** A Little to the Left** isn’t your typical puzzler. It requires precise positioning and careful shifting. You’ll have to place the objects in each level just right to succeed. To help, my guide provides you with

**all the solutions and answers**to every puzzle in the game.

## Puzzle Solutions and Left Books Solutions

There are five chapters in *A Little to the Left*. And there are 15-25 levels in each one. I found all five chapters quite complex, so you can definitely expect some *serious* challenges. Well, unless you use my guide from beginning to end. Let’s get solving!

### Chapter 1: Home Sweet Home Puzzle Solutions

- Make the cat painting straight.
- Put every cat toy inside the basket.
- Sort the pencils by lightest to darkest color.
- Arrange the sticky notes so every note connects into a doodle.
- Make the paintings straight.
- Arrange the sheets in ascending order from largest to smallest.
- Sort the books by height or thickness.
- Sort the CDs in a vertical alignment.
- Continue the designs on the envelopes using the stamps.
- Ensure that the doodle connects to every note in the grid by placing the sticky notes.
- After counting how many pins there are of each color, place them inside the plant with the equivalent number of berries.
- Place the stickers on the written dates.
- Sort the books so that every book has the same pattern running across the base of the spines.
- Rotate the paintings so that the subjects and perspectives are shown from the right side up.
- Ensure that the doodle connects to every note in the grid by placing the sticky notes.
- Sort the pencils from the sharpest to dullest tips.
- Organize the items so there aren’t any gaps and they completely fill the desktop.
- Arrange the books to reflect the rainbow gradient.
- Sort the pencils according to height, starting with the tallest.
- Push the record player’s arm to the second song without scratches, and turn the dials until the light above turns on.

### Chapter 2: The Lost Recipe

- Turn the soup cans so the tomatoes face up in each one.
- Sort the jars from yellow to green by a gradient order.
- Place the largest spoon on the bottom of the stack and the smallest spoon on top.
- Make sure that the design appears on every bowl by spinning them.
- Move the jars until the color gradient is in place in both rows.
- Organize the eggs into a checkered pattern.
- Arrange the bread ties along the sides to click together like a puzzle.
- Shake off all the stickers by spinning the fruits.
- Arrange the noodles from straightest to curliest.
- Turn the glasses around so that one picture aligns with the exact same one on the reverse.
- Keep arranging the table correctly each time until the level is over.
- Arrange the food symmetrically on the platter.
- Sort the cans so there’s only one color in each column.
- Turn the postcards so that each one connects to the water.
- Connect the items to the subsequent items via labels.
- Sort the pictures to show a cat dropping and breaking items.

### Chapter 3: Nitty Gritty

- Sort the cleaning products to fit together like a puzzle.
- Arrange everything so they fit by turning labels.
- Sort all the items from largest to smallest.
- Organize the cookware to fit everything perfectly.
- Arrange the lightbulbs precisely.
- Arrange all of the items perfectly in every slot.
- Align the paint drips by spinning the paint cans.
- Arrange the buttons according to hue.
- Sort the keys by height, starting with the tallest.
- Fit everything into the toolbox precisely.
- Align the labels to fit everything in the cabinet precisely.
- Arrange the tools to fit on the pegboard.
- Clean each penny with the cloth.
- Arrange the items according to hue.
- Align the arrows with the boxes.
- After cleaning the vase with the cloth, raise the flowers until fully open.

### Chapter 4: Inner Nature

- Reassemble the vase using the parts along the bottom.
- Wipe up spills and paw prints with the cloth.
- Remove either one of two specific leaves from the plant.
- Sort the leaves by color gradient.
- Arrange the plants with the leaves in a straight line.
- Sort the jewels by color gradient.
- Arrange all the items symmetrically.
- Trim the appropriate number of leaves.
- Put the items in the appropriate compartments.
- Arrange all items symmetrically.
- Arrange the rocks to blend their hues.
- Fit all jewels as in the puzzle.
- Arrange all clovers symmetrically.
- Align the pattern with its components by dragging and zooming. Do this three times.
- Snatch up the bugs and arrange them in the opposite direction of the bug that has previously been captured.

### Chapter 5: Near Earth Organizer

- Sort the five paintings on the left in the order indicated by the hints on the screen.
- Turn the hands of the clock to correspond with the shadow.
- Arrange all shadows to fit the figures.
- Connect the stars until you get an image of a cat on its back.
- Adjust the icons on the laptop screen to correspond with the surroundings, then use those to arrange the surroundings symmetrically to the screen.
- Put matches into the matchboxes according to the hues.
- Use a match to melt candles until they’re all the same height.
- Arrange the objects as they appear in the mirror.
- Use the light shade to highlight the nearby electronics.
- Every time the pulsating, colored circle becomes the same size as the larger background circle, pet the cat and keep petting it.
- Turn the pencils around.
- Arrange the cat toys from left to right symmetrically.
- Click the sticky notes in reverse to continue the pattern.
- Rotate the rings until only one color remains in each stack of cans.
- Remove the eggs, strawberries, and forks from the screen by spinning them.
- Turn the soup cans so that only the tomatoes are visible.
- After positioning the knut correctly, click on the backward sections to flip them.
- Arrange the scrapers by spinning them.
- Sort the ladybugs by fewest to most spots.
- Turn the shadow rings until the appropriate piece is behind each shadow.
- Sort the Tupperware by size, stacking the larger ones first.
- Fit everything, including crumbs, into the Tupperware container.
- Place the Tupperware where the cat can jump on it.

That’s my complete guide to **all the solutions and answers in A Little to the Left**. It’s an interesting puzzle game that certainly tested my puzzle-solving skills, and if you enjoyed it, you might also like

**Witch Beam’s**.

*Unpacking*