Remember that reports are meant to be informative: to tell the reader what was done, what was discovered as a consequence and how this relates to the reasons the report was undertaken.
For example, if a student writes a book report on a biographythen the different stages of the person's life and important people in the person's life should be in the report.
He ate the cheapest food. They run away as fast as they can to the City Mouse hole.
In this case, you should try to be open-minded. City Mouse took him to the kitchen of a big house.
Has all the material been checked for accuracy? The grasshopper asked the ant why is he very busy working and gathering foods when there is so plenty to eat at that moment.
Include only relevant material in your background and discussion. Then the rainy days came.