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‘A day in the life of frontliners’: Twelve-year-old girl creates a COVID-19 related illustration

This #POPKids entry was submitted by Maria Dela Cruz, who wanted to share her goddaughter’s artwork named Marienne Noelle B. Braganza from Dublin, Ireland. The drawing features a frontliner wearing a mask and behind her shows an ambulance vehicle, hospital apparatus, soap, and other COVID-19 related items.

According to Dela Cruz, the 12-year-old girl loves to draw everything, especially when it is requested by one of them.

A photo of Marienne Noelle B. Braganza’ artwork. Photo credit: Maria Dela Cruz/ POP! Kids

POP! Kids/Maria Dela Cruz/Marienne Noelle B. Braganza


If you’re interested in sharing your child’s artworks, poems, short stories, or articles with us on #POPKids, you may send them in via email at [email protected] with the subject ‘POP! Kids contribution’. If our editorial team likes their work, then it may be featured in our POP! Kids section.

Children aged 4 to 12 years old may also submit their works directly to POP! via email but they must have their parents or guardian sign the consent form. 

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