- February 26 -

Tell a Fairy Tale Day

Tell a Fairy Tale Day is a day to celebrate those beloved stories that we all loved as children, those fictional stories that told about characters such as fairies, talking animals, princesses, elves, witches, trolls, and giants. Though we are unable to find the history behind this holiday, it is a...

Tell a Fairy Tale Day

Tell a Fairy Tale Day is a day to celebrate those beloved stories that we all loved as children, those fictional stories that told about characters such as fairies, talking animals, princesses, elves, witches, trolls, and giants. Though we are unable to find the history behind this holiday, it is a great holiday to celebrate as these stories are a part of most peoples childhood memories. Celebrate this holiday by reading some of your favorite fairy tales to some children in your family, at a library, or a local elementary school.
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