The "Doodle 4 Google" contest asked kids to draw what they would do if they "could do anything."
Bartholomew's entry is called "Heal All the World's Breaks," and features people fixing broken things.
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"Everyone's pain is different," Bartholomew told the Galveston County Daily News. "The world is split, and it seems like a lot of people can't work together."
The winner of the contest will see their logo on Google all day May 27. Perhaps more importantly, the winner gets a $15,000 scholarship and his or her school gets a $25,000 grant.
Judges include representatives from the Sesame Street Workshop, Pixar and the groups that represent the estates of Dr. Seuss and Peanuts creator Charles Schulz.