Mr. Men

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Mr. Men is a series of 52 children's books by Roger Hargreaves started in 1971. Little Miss was another series of 39 books by the same author with female characters that started in 1981. After Hargreaves died in 1988, his son, Adam Hargreaves, began writing and illustrating new stories about the Mr. Men and Little Miss characters. He created ten new characters; four of them were inspired by work Roger Hargreaves had produced before his death.

List of Characters[change | edit source]

Mr. Men[change | edit source]

Non-English Characters[change | edit source]

Adam Hargreaves characters[change | edit source]

  • Mr. Cool
  • Mr. Rude
  • Mr. Good
  • Mr. Cheeky
  • Mr. Christmas (Released each Christmas for a limited time).
  • Mr. Birthday

Little Misses[change | edit source]

Not published in English[change | edit source]

  • Little Miss All-Goes-Well (a.k.a. Little Miss Carefree)
  • Little Miss Brilliant (a.k.a. Little Miss Inspired)
  • Little Miss Busy-Body (a.k.a. Little Miss Nuisance)
  • Little Miss Careful
  • Little Miss Laugh (a.k.a. Little Miss Loud)
  • Little Miss Prim (a.k.a. Little Miss Snob)
  • Little Miss Selfish (a.k.a. Little Miss Show-Off or Little Miss Haughty Taughty)
  • Little Miss Vain (a.k.a. Little Miss Pretty or Little Miss Flirt)
  • Little Miss Yes

Adam Hargreaves characters[change | edit source]

  • Little Miss Scary
  • Little Miss Bad
  • Little Miss Whoops
  • Little Miss Jealous
  • Little Miss Christmas
  • Little Miss Birthday
  • Little Miss Nobody (Seen in Little Miss Stella)

Advertising[change | edit source]

Special Characters[change | edit source]

  • Mr. Nobody
  • Mr. Magic (1980 Mr. Men Magazine)
  • Mr. Ridiculous
  • Mr. Angry
  • Mr. Handsome
  • Mr. Bored
  • Mr. Bustle
  • Mr. Excited
  • Mr. Short
  • Mr. Impossible's Brother
  • Wilfred the Wizard
  • Grandfather Clock

People[change | edit source]

  • Andy Robinson
  • Jack
  • Jane (Only Mentioned)
  • John (Only Mentioned)
  • George (Fisherman)
  • Peter (Only Mentioned)
  • Susan (Only Mentioned)
  • William
  • Tess (Seen on TV Series)
  • Mr. Bacon (Wobbletown Butcher)
  • Mr. Barley (Farmer/Orchard Owner)
  • Mr. Black (Coalman)
  • Mr. Bottle (Dairy Owner)
  • Mr. Bowler (Hat Seller)
  • Mr. Brick (Builder)
  • Mr. Bustle (Twin Busy-Body)
  • Mr. Busy (Twin Busy-Body)
  • Old Mr. Chips (Tiddletown Carpenter)
  • Mr. Daily (Newspaper Seller)
  • Mr. DoubleChin (Twotown's Mayor)
  • Mr. Doublechop (Twotown Butcher)
  • Mr. Meat (Butcher)
  • Mr. Packet (Grocer)
  • Mr. Potts (Painter)
  • Mr. Robinson (Mr. Small's Neighbour)
  • Mr. Stamp (Postman)
  • Mr. Ticket (Bus Driver)
  • Mr. Tidy (Twin Neat-And-Tidy)
  • Mr. Neat (Twin Neat-And-Tidy)
  • Dr. Makeyouwell
  • Dr. Plump
  • The Princess
  • Farmer Fields
  • Father Christmas
  • The Giant
  • The Goblin
  • The Tramp
  • The Wizard
  • The Knight
  • King of Miseryland
  • King of Nonsenseland
  • King of the Goblins
  • Nasty Queen of Miseryland (As seen in Christmas Rescue)
  • Muggles the Jester (As seen in Christmas Rescue)
  • Dark Knight (As seen in Christmas Rescue)
  • Stormy Knight (As seen in Christmas Rescue)
  • Starry Knight (As seen in Christmas Rescue)
  • Miseryland Soldier
  • The Wicked Witch
  • The Pirates
  • Mrs. Crumb (Baker)
  • Mrs. Fairy (Cake Seller)
  • Mrs. Humbug (Sweetshop Owner)
  • Mrs. Page (Librarian)
  • Mrs. Parcel (Post Office Lady)
  • Mrs. Scrub (Laundry Lady)
  • Mrs. Twiceslice (Baker's Wife in Twotown)
  • Mrs. Twinkle
  • The Good Fairy
  • Wilfred the Wizard
  • The Naughty Pixies
  • Wizard Winterbottom
  • Wizard Prang
  • Chuckles the Clown (Mr. Funny's Hero)
  • Rebecca the gaint

Animals[change | edit source]

  • Walter the Worm (Lives near Mr. Small)
  • Ginger (Farmer Field's Cat)
  • Koko the Gorilla (Seen in the TV Series)
  • Mr. Parrot (Owned by Mr. Fussy, seen in the TV Series)
  • Rex the Dog (Owned by Mr. Clever, seen in the TV Series)
  • The Dragon
  • Percy the Postman Penguin

Advertising[change | edit source]

  • Mr. Stupid [and made in figerines]
  • Mr. Spendy (Huddersfield & Bradford Building Society)
  • Mr. Thrifty (Appeared in Mr. Spendy)
  • Mr. Beefeater