National Tell a Fairy Tale Day is observed on February 26 of every year. National Tell A Fairy Tale Day is entirely about myths and stories. The fairy tales are a literary genre which features magical and fantastical characters. Fairy Tales is a form of short stories with fairies, trolls, elves and witches as main characters and these fairy tales are set in the magical world with events which take place open upon a time. Hence take National Tell a Fairy Tale Day as an opportunity to read, tell, and listen to fairy tales.

Obsessed by a fairy tale, we spend our lives searching for a magic door and a lost kingdom of peace.” Eugene O’Neill

History of National Tell a Fairy Tale Day

The exact origin and the founder of National Tell a Fairy Tale Day is still unknown. The origin of most of the fairy tales also remains unknown. Some of the fairy tales may have some basis in truth. With the evolution of stories, Fairy Tales takes more magical quality with the fictional characters like giants, gnomes, fairies, mermaids and much more. The fairy tales which are familiar today are collected and published by the Brothers Grimm. When the tradition of oral storytelling was faded, Jakob and his brother Wilhelm set out a quest to preserve the fairy tales. They published their first volume of stories “Household Tales” in the year 1812. The stories of Jakob and Wilhelm had darker quality and created only for the adult audience.

National Tell a Fairy Tale Day 2018 - February 26
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How to celebrate National Tell a Fairy Tale Day

The best way to celebrate the National Tell a Fairy Tale Day is by setting your imagination free and read all your favorite fairy tales. If you have children, tell some fairy tales to them. For more fun, take a pen and create a new fairy tale. You can watch some of the movies which are based on fairy tales. At Night time, gather your friends, family members and host a fairy tale party. Take pictures while celebrating the National Tell a Fairy Tale Day and share them with others on the social media by using the hashtag #TellAFairyTaleDay.

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