Harry Bliss, cover artist for The New Yorker magazine and illustrator of several children's books, talks about one of his New Yorker covers May 15, 2014, during a presentation to second-graders at Coosa Elementary School in Beaufort. Bliss' appearance at the school, which included an autograph-signing session and pizza party, came after student Nathan Tran won the grand prize in an illustration contest sponsored by Scholastic, a large publisher of educational books.
Harry Bliss, cover artist for The New Yorker magazine and illustrator of several children's books, talks about one of his New Yorker covers May 15, 2014, during a presentation to second-graders at Coosa Elementary School in Beaufort. Bliss' appearance at the school, which included an autograph-signing session and pizza party, came after student Nathan Tran won the grand prize in an illustration contest sponsored by Scholastic, a large publisher of educational books. Staff photo
Harry Bliss, cover artist for The New Yorker magazine and illustrator of several children's books, talks about one of his New Yorker covers May 15, 2014, during a presentation to second-graders at Coosa Elementary School in Beaufort. Bliss' appearance at the school, which included an autograph-signing session and pizza party, came after student Nathan Tran won the grand prize in an illustration contest sponsored by Scholastic, a large publisher of educational books. Staff photo

Photo and video: Honors for a Coosa Elementary 2nd-grade illustrator

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