I've been enthralled with logic since junior high school and loved animals longer than that. The puzzles in this book are divided into five sections: Solving Logic Grids, Solving Syllogisms Using Venn Diagrams, Solving for Common Bonds, Solving Analogies, and Solving for Relative Location. Each section contains an explanation of how to work the specific type of puzzle and four puzzles. Five bonus puzzles at the end provide extra fun and challenge!
Unlike typical themed logic problems, the puzzles in Animalogical may not always provide all the needed information in a straightforward way. The solvers may need to go an extra step or two to find information about the animals before they apply the logic. In this way, students are challenged to seek out more detailed information about zoology and the animal kingdom. It may mean looking up a black-footed paua to find out what in the world it is, or finding out whether or not pangolins have an exoskeleton. Whatever it means for you and your students, I trust that you will find it Worth the Work.