It's a familiar logo redone in color pencil, and it contains a message Zoe Brants hopes billions will see when they log onto Google's Web site.
"I think it will help people show that we do need to come together to really impact the Earth and to really help it," said the 12-year old who attends Laura Ingalls Wilder Elementary in Woodinville.
"Unless we all try to make an effort, then we can’t get much done," she said.
Brants’ redesign of the Google logo shows tiny people applying a band-aid and an ice pack to a globe. A stethoscope replaces the second "G" in Google; a thermometer replaces the "L."
Doodle 4 Google
Zoe beat out 28,000 other students to become a finalist in the 2009 Doodle 4 Google competition, which asked kids to design a logo for the theme "What I Wish for the World."
Now, Zoe and Michael Loria, an 8-year old from Sunrise Elementary in Kent, are heading to the finals next week in New York.