A cheerful Christmas appetizer, these three stories which were originally Christmas eve broadcasts in his ""Letter from...

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CHRISTMAS EVE: Three Stories

A cheerful Christmas appetizer, these three stories which were originally Christmas eve broadcasts in his ""Letter from America"" series to England and appear here in more permanent form for ""children of all ages"". This commentator's charm and first person candor brighten these rather incidental incidents of Zebulun Adams, an old man in an old folks' home, who became a Santa Claus and borrowed a taxi cab for the midnight rider of a young Hollywood employee with a reconditioned psyche and a compulsion to see snow at Christmas; and of a Hudson Valley legend of Rambout Van Dam and his three daughters which had a contemporary recurrence....

Pub Date: Nov. 10, 1952

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Publisher: Knopf

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1952