low-temperature, freezing, ice-cold
- Relatives: none
- Job: Helping Father Christmas deliver Christmas presents
- Features: Blue (sometimes black) bowler hat, and red and white striped scarf
- Voice actors: Arthur Lowe (1975-1978), David Shaw Parker (The Christmas Rescue), Gordon Peters (The Christmas Letter)
Mr. Snow was an ordinary snowman until he was brought to life to help Father Christmas. The ending requires that the reader build a snowman properly next time he or she builds one because Father Christmas might want that snowman's help.
International publications and translations
Mr. Snow appears under the titles:
- Monsieur Neige (French)
- Unser Herr Frostig (First German Release)
- Mister Schnee (Second German Release)
- Mr. Eira (Welsh)
- Meneer Sneeuw (First Dutch Release)
- Meneertje Sneeuwpop (Second Dutch Release)
- 雪人先生 (Taiwan)
- Ο Κύριος Χιονούλης (Greek)
- מר שלג (Hebrew)
- 白雪先生 (China)
- คุณหิมะ (Thai)
- Hr. Sne (Danish)
- Herr Snø (Norwegian)
- ゆきだるまくん (Yukidaruma-kun; Japanese)
- 눈사람씨 (Noonsalam-ssi; Korean)
- Pan Bałwanek (Polish)
- Herra Snær (Icelandic)
List of characters
This is a list of Mr. Men, Little Miss and other special characters that appear in this book.
- Father Christmas
- He is the only character that did not appear in Mr. Men and Little Miss.
- He is the only snowman in the series.
- He has made significantly less appearances than most of the original English Mr. Men and Little Misses.
See Counterparts Wiki.
Title character other appearances
- Mr. Men - Adventure in the Ice Age
- Mr. Men - A White Christmas
- Mr. Men - The Christmas Party
- Mr. Men - Winter Sports
Mr. Men and Little Miss Screenshots