Wow! What a busy week of news! In case you missed it, here’s a visual round-up of our stories as drawn by our readers! Thanks for the NOM love.
We started off the week by honoring our veterans in our November 10th article, “Thank You For Your Service.” Drawings have been pouring in all week to honor them. Thanks for this Besan, age 10!
Did you know that soldiers got to read specially-made books called Armed Services Editions? Cameron, age 11 does! Here’s his awesome drawing to our November 10th article, “Books at War.”
Our sports article on the Karate World Championships in Germany inspired Yazmin, age 12, to send in this action-packed drawing!
This David and Goliath tale of a plucky porcupine vs. seventeen lions wowed many young readers including Benny, age 8.
Did you know that people in the Netherlands created solar-powered bike paths? Johanna, age 10, sure does and showed us with this detailed drawing!
For the first time ever, a spacecraft landed on a comet! We got many excited readers about this story including Natalie, age 10.
I mean a TOUCHDOWN on a comet! How cool is that?! Here’s an extra comet drawing to show our excitement. Thanks Jake, age 10.
Wednesday was good a day for planet Earth! That’s when China and the United States made a huge deal to curb greenhouse gases. Thanks Vivian, age 9, for the beautiful view of our planet!
It’s a big year for the Rubik’s Cube! It got inducted into the Toy Hall of Fame. Joneron, age 10, gives a shout-out.
Rounding off the week is this awesome drawing of a tiger-cheetah by Briyanna, age 9. It doesn’t really exist, but if it did, you can be sure NOM would cover it!
Thanks for all the drawings and have a good week everyone!