The children of Washington Post employees decided they could draw a better front page headlines than their parents.

As part of ‘Take Your Kids To Work Day” in April, several children of Washington Post employees took it to heart and challenged their parents by drawing better front cover headlines. Addressing everything from the Japanese tsunami, Royal Wedding, tornadoes, Libya, and even a story on a ban on homework, view the gallery below for the kids' visual interpretations of front page news.

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