[The Puzzle suggestion is useful in increasing meaning and comprehension.]
Reading can be like putting together a jigsaw puzzle. I remember a time when I really enjoyed doing a puzzle. I saw the parts all spread out in front of me on the table. Some looked familiar, like things that I had seen before. Some had no pattern, just out-parts and in-parts, but they looked like they might fit together. I looked again and saw two bits with the same shade, and when I tried them together they fit with a click. What pleasure! More and more I pushed and fit and clicked. Soon the whole puzzle seemed to make sense. I can do that with my books.
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