LILLY IS the littlest acorn in her family. But despite her small size, she dreams to one day grow to become as big and wise as Momma Acorn, her loving mother. But her brothers and sisters think Lilly is too small and will never be a large tree.
At the turn of the season, the winds whisk Lilly away from the familiar branches of Momma Acorn, and she finds herself in uncertain surroundings. She awakens Willie and Oakly, the oldest trees in the forest, and learns the value of believing with her heart.
THIS STORY IS FOR the wide-eyed dreamer in us all. With your little ones in your lap, this inspirational story and its beautiful illustrations (by Andrew Kinzler) will transport you to an imaginative world full of color and unique characters.
If you dream with all your heart,
and believe it with your soul,
then your branches will be large,
and to the sky you will grow.
Once the Book was written, SkyGate had to format the text spread-by-spread before the illustrations were conceived. This ulitimately required early understanding of what of each composition would be and how they would flow with the layout of the text.
Early thumbnails were drafted by SkyGate of each spread depicting the action and composition. These were then sent to our illustrator who sketched the illustrations by hand. These drawings were then color graded and prepped for text insertion.
SkyGate not only produced the paperback version of the Little Acorn, but also created eBook formats for all major platforms. We also then brought in excellent voice actors and produced a unique read-along feature coupled with the eBook experience.
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Filmmaker, author, and founder of SkyGate Studios in Little Rock, Arkansas, Scott has been telling stories for large audiences for over 15 years. Inspired by C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, his passion is to provide metaphorical perspectives on timeless truths. He grew up amid the countryside of Ferndale, Arkansas, and he was always creating characters and drawing comics inspired by his surroundings. In fact, it was when he was 10 that he wrote “The Little Acorn.” He and his wife Amber have two children.
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