"Janie and the Monkey" by Finn Gaven Johnson, age 4
Janie lives on a mountain and rides a train. She doesn't have a house, so some people are building her a house. She lives on Nabee Hill Mountain. She didn't have a house because she was riding the train for many times. When the train stopped, she got a new house. Down-hill lives a monkey. His house has a sign that says "Monkey's Home." He's a mean monkey. He is bad because he's a taking monkey. He climbs the hill with his hands, on the grass. But they grabbed the monkey and rolled him back down the hill. Then he bonks hisself and gets really mad. But he would be happy if he got a cookie. But at Janie's house they don't have a cookie. So they have to make some with powdered sugar. They walk down the hill, go to the monkey on the grass, and hold out a cookie. The monkey is mad and says, "I don't want a cookie." So they say, "Will you please have a cookie?" And he says "NO! I'll take your cookie and throw it really far away and you'll never get it back." He took the cookie and ran away. They came back again and gave him a whole huge cookie. Then the monkey got happy. They gave him the big giant cookie so the monkey can be happy. They said, "Monkey, can you come to our home?" And he said, "Yes!" And they lived happily after after.
Guess what came next? The big giant T-Rex-Tyrannor-Monkey! The sequel? Maybe...or is it "Nabee?"