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Drum roll please... the new Mr Men chosen by the public is Mr Calm!

It's time to meet Mr Calm, who is quite possibly the calmest person in the world. He appreciates the simple pleasures in life and nothing can upset or disturb him, which means he's a calm head in a crisis. But unfortunately not all his friends approach life in the same way. Can Mr Calm help them to change their ways?

Fifty years after Mr Tickle, the very first Mr Men book was published, the public voted for the next two new characters from Little Miss Brave, Mr Calm, Little Miss Energy, Mr Brilliant and Little Miss Kind. A rather relaxed Mr Calm stayed true to his name and was calmly selected alongside Little Miss Brave, as one of the two most popular characters.

The Mr Men and Little Miss have been delighting children for generations with their charming and funny antics. Bold illustrations and funny stories make Mr Men and Little Miss the perfect story time experience for children aged two up. Have you met them all?

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