“Nobody celebrates Christmas like New Yorkers. And no town gets dressed up like New York at Christmastime. It’s a feast for the eyes. It’s happiness and good cheer on every corner and Michael Storrings has captured it all for you in this book—A Very New York Christmas.”
Regis Philbin
“A Very New York Christmas gives visitors and residents alike the chance to take home with them the many wonders of the holiday season in New York. From the tree at Rockefeller Center to the illuminated animals at the Bronx Zoo—Michael Storrings shows us New York City at it’s glittering best.”
The Honorable David N. Dinkins (Mayor of New York, 1990--1993)
“A Very New York Christmas is the perfect holiday gift.”
Roger and Sally Horchow, authors of The Art of Friendship.
“Whether you use A Very New York Christmas as a planner for Christmases future or memory book of Christmases past, this little book makes a delightful Christmas present. Featuring the beautiful artwork found on Michael Storrings’ NYC-themed holiday ornaments, the book takes readers on a colorful watercolor tour of Manhattan and the other boroughs…”
Bookpage
“…The 12 Days of Christmas in New York is a clever adaptation of the beloved Christmas carol….the book uses warm-hearted, whimsical illustrations to celebrate the 12 things that everyone loves about New York City at Christmas. You’d be hard-pressed to find turtledoves, French hens, and milk maids in this city, so instead the author captures the perfect New York City moments with staples like chestnut vendors, horse-drawn coaches, and the perennial sidewalk Santas to create a portrait of what the holiday season really feels like in the Big, Apple. 12 Days of Christmas in New York City gives a perfect impression of what it means to spend the holidays in the world’s most famous city.”
Quest Magazine
“Michael is one of those special people who make the world a more beautiful place by using their God-given talent for good. He paints pictures that capture the wonderment of the season. And, once again, yes, he makes me smile.”
Kathie Lee Gifford