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WIN one of five copies of BAFTA Children’s Award winner 'Lost and Found'

PUBLISHED: 12:50 03 December 2009 | UPDATED: 16:34 07 September 2010

BAFTA Award Winning Animation Lost and Found will be shown on Nick Jr for the first time on Friday 4th December at 6.30pm. To celebrate the broadcast London 24 has 5 copies of Lost and Found on DVD to be won!

BAFTA Award Winning Animation Lost and Found will be shown on Nick Jr for the first time on Friday 4th December at 6.30pm. To celebrate the broadcast London 24 has 5 copies of Lost and Found on DVD to be won!

Nick Jr will be treating viewers to an early Christmas gift with the channel premiere of Lost and Found, winner of Best Animation at this year's BAFTA Children's Awards. Based on the bestselling book by Oliver Jeffers, Lost and Found is a British made 24 minute film that features a combination of stunning animation, a mesmerising original score and narration from actor and national treasure, Jim Broadbent who brings this heart-warming story alive for all the family. It will be shown as part of the Nick Jr Christmas Movies season throughout December and early January.

Lost and Found is a magical tale of friendship and loneliness, telling the story of a little boy who one day finds a penguin on his doorstep. The boy becomes determined to help the penguin find his way back home... a task that proves harder than anticipated. Undaunted, the boy decides to take the penguin home himself by rowing all the way to the South Pole. However along the way the boy discovers that maybe home wasn't what the penguin was looking for after all.

Q: What is the name of the author on which the Lost & Found story is based?

a) Oliver Hardy

b) Oliver Queen

c) Oliver Jeffers

Please submit your answer using this form under the COMPETITION NAME "LOSTANDFOUND"


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