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Ages 4 - 8

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Roger Hareaves

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Little Miss The Complete Collection 36 Books Box Gift Set by Roger Hargreaves RRP: £59.99



Key Features

   Title : Little Miss The Complete Collection 36 Books  
   ISBN10 : Gift Box Set
   Series : 1 to 36 Books
   Author : Roger Hargreaves
   Publisher :  
   Media : Paperback
   Pages : Varies
   RRP : £ 59.99  
   SKU : U5 - LittleMiss - 36bks

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Little Miss The Complete Collection 36 Books Box Set New RRP: £ 59.99

If you’ve already got your hands on Mr Men: The Complete Collection then this is the ideal accompaniment – the Little Miss Library – including 36 of Roger Hargreaves’ timeless tales in a beautiful and enormously handy gift box. The new generation will love discovering these fun-filled tales and getting to know each and every imaginative character, while adults will have a wonderful time sharing these familiar tales with little ones. Easy to tidy away and keep organised, this boxed collection will make a beautiful gift for any occasion for that matter!

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1. Little Miss Bossy

Little Miss Bossy liked to boss everybody around, which nobody liked. When the wizard named Wilfred saw how bossy she was, he decided something ought to be done and he introduced her to something even bossier than her.

2. Little Miss Naughty

Little Miss Naughty was the naughtiest person you'll ever meet. When the Mr Men decide they'd had enough of Little Miss Naughty's naughtiness, they called on a friend to help teach her a lesson.

3. Little Miss Neat

Little Miss Neat was a very tidy person, everything has its place. And every summer she goes on holiday for a week. What will happen when Mr Muddle visits while she's out?

4. Little Miss Sunshine

While Little Miss Sunshine was driving home from her holiday she ran across a signpost. To Miseryland. What will happen to the crying folks of Miseryland when Little Miss Sunshine comes to visit

5. Little Miss Tiny

Little Miss Tiny lives in a mousehole. She is so sad because she's so small, so small that nobody even knows that she exists. What will happen when she gets brave enough to go outside?  Will she find friends to talk to?

6. Little Miss Trouble

One day Little Miss Trouble was causing trouble, again. Telling lies about Mr Small. Then Mr Small and Dr Makeyouwell came up with an idea to show Little Miss Trouble that too much trouble is no fun.

7. Little Miss Giggles

One terrible day Little Miss Giggles lost her giggle! Where did it go? Follow along as Mr Happy tries to find her giggle again.

8. Little Miss Helpful

Little Miss Helpful was one of those people who loved to help other people, but who ended up helping nobody.

9. Little Miss Magic

When Little Miss Magic told something to do something, it did it! So when Mr Tickle and his long arms were tickling too much, Mr Happy asked Little Miss Magic to help.

10. Little Miss Shy

Little Miss Shy couldn’t decide whether or not she would go to Mr Funny's party. People frightened her, but she didn't want to be rude... Will she get over her fear of people and go to Mr Funny's party?

11. Little Miss Splendid

Nothing was too good for Little Miss Splendid. So when she saw the most splendid hat you've ever seen, she had to get it. But it wasn't long before the hat started to cause some problems…

12. Little Miss Twins

Little Miss Twin and Little Miss Twin, both of them, lived in Twoland. In Twoland everything comes in two. Follow Mr Nosey the time he visited Twoland and met Little Miss Twin and Little Miss Twin.

13. Little Miss Chatterbox

Little Miss Chatterbox, just like her brother Mr Chatterbox, talked all the time. This is a story about the time Little Miss Chatterbox decided to get herself a job. But what job will suit her chattiness?

14. Little Miss Dotty

Nonesenseland was holding the Nonsense Cup again, this time for the dottiest idea of the year. And Little Miss Dotty was sure she would win. Will Little Miss Dotty come up with the dottiest idea in Nonsenseland.

15. Little Miss Late

Little Miss Bad

16. Little Miss Lucky

It was late at night and Little Miss Lucky heard a knock at the door. When she got up to see who was there nobody was outside. And things only got worse. Is Little Miss Lucky really all that lucky?

17. Little Miss Scatterbrain

Little Miss Scatterbrain was just a little bit forgetful. Follow Little Miss Scatterbrain as she went through her scatterbrained day trying to run errands.

18. Little Miss Star

Little Miss Star was very popular, but not famous. And she wanted to be. But then Little Miss Star had an idea. How will she become famous?

19. Little Miss Busy

Little Miss Busy loved nothing more than to be hard at work, keeping herself busy. But when she got ill the doctor said she needed a lot of rest. Whatever will a busybody like Little Miss Busy do stuck in bed?

20. Little Miss Quick

Little Miss Quick was always in a terrible hurry, but this meant that she also was very careless. See what happened when Little Miss Quick helped out the postman, Mr Strong and the zoo keeper.

21. Little Miss Wise

Little Miss Wise liked to go for a walk every day. On her walks she often met other people who were not quite so wise. Will she be able to be wise and keep her friends?

22. Little Miss Tidy

In Little Miss Tidy's house everything had its place. But being absent-minded, Little Miss Tidy couldn't remember where she'd put things when she tidied up. Can Little Miss Tidy’s friends help her remember where she put things?

23. Little Miss Greedy

Little Miss Greedy was greedy, indeed. It was her cousin, Mr Greedy's, birthday and he invited her to tea. What did Little Miss Greedy get her cousin for his birthday?

24. Little Miss Fickle

Little Miss Fickle couldn’t make up her mind about anything. But when she went missing, it was Little Miss Neat who couldn't decide where to find Little Miss Fickle. Will Little Miss Neat find Little Miss Fickle?

25. Little Miss Brainy

Little Miss Brainy knew an awful lot of things, and people came from far and wide to ask her questions. But the questions were too simple. So she travelled to a place called Cleverland, where she hoped everybody would ask her difficult questions.

26. Little Miss Stubborn

Once Little Miss Stubborn had made up her mind there was no unmaking it. How stubborn is Little Miss Stubborn? See what happens when she went to Mr Strong's for some eggs.

27. Little Miss Curious

Little Miss Curious always wanted to know the how and why and what of everything. Are you as curious as Little Miss Curious?

28. Little Miss Fun

Little Miss Fun loved to have parties. Come along to one of her parties and see all the fun things that she and the Mr Men do.

29. Little Miss Contrary

Little Miss Contrary always did the opposite of what you would think she would do, like show up early for Mr Happy's birthday. Follow along as Mr Happy introduces Little Miss Contrary to the other Mr Men.

30. Little Miss Somersault

Little Miss Somersault had more energy than anybody. She often used her energy to help out other people. Until she finds out she has a great fear of heights. Will Little Miss Somersault still be able to help out the Mr Men?

31. Little Miss Scary

Little Miss Scary liked to creep up behind people and shout "BOO!" But when Mr Jelly has been scared too much, he and Mr Noisy decided to teach Little Miss Scary a lesson.

32. Little Miss Bad

Little Miss Bad

33. Little Miss Whoops

Little Miss Whoops really is the most accidental person in the world, just like her brother, Mr Bump. See all the accidents she has while trying to get to her brother's house.

34. Little Miss Princess

Little Miss Princess lives in a castle with turrents and a moat. A very big castle. And Little Miss Princess has lots of people to do things for her. But Little Miss Princess isn't rude and spoilt. She is a kind and generous, good hearted princess. One day, she decides to help an injured Mr. Bump, but as you can imagine, Little Miss Princess isn't used to doing things herself, so everything doesn't quite go to plan...This is a sweet and funny tale that will leave all little princesses giggling.

35. Little Miss Birthday

Mr. Birthday is very good at organising birthday parties. He likes to make sure that everyone he knows has a party on their birthday. But, there seems to be an important birthday coming up that Mr. Birthday knows nothing about...Little Miss Birthday loves giving birthday presents. She prides herself on always picking the perfect present. But this time, it looks like one of the Mr. Men may just stump her...

36. Little Miss Christmas

One Christmas, Little Miss Christmas decides that she needs a break from wrapping presents, so she asks Father Christmas and Mr Christmas to wrap the last few presents instead. But will they finish them in time?


 

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