Eleanor's Secret

Eleanor's Secret
Eleanor's Secret

Year

2009

Duration

74 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English

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In this sweet animated adventure, Nat, who hasn’t yet learnt to read, is left a strange gift by his beloved aunt Eleanor. On a family trip to her old house they uncover a room full of books that has been left to him. Nat is initially disheartened and asks his parents to sell them. However, remembering the wonderful stories he shared with his aunt, he revisits the books and discovers their incredible powers… This is a lovely-looking film with a story that really encourages children to read for fun.

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Contains occasional mild threat and scary scenes.

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