Little Acorn: a children’s story on development

Hi everyone!

I’m really excited to share a story I wrote called ‘Little Acorn’.

‘Little Acorn’ is a story that teaches children (and adults 🙂 ) about the Development Principal – God’s principal of life that encourages change and growth.  Though I wrote it 7 months ago, I decided to film and upload it today (incidentally, my 30th birthday!) as I would like to share it as soon as possible.  Ideally though, I’d love the story to be a picture book and am hoping that one of my viewers would like to illustrate this.

If you are an artist and are interested in illustrating this story, please get in touch via our Contact page.

I hope you enjoy the story.

Love, Anna


9 thoughts on “Little Acorn: a children’s story on development

  1. Well done Anna

    On Thu, Aug 17, 2017 at 2:42 PM, One Soul Story wrote:

    > annaneynens posted: “Hi everyone! I’m really excited to share a story I > wrote called ‘Little Acorn’. ‘Little Acorn’ is a story that teaches > children (and adults 🙂 ) about the Development Principal – God’s principal > of life that encourages change and growth. Though I wrote” >

  2. Hello Anna, What a lovely Happy Birthday present you have given to yourself (& to all of us:-) through sharing your Little Acorn story. It made me think & wonder about how often we adults relate to children. Please let me know if you are interested in hearing further what I am feeling & pondering in this regard; It would be great to share with you and see what further understanding comes out of our exchange. With Love, Julie Bennion p.s. we haven’t met, as I have yet to make it to Australia ~ from California!

    > annaneynens posted: “Hi everyone! I’m really excited to share a story I > wrote called ‘Little Acorn’. ‘Little Acorn’ is a story that teaches > children (and adults 🙂 ) about the Development Principal – God’s principal > of life that encourages change and growth. Though I wrote” >

  3. I loved this Anna, thank you and you told it beautifully. Will share. I could see it visually in my mind, but not sure I could translate it to paper, but hope an illustrator comes to you soon. Wonderful stuff! Maxine x

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