Reading fun for kids from Canada’s public libraries

Juliet the Cat

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Step 1: Start with a pencil and draw lightly (you will erase the pencil later on). Draw a circle on the right side of your page.
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Step 2: Draw an upside-down triangle for a nose and two lines for eyes...
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Step 3: And two triangle ears.
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Step 4: Add a long, thin body...
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Step 5: And now the tail!
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Step 6: Draw the legs. The first two...
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Step 7: And two more legs
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Step 8: Use a pen or thin marker and start tracing some of the pencil lines. Follow the example closely!
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Step 9: Tracing...
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Step 10: And more tracing. Remember, don’t trace ALL the pencil lines. Follow the example.
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Step 11: Trace the last two legs.
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Step 12: Add a few of the final details.
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Step 13: Wait for the pen or marker to dry. Then, carefully erase the pencil lines.
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Step 14: You’re all done! Way to go!