|Mrs. Kellogg believes that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so
she insists that the five Kellogg children, including Brad, each have three
items--a cereal, a toaster product, and a juice--to start the day. This morning,
as it turned out, no two of the children ate the exact same item as part of their
three-course breakfast. Given the menu below, can you determine what each Kellogg
kid ate this a.m.?
- Neither Chad nor his sibling who ate the Rice Krispies is the one who
had pita bread from the toaster.
- Neither David nor Erica drank the glass of pulp-free orange juice.
- The Kellogg kid who had an English Muffin with butter and strawberry
jam didn't combine it with V-8 juice.
- The one who chose Count Chocula and cran-grape juice didn't also have
the Cinnamon toast.
- The sibling who drank tomato juice didn't eat the English muffin or the
bagel with cream cheese.
- Neither the child who ate the pita nor the one who had Lucky Charms is
the Kellogg kid who picked V-8 juice for breakfast today.
- David had Cinnamon toast and apple juice yesterday, so he picked neither
- Chad didn't have Lucky Charms as his cereal.
- Alison enjoyed a bowl of Fruit Loops for breakfast; neither the pita nor
the Cinnamon toast accompanied the Fruit Loops with her meal.
- The child who had Rice Krispies didn't have V-8 or Cinnamon toast along with
the "Snap, Crackle, and Pop" cereal.
- The Kellogg kid who picked Alphabits--not Chad--chose neither apple nor
tomato juice to accompany the cereal.
- One had a toasted blueberry Pop-Tart to start today.