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Charles Roger Hargreaves is an illustrator and author from Britain, especially the story of Mr. Men and Little Miss, books' simple and silly story, with colorful, has become part of popular culture for more than 25 years, with sales of more than 85 million worldwide in 20 languages.
Hargreaves was born on 9 May 1935

He spent a year working in his father washing and dry cleaning business before starting out in advertising. But first ambition was to become a cartoonist, and, in 1971, when he worked as creative director at a company in London. He initially had trouble finding a publisher, but, once he was, the books became an instant success, selling over a million copies within three years. In 1975 it gave birth to an animated BBC television series called Mr. Men Show, Mr. Tickle is voiced by Arthur Lowe. This is very surprising

In 1976, Hargreaves had quit his job. In 1981, Little Miss series of books began to appear. It was made into a television series in 1983, is narrated by John Alderton, who, with Pauline Collins, voicing Men and Misses, respectively. Although Hargreaves wrote many other children's stories, including Timbuctoo series of twenty-five books, John Mouse, and Roundy and Squary book, he is best known for his book 46 Mr Men and Little Miss books 33

Between 1979 and 1982 Hargreaves lived with his family in Guernsey. Then they settled in Sussex Farm House near Cowden, Kent. In 1988 Hargreaves died in Kent and Sussex Hospital, Royal Tunbridge Wells, after a stroke. After his death, his son Adam continued to write and draw Mr Men and Little Miss characters with new stories. However, in April 2004, Roger's wife Christine sold the rights to Mr Men characters to the UK entertainment group chorion, for £ 28 million.

With his family while his wife, Christine, Hargreaves had four children: Adam, Giles, and twins Sophie and Amelia. The first of the Mr Men characters is reported to have been created when Adam asked his father what a tickle looked like. Hargreaves drawing the figure with a round orange body and long, arm rubber, which became Mr Tickle.
he was a figure who will always be remembered by many children around the world

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