Mr Men Little Miss Advent Calendar

Mr Men Little Miss Advent Calendar

Adam Hargreaves

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32 pages
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Book Overview

Count down to Christmas with the Mr Men and Little Miss!

Join your favourite Mr Men and Little Miss this Christmas for some storytime fun with this fantastic advent calendar featuring 24 individual stories. Reveal a special storybook every day during the Christmas countdown. The perfect gift for you to enjoy during the festive season and beyond.

With 24 individual pockets including mini editions of the following stories:

Mr Tickle Saves the Day
Little Miss Sunshine Cheers Everyone Up
Mr Small’s Big Dream
Little Miss Giggles and the New Job
Mr Bump Goes on Holiday
Little Miss Bossy Saves the Zoo
Mr Tall and the Big Surprise
Little Miss Contrary and the Confused Guest
Mr Strong Looks for a Job
Little Miss Helpful at the Fair
Mr Chatterbox’s Parrot
Little Miss Lucky’s Friend
Mr Nonsense isn’t Himself
Little Miss Magic to the Rescue
Mr Clever Flies a Kite
Little Miss Late takes her Time
Mr Mischief The Artist
Little Miss Tiny’s Big Adventure
Mr Silly and the Silly Secret
Little Miss Wise’s Winning Walk
Mr Mean’s Good Deed
Little Miss Neat Cleans Up
Mr Worry’s Christmas
Little Miss Stubborn and the Unexpected Holiday

The perfect festive treat for all Mr Men and Little Miss fans!

About the author

It all started with a tickle. Roger Hargreaves’ son Adam asked him what a tickle looked like. In response, Roger drew a small orange man with extraordinarily long arms that could reach anywhere and tickle anyone. Mr Tickle was born and Mr Greedy, Mr Happy, Mr Nosey, Mr Sneeze and Mr Bump soon followed. The books were an instant hit and Roger went on to create many more Mr Men and Little Miss characters which have been delighting children and adults for generations.


  • The colourful characters have been delighting children since Mr Tickle first appeared on bookshelves in 1971.The IndependentThe timeless Mr Men books capture modern stereotypes perfectly.The TelegraphThe Mr Men and Little Miss characters remain a cultural phenomenon, whose impact is felt far beyond the nursery bookshelf.The Telegraph