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Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael (Credit: Kidsday / Audrey Zhang)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael F. Stokes Elementary School in Levittown, depicts kids playing in the house for a Kidsday story. Audrey has been an artist for Newsday's Kidsday section for the past two years.

Audrey Zhang in the running for Google homepage doodle contest

Using colored pencils and markers, 10-year-old Audrey Zhang spent hours after school for two weeks creating her idea of paradise -- a forest filled with mythical creatures.

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael F. Stokes Elementary School in Levittown, was selected one of 50 state finalists in the 6th annual Doodle 4 Google competition, a national art competition open to K-12 students across the United States to redesign the Google logo. Online voting for the national winner is open until May 10. (May 1, 2013)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael F. Stokes Elementary School in Levittown, was selected one of 50 state finalists in the 6th annual Doodle 4 Google competition, a national art competition open to K-12 students across the United States to redesign the Google logo. This is her artwork. (May 1, 2013)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael
(Credit: Kidsday / Audrey Zhang)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael F. Stokes Elementary School in Levittown, was selected one of 50 state finalists in the 6th annual Doodle 4 Google competition, a national art competition open to K-12 students across the United States to redesign the Google logo. This is her artwork, which she sketched at age 7. (May 1, 2013)

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Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael
(Credit: Audrey Zhang)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael F. Stokes Elementary School in Levittown, was selected one of 50 state finalists in the 6th annual Doodle 4 Google competition, a national art competition open to K-12 students across the United States to redesign the Google logo. This is her artwork for a Kidsday story. (May 1, 2013)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael
(Credit: Kidsday / Audrey Zhang)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael F. Stokes Elementary School in Levittown, was selected one of 50 state finalists in the 6th annual Doodle 4 Google competition, a national art competition open to K-12 students across the United States to redesign the Google logo. This is her artwork for a Kidsday story. (May 1, 2013)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael
(Credit: Audrey Zhang)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael F. Stokes Elementary School in Levittown, was selected one of 50 state finalists in the 6th annual Doodle 4 Google competition, a national art competition open to K-12 students across the United States to redesign the Google logo. This is her artwork for a Kidsday story. (May 1, 2013)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael
(Credit: Newsday / Audrey Zhang)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael F. Stokes Elementary School in Levittown, was selected one of 50 state finalists in the 6th annual Doodle 4 Google competition, a national art competition open to K-12 students across the United States to redesign the Google logo. This is her artwork for a Kidsday story. (May 1, 2013)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael
(Credit: Kidsday / Audrey Zhang)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael F. Stokes Elementary School in Levittown, depicts kids playing in the house for a Kidsday story. Audrey has been an artist for Newsday's Kidsday section for the past two years.

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Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael
(Credit: Kidsday / Audrey Zhang)

Audrey Zhang, 10, a fourth grader at Michael F. Stokes Elementary School in Levittown, depicts children walking through the Parrish Art Museum on the East End for a Kidsday story. Audrey has been an artist for Newsday's Kidsday section for the past two years.

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