Chal­lenge your­self by solv­ing th­ese puz­zles and mind stretch­ers, then check your an­swers on page 127.

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The red bird­house is on a higher branch than the yel­low one.

The yel­low bird­house is to the left of the blue one, but not nec­es­sar­ily di­rectly to the left.

The blue one hangs from a thicker branch than the red one.

Only one of the fol­low­ing three state­ments is true:

The red bird­house is in the top row.

The yel­low bird­house is in the left col­umn.

The blue bird­house hangs from one of the two thick­est branches. Can you fig­ure out where each bird­house was placed?

BIRDHOUSES (Dif­fi­cult)

The Robin­sons have three birdhouses in dif­fer­ent colours: red, blue and yel­low. They’ve hung them in a tree so that they face their home. They had a num­ber of branches to choose from, in the con­fig­u­ra­tion shown.

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