In our ‘Wild Alaska’ issue, we asked you to design a global warming monster. What powerful and thought-provoking drawings you sent us! Thank you to everyone who entered the competition.
“I decided to make a cloud monster that changes the climate. EcoBreaker has many powers and gadgets to destroy Earth. He eats coal, then blows smoke, causing pollution and thinning the ozone layer. The blade is to cut down trees so we have less oxygen. His fire hand is to make forest fires to scare animals to show who is boss.”
“I made a fire monster – it is heating up the world. I drew an aeroplane, which made the monster angry, and a tree and a person who is sad.”
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In our October 'Ready, Steady, Glow!' issue, we asked you to create glowing art and, wow, were the entries glorious! Thank you to everyone who sent us their bioluminescent works-of-art. Congratulations to our four winners: Vijay, age 10, Northampton Fireflies Noah, age 10, Portugal Glowing mushro...
In our ‘Nature’s Music’ summer issue, we asked you to write a song or short story about a music-loving dolphin. Thank you to everyone who sent us their entries. We loved reading your stories, poems and songs.