By Paul Sloane

ISBN-10: 0806986719

ISBN-13: 9780806986715

Lateral pondering is the major to fixing those tantalizing puzzles. full of 1000's of mind teasers and mathematical difficulties, the publication will attempt childrens' powers of good judgment, and endurance! "The good judgment, reasoning, and calculating required by way of the problems...will satisfaction and torment puzzle fans."--Booklist. "Ninety-one how come' mysteries....We by no means get adequate of these."--Games.

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4 metres); how many rungs would now be showing? See Advanced WALLY Test solution on page 35. 1 The Cellar Door •••••• ill • • • • .. .............................................................. A little girl was warned by her parents never to open the cellar door or she would see things that she was not meant to see. One day while her parents were out she did open the cellar door. What did she see? 2 The Deadly Shot .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. . .. ..............................

Q: Was it something he used while driving? A: Yes. 12 Another Man in an Elevator Q: Is he completely capable of operating the elevator? A: Yes. Q: If he wanted to go up to his room at some other time of day would he use the elevator? A: Yes. Q: Do other guests use the elevator to ascend in the evening? A: Yes. Q: Is the man physically normal? A: Yes. Q: Is he alone on his journey at eight every evening? A: No. Q: Does this regular evening journey serve a useful purpose? A: Yes. 13 Growing Younger Q: Was Ben a normal human being?

The . . Grand .. . . Prix . . . . . . .. . . . . . . A world-famous racing driver was approaching a bend in a formula-one Grand Prix race. Suddenly he braked very sharply and came around the bend to find crashed cars strewn dangerously across the track. He had not been able to see over or around the bend. The officials had not warned him and there was no smoke, fire, smell, or noise that he could have detected. So how did he know that something was wrong in time to avoid danger?