Someone has been doing bad things. Someone swapped Mr. Uppity's tennis chords for spaghetti, put toothpaste in Mr. Greedy's cakes, covered Little Miss Splendid with ink, painted cracks on Mr. Worry's house, fills Little Miss Neat's house with water and even cut Mr. Forgetful's car in half! Can you guess? Little Miss Bad.
So, Little Miss Sunshine has an idea. She has a fake contest to see who did the worst thing in the last week, with first prize getting a holiday. On the day of the contest, Little Miss Bad goes first, but since she couldn't decide what her worst trick was, she dscribes all her tricks at once, giving her game away. She apologizes and helps everyone restore things to normal.
And not surprisingly, Miss Bad's example shows Mr. Mischief not to reveal his tricks!
International publications & translations
This is a list of alternate titles for this book being published internationally.
- Madame Farceuse (French)
- Miss Böse (German)
- Lille Frøken Styg (Danish)
- わるいちゃん (Japanese) [as seen on YouTube]
- Η κυρία Ενοχλητική (Greek)
- Senhora Má (Portuguese)
List of characters
This is a list of Mr. Men, Little Miss and other special characters that appear in this book.
- Mr. Uppity
- Little Miss Sunshine
- Mr. Mischief
- Mr. Forgetful
- Mr. Worry
- Little Miss Splendid
- Mr. Greedy
- Little Miss Neat
- Little Miss Bad bares a strong resemblance to Little Miss Trouble. The only difference they have is their colour scheme. Their relationship is unclear.