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Mona is a little girl who loves to play with words, to pronounce them, to arrange and re-arrange them, to fill her pockets with words and to create new fantastique worlds. It’s not so easy if your parents are hiding behind the perfectly correct words. Mona’s messy letters annoy her father and the vacuum cleaner is always there to make the space clean and empty.
Mona stops talking. But sometimes words have surprises in stock: they pop-up from nowhere. There are itchy words, squeezed words, forgotten words, sweet words that bring together…
Mona Olala is a story of a little girl and her parents but most importantly about the need of words between parents and their kids.
Original text – French language
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