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This is a story about a troublemaker. She is sent to a mermaid queen who admonishers her for scaring the beachgoers and generally creating havoc. The mewrmaid queen caused her to expel a bubble when she said something untrue. This stopped her from pestering the people at the beach. Soon Little Miss Trouble stopped trying to make trouble and became an expert sand castle constructor and was happy. ( )
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Little Miss Trouble just loves causing trouble for all the Mr. Men! But when she causes too much trouble at the beach one day, a mermaid decides to teach her a lesson.

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When Little Miss Trouble goes to Seatown, she decides to spend her holiday causing trouble.

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