Calling All Super Sleuths:

“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.” — Dr. Seuss

January 2018

Laura Emery, Field Editor

Logic puzzles and riddles can be part of the National Puzzle Day challenges. For a chance to win $25, solve the following four brain teasers and then check your answers by finding Hay Seed’s and City Slicker’s thought bubble hidden in the magazine.

Enter your answers and the page number in the form below or send answers with your name, address and phone number to:
Cooperative Living Super Sleuth
P.O. Box 2340
Glen Allen, VA 23058-2340.

• I come in different shapes and sizes; parts of me are curved and some are straight.
You can put me anywhere you like but there is only one place right for me. What am I?

• What makes more as you take them?

• Mary’s mom has four daughters. The first is April, the second is May and the third is June.
What is the name of the fourth daughter?

• What invention lets you see through a wall?