Lost And Found (Oliver Jeffers) DVD £2.99 @ HMV

12 September 2011

lostAndFoundDVD I've never heard of Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers before but, having read various reviews about the story, I'm clearly going to have to remedy this situation.

Lost and Found is a story about a little boy who finds a penguin on his doorstep (as you do!) and, sensing the penguin is unhappy being so far away from home, decides to row him all the way back to the South Pole.

Now, I'm already sold as that just sounds TOO cute but if you need a bit more persuading, here's what people who've already read/seen Lost and Found have to say about it...

"This animation is incredible. My little boy adores it and tells anyone and everyone about it. I am a massive fan of Oliver Jeffers' books, from one of which this animation is based upon, and therefore I was apprehensive on my first viewing.

My concerns melted away within seconds, the animation is breathtaking, and the narration and music complement it beautifully. If you are to buy one dvd this year, make it this one. I promise you won't be disappointed."

Not enough...?

"I have just watched this completely by accident on televsion, it came on and I couldn't take my eyes off the screen. I have come straight on here to buy it. The animation is absolutely wonderful, the story is warm and fuzzy, a nice tonic for my cynicism! I highly recommend this for all ages, im 25 and I found it spellbinding."

Still want more...?

"Brilliant. I loved it! My wife loved it! My grown up children loved it! My Grandchildren loved it! And it's just the right length to hold attention. A beautiful little gem!"

If that's not enough to help you decide whether or not you want to own, and watch, the Lost and Found DVD then I, humbly, suggest that perhaps it's not for you.

HMV are selling it for £2.99 at the moment, as are Amazon, - there's no postage to pay with either -  so if it goes out of stock in one, you can go and grab it from the other.

Thanks to andywedge at HUKD

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