"This is a story about a remarkable girl named Annabelle who knit things for things that don't even need sweaters.
She made sweaters for dogs, cats, birds, trees, a pick-up truck, birdhouses, mailboxes and a house.
Sometimes dogs need sweaters, same thing with other animals, but mostly not.
Especially houses do not need sweaters.
It is a very strange thing to make sweaters for houses.
The pictures in the book are mostly black and white but the sweaters are colorful.
To me, this means that the main thing in the story is the yarn and the sweaters.
Yarn and sweaters are good things. Yarn and sweaters make people happy. Happy people should get yarn and sweaters. Sad people should get yarn and sweaters, but not mean people. My mom loves yarn and sweaters. Trees should get sweaters even though they do not need them. Trees make me happy.
I love the book. I like the book. I have read the book three times by now."
BTW: I typed this for her. Otherwise, we would have been here at this desk for 10 hours. Every word was her own, though.