This book will develop a child's reading skills and imagination. Children have a natural curiosity and desire to learn. Learning is supposed to be fun. If reading is fun, the child will be motivated to learn and learning will naturally follow. Children begin with a backwards approach to reading, in that they see the pictures as the story and the words as meaningless. By having the child illustrate the story, the child naturally learns that the pictures come from the words and that the words are the story. The child deciding what to draw fosters the development of the child's imagination and creativity, while exercising the child's reading comprehension skills.