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From time to time, parents may express exhaustion at having to arrange everything. We offer the following, sincerely hoping that these simple hand-craft occupations might at least have some entertainment value during summer days when time grows heavy.
While creating a comestible dragon may seem a bit daunting, it is really rather simple. Follow the period-inspired recipes and dragon-fashioning directions here and it will be easy. Recipes include: Medieval Cheesecakes, Festival Berry Cake, Legendary Chocolate Cakelets, Sandwichy Fixings, Saints and Dragons Loaves,
In illuminated manuscripts, tapestries, paintings and fables, dragons have a habit of revealing themselves in alarming and dangerous ways. For those of us who are more of the stay-at-home persuasion, yet crave something of a firsthand encounter with dragons, the safest and most likely place to venture is right outside the door, whacking about in the garden or the fields just beyond.
The celebration of childhood that coincided with Victoria's reign breathed new life into children's literature; and with it fairy tales seemed to flow from nearly every renowned pen. One of the most famous The Reluctant Dragon by Kenneth Grahame.
This installment from the Isles of Rune begins the story of the coming of the dragons, who labored with the Iseoren to help create the Isles. The Iseoren loved the dragons and made a garden homeland for them. Enke was a little girl whose father was one of the keepers of the dragons. In the beginning, the dragons and the Iseoren dwelt happily together.
By Al R. Young The The Reluctant Dragon issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios. This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - Promised To See You Home (2 pages)Hearth - DO Stop Asking Me To Arrange Things! (4 pages)Kitchen - Don't you worry, it's only a dragon (6 pages)Garden - I Think It's A Dragon (4 pages)Workshops - At the Magic Word (3 pages)Bookshelf - Tell us a story, please, won't you? (1 page)Garret - Enke and the Dragons, part 1 (3 pages)The Reluctant Dragon is the 123rd issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »