Dragons have been a part of our history since time began. Interestingly they are all a part of mythology but have served as a source of entertainment, chivalry, and adventure. Some are fire-breathing while others have indestructible scales, some fly, and some are bound to the ground.
Donita K. Paul created Appreciate a Dragon Day in 2004 mainly as an educational tool. Though knights are said to have fought them and Hobbits avoided them, the most popular dragon in history comes from a children’s story, Puff the Magic Dragon.
How to celebrate – Create your own dragon. Read stories to your children about dragons. Discover just how many dragons there have been over time.