Little Miss Star wants to be popular more than anything. She goes to see a man (of which we can only see his long legs, this is later revealed to be Roger Hargreaves), and the next day she walks past a shop window and sees her book (Little Miss Star by Roger Hargreaves) in the window.
- In Little Miss Star The Leading Witness, she had an alter ego called The Masked Avenger.
- In Little Miss Star Goes To Jollywood, in Miss Star's dream Mr. Mean was her director and Mr. Uppity was her chaffuer named James.
- Both her and Mr. Small request that Roger Hargreaves write a book about them.
- Her Letterland counterpart is Quarrelsome Queen because they have orange hair.
- Her Toddworld counterpart is Stella because they both dream of being a star.
- Her Wonderful World of Rojo counterpart is Rosa the Meerkat because they both dream of being a star.
- Her Hotel Room Penguin counterpart is Starlina the Hamster because they have the word Star of their names.
- Her Little Monsters counterpart is TV Trevor because they dream of being famous.
- Her Beavis and Butthead counterpart is Beavis because they both have alter egos (I am Cornholio! I need T.P. for my bunghole.)
- Her Harry Potter counterpart is Harry Potter, because they are both famous.
- Her other Harry Potter counterpart is Professor Gilderoy Lockhart, because once again they are both famous.
- Her Fanboy and Chum Chum counterpart is Sigmund The Sorcerer, because they are both famous.
- Her Street Fighter counterpart is Fei Long, because they are both famous.
- Her Mortal Kombat counterpart is Johnny Cage, because they are both famous.
- Her Total Drama counterpart is Dakota because they are both famous.
- Her Sgt Frog counterpart is Sumomo because they are both famous.
- Her Rainbow Brite counterpart is Indigo, because they are both famous.
- Her Marvel Comics counterpart is Tony Stark/Iron Man, because they are both famous.
- Her Alvin and the Chipmunks counterpart is Alvin because they are both celebrities.
- Her Lalaloopsy counterpart is Harmony B. Sharp because they are both stars and can sing
- Her Care Bear Cousins counterpart is Noble Heart Horse because they are both stars and can dance
- Her Betty Boop counterpart is the titular character because they are both famous.
International publications & translations
This is a list of alternate titles for this book being published internationally.
- Madame Vedette (French)
- Unsere Eva Ehrgeiz (First German Release)
- Miss Superstar (Second German Release)
- Mevrouwtje Superster (Dutch)
- Senhora Estrela (Portuguese)
- Η κυρία Διάσημη (Greek)
- Lille Frøken Stjerne (Danish)
- 明星小姐 (Taiwan)
- スターちゃん (Japanese)
- 스타양 (Korean)
List of characters
This is a list of Mr. Men, Little Miss and other special characters that appear in this book.
- Roger Hargreaves
- Bus Driver
- Plane Hostess
Title character other appearances
This is a list of other books that the title character has appeared in.
- Little Miss Brainy (With a blue nose instead of red)
- Little Miss Birthday
- Little Miss Fabulous
- A Job For Little Miss Giggles(TV)(cameo)
- A Very Happy Day For Mr. Happy(TV)
- Little Miss Star, the Leading Witness (TV)
- Little Miss Star Goes To Jollywood (TV)
- Mr. Clumsy in the Brains and the Brawn (TV)
- Mr. Forgetful, the World's Best Actor (TV)
- Little Miss Wise's Crazy Day (TV)
- Mr. Clumsy, Head Butler (TV)
- Little Miss Splendid's Gift (TV)
- Mr. Noisy, the Music Man (TV)(cameo)
- Mr. Skinny is up the spout (TV)
- Another Victory for Little Miss Splendid(TV)(mentioned)
- Mr. Small's Big Dream (TV)(cameo, with no nose and no shoes)
- Little Miss Trouble and the Magic Paint (TV)(cameo, no shoes)
- Little Miss Chatterbox Finds Her Calling (TV)