The kids have some art for sale!
National Doodle Day is an annual project in which celebrity doodles are auctioned off to raise money for a charity. Past doodlers include people like Jay Leno, Tony Bennett, and Barack Obama. Proceeds from this year's sales will go to help people suffering from Neurofibromatosis, a disease in which tumors grow along the nervous system.
Someone from the National Doodle Day committee saw an article about the Z-Kids in the newspaper, felt they qualified as celebrities, and invited them to participate.
Here are the Z-Kids' doodles:
Many of the other folks who donated Doodles this year are also involved in children's literature. Here are a few examples:
You can click HERE to see 150 participants in this year's auction.
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Update: Thanks to anyone who bid on the Z-kids' Doodles! We helped to raise $159 toward the total auction tally!