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