About this book:
Generations of believers in hope and goodwill have made Valentine Davies’ Miracle on 34th Street a treasured part of their holiday traditions. Millions of copies of this award-winning story have sold since its first publication in 1947, delighting readers of all ages. A facsimile edition of the book is now faithfully re-created, offering a new generation–and fans of the original–the beauty of the classic 1940s design. Details of how the book came to be written, and made into a beloved film, are included in a brief historical note.
*Review Contributed by Karen Yingling, Staff Reviewer*
The cinematic orgins of the story also bleed through occasionally, and the sentimentality is typical of holiday fare from this era. Considering this was a movie before it was a book, it’s not a surprise. The writing is still strong, and the slim volume is a quick read.
I’ve never compiled a list of classic Christmas stories, but this would be a good addition to a holiday collection along with Dicken’s Cricket on the Hearth, Henry’s Gift of the Magi and Shepherd’s A Christmas Story.
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