Easter is a Christian festival to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Many countries around the world celebrate Easter, and every country has its own ways of doing it. To find out more about Easter, and how it began, click here.
The story of Saint George and the Dragon. Long ago, in the country of Libya, there was a city called Siliene. One day, a huge and powerful Dragon made its nest in a spring, which is where the people of Siliene used to go to fetch water. With the Dragon being in the spring, the people could only get water if they could get the Dragon to move. Now Dragons have a huge appetite, which means they eat a lot. So to get the Dragon to move, the people of Siliene would offer the Dragon a sheep. When the Dragon moved to eat the sheep, the people would hurriedly get water and leave, in case the Dragon was still hungry. In the story the dragon is a metaphor for the devil. Who was Saint George?
Easter, did not start when the Easter Bunny came along with a basket full of eggs and clues. Easter is a Christian festival. This means that within the Christian religion or faith, there is a festival called Easter. Easter Bunny Easter Eggs