This is a two page document that contains an easy-to-read story with blank spaces for children to draw pictures in. To use it, you need to print it front to back and then slice it in half horizontally; I'd have my students fold it in half like a hamburger bun and tear along the fold. Next, fold the two pieces in half, and tuck one inside the other so that the cover and back page face out and pages 3 and 4 kiss each other. Finally, staple twice on the spine.
I created and used paper-efficient mini books like these while teaching English as a foreign language in South Korea. (I looked at the pictures the children drew as a way to assess their reading comprehension.)
I had my students cut or tear the pages themselves, but the younger students did need help stapling the pages together.