Feb 212014

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Missy Mila

Do you have a little girl/boy that loves to have interaction with the movie they’re watching?  If so, this is the movie they would love.  Mila keeps your child’s attention as to what’s going on especially when they start talking to your child and asking questions.  Mila is totally active in that she is all around the screen as an action movie sort of thing.  For example check this out:

That was just a little taste of Missy Mila in one of her films.

Missy Mila is an 8 yr. old quirky kinda energetic tomboy who just loves to tell you traditional story-tales, but with her own little twist.   The kids will be inspired to use their imagination, and to become storytellers too!  The kids will want to play along when Mila’s direct-to-camera asides all along the episode; her questions and games bring the kids right into the story.  Fun,  huh?

Well, how about Missy Mila Vol. 1 includes episodes such as: The Hidden Princess, The Toupouloupou, Baba Yaga the Witch, Djoha’s Last Lie, Piboule and the Bear, Strabiwolf the Telltale, The Donkey and the King,  The Houses of the Pig Brothers, Elvis, Captain Bloody-Nose the Pirate, The Leprechaun’s Treasure, Aurel the Mocker, Pancho Pimento’s Riddle.  Volume II has: Toadette the Frog, Prince Gabo, Miss  Lazy, Bigmess the Ogress, The Mermaid’s Secret, The Ghost Who Couldn’t Scare, Quentin, and his Dragon, Tounde the Ginormous Elephant, Rodolphe and Carlo, Chantal and Noemie, Greedy Liza, Tinytiny, The Two Tinanooks.  Missy Mila is recommended for children ages 5-8, and for more information visit www.organa.com.

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  2 Responses to “Missy Mila Twisted Tales Review”


    This totally looks like so much fun. I will have to get this for my granddaughter when she gets old enough.


    I love how companies these days are making games and movies interactive to help children learn earlier on!

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