05.06.12 by Jeff

Kids Draw the News

Kids Draw The News / New York Times
Ben Raviv, 6, Israel

Kids Draw the News is on-going feature in the New York Times where children illustrate current events! Love this idea! The drawings I’ve included here are all for a story about a Manhole Cover Mystery. If you’ve got kids you should submit their drawings!

Kids Draw The News / New York Times

Armando Chavez, 10, Whitestone, N.Y.

Kids Draw The News / New York Times

Caedmon, 8, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

Kids Draw The News / New York Times

Madeleine P., 7, Seattle, Washington

Kids Draw the News

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • wright_works

    LOVE THIS!





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