Reviews for Miracle on 34th Street


Horn Book Guide Reviews 2002 Spring
Presented as a near-facsimile of the first edition, this is the story of Kris Kringle, a MacyƆs St. Nick who convinces the world, and a dubious little girl, that he really is Santa Claus. Children familiar with the 1947 film version, televised every holiday season, may be drawn to the book even though it is written from an adult perspective. Copyright 2002 Horn Book Guide Reviews

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Publishers Weekly Reviews 2001 September #4
Several reissues make a reappearance this season. Leading the list is a facsimile edition of Miracle on 34th Street by Valentine Davies. The handsome volume re-creates the 1947 edition with heavy cream-colored paper and a font that emulates the original hot-metal type. (Oct.) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.

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Publishers Weekly Reviews 2002 September #4
The Miracle on 34th Street Ornament and Book Gift Set pairs Valentine Davies's 1947 holiday classic, designed to match its original 1947 edition, with a painted wooden ornament. The vintage look, with its muted reds and greens, is eye-catching in its understatement. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.

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