Here is an informational science book I wrote when I was six.
MT. EVREST IS ThE TALLEST MOUNTAIN IN ThE WORLD MT. SINI IS A BIBLE MOUNTAIN MT. MICHL IS A hIh PEAK
[Mt. Everest is the tallest mountain in the world. Mt. Sinai is a Bible mountain. Mt. Mitchell is a high peak.]WILLO tREES HAVE mASCETOS BRANChES HANG LOW BRADFRT PARS HAVE FLOWERS BUT ThER SMELY
[Willow trees have mosquitoes. Branches hang low. Bradfort Pears have flowers, but they're smelly.]GOLD FISh LIVE IN SEAS ThEY LOOK GOLD SO ThRE GOLD FISh
[Goldfish life in seas. They look gold, so they're goldfish.]
ROCKS ARE CRESTALS ShELS ARE MINRALS ROCKS ARE DIFRINT
[Rocks are crystals. Shells are minerals. Rocks are different.]WATR CAN HAVE LIFE TO LIKE FISh AND SEA WEED AND ROCKS AND SAND
[Water can have life, too. Like fish and sea weed and rocks and sand.]ROSES HAVE ThORNS DASIYS HAVE POKY MIDlS PANSYS HAVE LOTS OF LAEFS
[Roses have thorns. Daisies have pokey middles. Pansies have lots of leaves.]SAND IS A MISTRY You FIND ShELS AND ROCKS You BILD SAND CASLS
[Sand is a mystery. You find shells and rocks. You build sand castles.]
Mt. Mitchell must've been the only mountain in America whose name I knew. I'm not sure what I meant by saying rocks were different. Or that rocks and sand are alive, for that matter. I wasn't sure exactly what sand was, though, so like a good little scientist I admitted it was a mystery, rather than make something up.