Story"Here comes trouble!" people used to say. And can't you guess who came walking along? That's right! Little Miss Trouble ! She uses Mr. Worry (TV), Mr. Uppity and Mr. Clever to frame Mr. Small and Mr. Small gets two unnecessary black eyes (Breaks his foot on TV). Mr. Small talks to Dr. Makeyouwell and Mr. Small uses Mr. Tickle and Mr. Bump to frame Little Miss Trouble so that they tickle and bump her. Little Miss Trouble has received a taste of her own medicine.
International publications & translations
This is a list of alternate titles for this book being published internationally.
- Madame Chipie (French)
- Dona Problemas (Spanish)
- Unsere Frieda Frech (German)
- Η Κύριος Ανακατωσούρα (Greek)
- 골치양 (Korean)
- 麻煩小姐 (Taiwan)
List of characters
This is a list of Mr. Men, Little Miss and other special characters that appear in this book.
- Mr. Uppity
- Mr. Clever
- Mr. Worry (on T.V.)
- Mr. Small
- Mr. Tickle
- Mr. Bump
- Mr. Mischief (on cover) (says, "Here comes Trouble!")
- Dr. Makeyouwell
Title character other appearances
This is a list of other books that the title character has appeared in.
- Mr. Brave
- Little Miss Fabulous
- Little Miss Daredevil: The Incredible Race? (cameo)
- Isn't Little Miss Trouble Kind? (TV)
- Mr. Skinny's Incredible Bet (TV)
- Another Victory For Little Miss Splendid (TV)
- Little Miss Trouble and the Magic Paint (TV)
- Little Miss Tidy Loses a Friend (TV)
- Little Miss Star, the Leading Witness (TV)
- Little Miss Late Beats Them All (TV)(mentioned)
- Little Miss Bossy Has a Busy Day (TV)(cameo)
- She may either have a crush on Mr. Mischief, Mr. Cheeky, or Mr. Uppity.
- In France, Little Miss Trouble has an even more Meaningful Name when translated. Madame Chipie translates equally to Little Miss B****, which best describes her.
- She could be married to Mr. Mischief because in the Mr. Men and Little Miss episode Isn't Little Miss Trouble Kind, he called her "My dear, Little Miss Trouble".
- She was originally going to be in The Mr. Men Show but got replaced by Little Miss Naughty because she is more of a prankster.
- In Meet The Little Misses!, Little Miss Trouble is a Spanish girl and is also Little Miss Sunshine's little sister.
- Her Home-star Runner counterpart is The Cheat because they are both yellow with black dots and are trouble makers.
- Her Thomas the Tank engine counterparts are Bill & Ben & Arry & Bert because all five are yellow and don't always get away with trouble.
- Her other Thomas the Tank Engine counterpart is Daisy because both don't always get away with trouble.
- Her Gravity Falls counterpart is Wendy because they both are troublesome sometimes and have red hair.
- Her Good Luck Charlie counterpart is Gabe Duncan because they both cause trouble)
- Her other Thomas the Tank Engine counterparts are Troublesome Trucks Because all are naughty.
- Her Bananas in Pyjamas counterparts are the titular characters because all 3 are yellow and like to cause trouble.
- Her Harpo and his Friends counterpart is Harpo because both are yellow and are troublemakers.
- Her Kingdom Hearts counterpart is Kairi because they both have red hair.
- Her Fanboy and Chum Chum counterpart is Kyle The Conjurer, because they both have red hair.
- Her other Fanboy and Chum Chum counterpart is Marsha, because they both have Red Hair.
- Her Codename: Kids Next Door counterpart is Lizzie Devine, because they both have red hair, wear yellow and cause trouble.
- Her Transformers counterpart Is Starscream (Both Are Manipulative Liars (Starscream Can Cause Trouble For Megatron & All Autobots (Starscream Wants To Overthrow Megatron))!
- Her Noddy counterparts are Sly and Gobbo because all three are naughty and troublesome.
- Her other Noddy counterpart is Noddy because they both lied once.
- Her other Noddy counterpart is Martha Monkey because they both doesn't get away with trouble.
- Her Nintendo counterpart is Bowser Jr. because both are yellow & cause trouble
- Her Lion King (1994-1999) counterparts are the Hyenas Shenzi, Banzai and Ed because all 4 are troublesome, all 4 laugh.
- Her Donkey Kong Country (1998-2000) counterpart is Cranky Kong because both (used to) cause trouble.
- Her Cinderella counterpart is Anastasia, because both have red hair and cause trouble, until Anastasia reforms.
- Her Dark and Light Elemental Ages from Warlords is Amnesis Skelinx because both are naughty and cause trouble
- Her Trapped! Series 1 Episode 6 counterpart is the unfortunate Tom because they both don't get away with trouble, But when Tom got detected on floor six, Tom thought that the saboteur was Sam and said "I think it was Sam, Because he thinks it was me!" Although Tom is not naughty, because he was unlucky to get detected as the saboteur and got trapped on floor six in the game Toxic Treats, But little miss trouble is more meaner.
- Her Hey! Arnold (1996-2004) counterpart is Mr. Kokoshka, because they both have innuendo in their names)
- Her other Hey Arnold counterparts are Harold, Sid, and Stinky because all 4 causes trouble)
- Her Flushed Away counterparts are Whitey and Spike because both all 3 cause trouble.
- Her Sgt. Frog counterpart is Kururu because both are yellow and causes trouble.
- Her ZZZAP! counterpart is Daisy Dares because they cause trouble and have similar hairstyles.
- Her Rosie and Jim counterpart is Jim because they both have red hair and freckles and like to cause mischief.
- Her PB Bear counterpart is Milly the Monkey because they cause trouble.
- Her Horrid Henry counterpart is Vicious Vicky (Sour Susan's little sister) because they both have similar red hairstyles, freckles and cause trouble.
- Her Grojband counterpart is Laney Penn because they both have orange hair and can cause trouble.
- Her Mikayla's Words 2002 counterpart is Shakira because they both speak English and Spanish.
- Her Sesame Street counterpart is Rosita because they both speak English and Spanish.
- Her Stretchkins counterpart is Ambrosia The Unicorn because they both speak English and Spanish.
- Her Wild Kratts counterpart is Aviva because they both speak English and Spanish.