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The late Roger Hargreaves created the Mr. Men series for his son, Adam, who currently oversees the estate and creates illustrations for new Mr. Men books. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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The late Roger Hargreaves created the Mr. Men series for his son, Adam, who currently oversees the estate and creates illustrations for new Mr. Men books. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Mr. Men is a series of 50 children's books by British author Roger Hargreaves commencing in 1971. From 1981, an accompanying series of 42 Little Miss books by the same author, but with female characters were published. After Hargreaves's death in 1988, his son Adam Hargreaves began writing and illustrating new stories like Mr. Good and Mr. Cool .

Each book in the original Mr. Men and Little Miss series introduced a different title character and his/her single dominant personality to convey a simple moral lesson. The Mr. Men and Little Miss characters frequently reappeared in other characters' books. As of 2015, a total of 85 Mr. Men and Little Miss characters had been featured in series. [1] The books' simple stories, with brightly coloured, boldly drawn illustrations, made them very popular, with sales of over 100 million worldwide across 28 countries. They do not wear clothes. [2]

The first six Mr. Men books were published in United Kingdom in 1971, priced at 20p each. Mr. Tickle was the first Mr. Men character created by Hargreaves, inspired by his son, Adam , who had asked him what a tickle looked like. Hargreaves responded with a round, orange figure with long, bendy arms.

I'm so forgetful right now I'm not sure if it is lack of food, lack of sleep or I'm just losing my mind. This week so far I have forgotten two peoples birthdays and its only Wednesday.

I went into work on Monday and there are Happy Birthday banners around my door, I have to check it's not December and not my birthday, then I remember it is my colleagues. I knew about it on Friday but the weekend was in between and I totally forgot again. Her desk was full with cakes, crisps and sweets, I resisted everything, well other than a coke bottle sweet. I impressed myself, I really think I am beating my junk food addiction this time round, even if it is making me forgetful. I had to admit to her that I'd forgotten and so invited her for tea last night and popped out to get a present and card.

Today I went to school and bumped into my brother in law, he said 'Aren't you going to say happy birthday', my response was 'It's not your birthday, shut up'. As soon as I said it I remembered, that shit it really is his birthday and I have well and truly forgotten, even though my sister reminded me on Monday. I apologise and don’t really know what else to say. I've just sent a message to apologise again and hopefully I will remember next year.

My mind is constantly thinking about what needs to be done next– it pretty much makes an endless To Do List for me. I’m sure that this sounds sort of annoying to most people, but I’ve learned how to deal with it and make it work to my advantage. I can usually get a lot done in a small amount of time! 😀

One of my “go to” strategies for shutting off my brain at bedtime is keeping a pad of paper and a pen on my bedside table , so if these To Do List tasks sneak into my thoughts, I can write them down and deal with them in the morning. Last night, however, I didn’t use this strategy and just thought I’d remember what I needed to do when I woke up. There were 2 things that I needed to do today. I remembered one, but I cannot remember the second thing… and it’s driving me nuts ! 👿 Hopefully, it will come to me. Well, at least, I learned my lesson!

I actually woke up to exercise before work this morning, so by the time I was finished, I was famished and ready to eat breakfast! 

The late Roger Hargreaves created the Mr. Men series for his son, Adam, who currently oversees the estate and creates illustrations for new Mr. Men books. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Mr. Men is a series of 50 children's books by British author Roger Hargreaves commencing in 1971. From 1981, an accompanying series of 42 Little Miss books by the same author, but with female characters were published. After Hargreaves's death in 1988, his son Adam Hargreaves began writing and illustrating new stories like Mr. Good and Mr. Cool .

Each book in the original Mr. Men and Little Miss series introduced a different title character and his/her single dominant personality to convey a simple moral lesson. The Mr. Men and Little Miss characters frequently reappeared in other characters' books. As of 2015, a total of 85 Mr. Men and Little Miss characters had been featured in series. [1] The books' simple stories, with brightly coloured, boldly drawn illustrations, made them very popular, with sales of over 100 million worldwide across 28 countries. They do not wear clothes. [2]

The first six Mr. Men books were published in United Kingdom in 1971, priced at 20p each. Mr. Tickle was the first Mr. Men character created by Hargreaves, inspired by his son, Adam , who had asked him what a tickle looked like. Hargreaves responded with a round, orange figure with long, bendy arms.

The late Roger Hargreaves created the Mr. Men series for his son, Adam, who currently oversees the estate and creates illustrations for new Mr. Men books. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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The late Roger Hargreaves created the Mr. Men series for his son, Adam, who currently oversees the estate and creates illustrations for new Mr. Men books. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Mr. Men is a series of 50 children's books by British author Roger Hargreaves commencing in 1971. From 1981, an accompanying series of 42 Little Miss books by the same author, but with female characters were published. After Hargreaves's death in 1988, his son Adam Hargreaves began writing and illustrating new stories like Mr. Good and Mr. Cool .

Each book in the original Mr. Men and Little Miss series introduced a different title character and his/her single dominant personality to convey a simple moral lesson. The Mr. Men and Little Miss characters frequently reappeared in other characters' books. As of 2015, a total of 85 Mr. Men and Little Miss characters had been featured in series. [1] The books' simple stories, with brightly coloured, boldly drawn illustrations, made them very popular, with sales of over 100 million worldwide across 28 countries. They do not wear clothes. [2]

The first six Mr. Men books were published in United Kingdom in 1971, priced at 20p each. Mr. Tickle was the first Mr. Men character created by Hargreaves, inspired by his son, Adam , who had asked him what a tickle looked like. Hargreaves responded with a round, orange figure with long, bendy arms.

I'm so forgetful right now I'm not sure if it is lack of food, lack of sleep or I'm just losing my mind. This week so far I have forgotten two peoples birthdays and its only Wednesday.

I went into work on Monday and there are Happy Birthday banners around my door, I have to check it's not December and not my birthday, then I remember it is my colleagues. I knew about it on Friday but the weekend was in between and I totally forgot again. Her desk was full with cakes, crisps and sweets, I resisted everything, well other than a coke bottle sweet. I impressed myself, I really think I am beating my junk food addiction this time round, even if it is making me forgetful. I had to admit to her that I'd forgotten and so invited her for tea last night and popped out to get a present and card.

Today I went to school and bumped into my brother in law, he said 'Aren't you going to say happy birthday', my response was 'It's not your birthday, shut up'. As soon as I said it I remembered, that shit it really is his birthday and I have well and truly forgotten, even though my sister reminded me on Monday. I apologise and don’t really know what else to say. I've just sent a message to apologise again and hopefully I will remember next year.

 
 
 
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