Good Clean Puzzles for Kids of All Ages
Readers of all ages will enjoy the challenge of discovering the answers to-or being stumped by-these interactive mysteries. In brief paragraphs and black-and-white illustrations, award-winning author Sandy Silverthorne and John Warner present 70 puzzles, each with a logical "aha" answer that requires thinking outside the box. Clues and answers are included in separate sections. Mystery: A man is looking at a clock that displays the correct time, but he doesn't know what time it is. Why not? Clues: The man can see and tell time perfectly well. The clock is normal and in plain sight. More than one clock is in the room. Solution: Each clock in the room is displaying a different time, so he doesn't know which one is correct. Hours of wholesome entertainment is practically guaranteed!
What Are One-Minute Mysteries? These short mysteries, also known as lateral
thinking puzzles, are often used in groups as an interactive game. Each puzzle
describes an unusual scenario, and it is up to you and your friends to figure out
what is going on. Although it is possible to come up with many answers that seem
to solve the puzzle, the challenge is to find the solution that matches the one in
the back of the book. Each mystery takes less than a minute to read, and then you