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United States celebrate Tell a Fairy Tale Day on every 26th day of February.  These stories may have existed even as far back as the primitive age. Parents and grandparents had used to convey these to people when they were kids, thus, are always part of people’s childhood.

Especially when the moon is up, casting a soft glowing, and dreamy light, perfect to stimulate kids’ imagination, and put them to slumber. Although typical accounts start with “Once upon a time …” and end with “… after that they live happily ever after”, but these are not mandatory.

Kids do not care whether these tales are customary or not. With their fertile minds’ eyes, usually they get to enjoy these the most. Unfortunately, it may be sad to know that widespread use of technology may conclude this activity among children as they get to be interested more with other technological diversions.