The answer, of course, is yes. I'll confess, in my five year library career, I've been a bit slack in the report department. My monthly reports tend to be quarterly, and one year I did my annual report as an Animoto video, because I figured nobody read it anyway, and maybe they'd watch a 2 minute video.
This year, I gave myself a stern talking to, and not only did a report, I wrote one 11 pages long. That's a record for me (they tend to average 3-4 pages). I'm sure there's more I could have included, and I imagine my next will be longer yet, as I continue to sort out what to include.
This time, I worked at making it visually rich. Theoretically, that should make it easier (and more interesting ) to read than a bunch of dry text and statistics. That said, I struggle with how much of "the vision thing" to include, when the report is already 11 pages. My secondary principal groaned when I told her that. Much as I admire Buffy's hefty 20 pager, I think my admin would strangle me if I turned in something that huge.