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Teenage princess Elena has saved her magical kingdom, Avalor, from an evil sorceress and must now learn to rule as its crown princess. Elena's adventures will lead her to understand that her new role requires thoughtfulness, resilience and compassion, the traits of all truly great leaders. Since she is only 16 years old, she has a Grand Council comprised of her grandparents, older cousin Chancellor Esteban and a new friend, Naomi, to give advice along the way. Elena also looks to her younger sister Isabel, her friends Mateo and Gabe, and a trio of magical flying creatures called jaquins for guidance and support.Written by
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Before I get started with my opinion of this show I just want to say how I look at stories of any kind. First, it's from a writer's perspective as I look at anything like this by the strength, creativity and the fun of the characters as well as the story itself, regardless of whether it is on a stage, in the cinema, on the television or on the page, so it doesn't matter to me if it's live action or animated, if it's directed to a child or adult audience, it only matters to me if the story and the characters are up to a high standard.
Secondly, i look at it from an uncle's viewpoint as I only started watching this show to see if I felt it was good enough for my nieces to watch and found that it wasn't only good enough for them to watch but I found it highly entertaining myself. The weird thing about that is I am a 38 year old man who definitely sees the merit, fun and beauty that is Elena of Avalor. The morals it teaches are top notch and the values of the characters are amazing, especially that of the title character, and her love of her family.
Believe me, I being a grown adult would not ordinarily come out and tell people I love a show for little girls but in this case, I felt the need to let any parents who are on the fence about this show know that at least this one adult highly recommends it. I wish all shows for kids could teach the lessons and morals this show does and not merely exist to be silly or downright foolish, as many shows are nowadays.
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