"You can use this activity to strengthen your child's reading comprehension skills. After reading together, have your child complete this card to tell about a character from the story. It's like a baseball card. Your child draws a picture of the character on one side and writes information on the other. Some of the blanks will require your child to fill in information on the other. Some of the blanks will require your child to fill in information stated in the story. This is literal comprehension. Your child may fill in other blanks by making inferences - using what he or she knows about the character and then making a sensible guess. Together, these skills help children gain a fuller understanding of what they read."
Upon completion of the "story" this is what Kees gleaned from book.
I laughed so hard I was crying! That kid is hilarous.