A story about a little troublemaker with a big heart from the New York Times bestselling author and noted speaker Luvvie Ajayi Jones


Little Luvvie loves her mom. She loves her sister. And she loves doing nice things for other people.

But what happens when doing something nice means breaking some rules? Little Luvvie is about to find out.

Written by the New York Times bestselling author Luvvie Ajayi Jones with bright, bold art by Joey Spiotto, this funny, sweet story about a bighearted girl with the best of intentions is sure to become a family favorite.
Praise for Little Troublemaker Makes a Mess:

Little Troublemaker Makes a Mess shows us that good kids with good intentions sometimes struggle to make good decisionsand this doesn’t call for punishments or lectures, but for connection and learning. Children will love the playful, realistic story, and adults will love the theme of parenting with limits and warmthin other words, everyone wins!" –Dr. Becky Kennedy, Clinical Psychologist, Founder & CEO of Good Inside, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author

"Kids will learn about unconditional love and why it's important to follow the rules. As a fellow baby, we often want to do it on our own and it's important to WAIT for help. Lastly, the breakdown of being a good troublemaker will stick. It's a beautiful book. I can't wait to read it with my girls." –Nedra Tawwab, New York Times bestselling author of Drama Free

“A lighthearted tale perfect for setting little ones on the path to good trouble. . .The playful and brightly colored illustrations match the book’s cheerful mood. Ideal for storytime, this one will also help kids develop social-emotional skills.” –Kirkus Reviews

“[Little Troublemaker Makes a Mess provides] techniques for behavioral and emotional development, such as examples of healthy communication between parents and children, the importance of apology, working together, and breathing techniques for calming down . . . lovely to see a Nigerian American child in the lead of a story celebrating a West African dish.” —Booklist