“The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles but to irrigate deserts," wrote CS Lewis in Abolition of Man. When we read, our minds seek answers to questions with a predictable order. By permitting our minds the space to answer these questions early, our minds are calm, receptive, and intrigued. Answering these questions irrigates our minds so the seeds of the story may grow our imaginations. What questions do our minds need answered first so that we can perceive the author's story?