Ten-year-old Niko, the last of his kind in a strange world, embarks on an epic quest to bring light back to his land. Armed with his magic sword, Niko journeys to the Cursed Volcano, making...
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Ten-year-old Niko, the last of his kind in a strange world, embarks on an epic quest to bring light back to his land. Armed with his magic sword, Niko journeys to the Cursed Volcano, making new friends and powerful foes while uncovering secrets about his mysterious past.Written by
Niko and the Sword of Light is an inspirational and beautifully animated new series that's a must for all youngsters!
My daughter who is 12 years old has just watched the first episode of Niko and the Sword of Light with me.
She thought the story line was genius, truly original and like nothing she has seen before. She really liked the fact that Princess Lira is very independent and provides a good example to young girls that it's not only male characters who can be strong and heroic.
The story has a great balance of adventure and humour and conveys a strong message about how believing in yourself and never giving up can enable you to achieve great things, even when the going gets really tough! The characters bring this message alive in a way that will really engage and inspire young people.
My daughter loved Niko and the Sword of Life and felt children younger than her will enjoy it too. The humour makes the scary bits not very scary!
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