"He'll be here," Molly said. That's when she saw the sign: "Rockefeller plaza Skating CLOSED Christmas Day."
The protagonist, Molly, throughout the entire book tries to convince Josh Cameron that she is his daughter. In the beggining of the book she just sneaks up on him. Then she hides in his car and he brings her to his apartment. I think Molly must have some real nerve for doing that. He gets really mad with her and because of that Josh Cameron's maid finds out and wants to settle everything out. They were doing pretty well until the Evanses have to move because Bill Evans got a job promotion and had to move to California. Molly refuses and refuses and begs and begs. But Barbara still says no, but compromises with Molly and lets her stay with Josh until they leave. That's the protagonist motivation of Miracle on 49th street.
The Antagonist, Josh Cameron, throughout the entire book tries to get his "daughter" out of his life. He doesn't believe it, but Molly really is his daughter. Molly does everything to try to get Josh to understand that he really is the father of Molly Parker. Molly gave him letters from Jen, his old and only girlfriend he ever had. It states in the letters that Molly and Josh are really blood family. But Josh still doesn't believe. He thinks that Molly just wrote them so Josh would believe her that he is her dad. That is the Antagonist Motivation of Miracle on 49th Street.
The climax happens when Molly finally stops begging and Barbara lets Molly stay with Josh only for the amount of time until they have to leave to got to Los Angeles. Molly through that period of time does almost everything with Josh. She goes to about every one of his basketball games and watches the games where she always watches. This is the climax of the book Miracle on 49th Street.
Some of the conflicts in the book involve Barbara, Josh, and Bill's job promotion in California. One of the conflicts is between Barbara and Molly. Barbara wouldn't let Molly live with Josh, Molly's real father. They usually always fought and weren't very nice to each other. In the very end they comprimised and Molly was allowed to stay with Josh, but only until they left for California, when they finally got along with each other and didn't fight again in the book. Another conflict was between Josh and Molly. Josh was so mean to Molly for almost the whole entire book. If Josh wasn't so mean to Molly everything probably would have worked out in the beggining of the book, but it didn't all work out in the begining. In the end though, Josh finally respected Molly and called her his daughter. Another conflict involved Bill's job promotion in California because if he didn't get that promotion Molly wouldn't have almost left her father for a long time. Barbara and Molly also wouldn't have fought as much and everything would have gone really nice in the end. Those are the conflicts in the book Miracle on 49th Street.
The resolution in the book is when Barbara finally let Molly stay with Josh. Because of that, Molly and Josh became friends and family. For the first time in the book they both, Molly and Josh, finally respected each other and didn't ever not like each other again in the book. That was the resolution in the book Miracle on 49th street.
Somebody Wanted But So
Molly Parker wanted to tell Josh Cameron that they were family. But Josh didn't believe Molly. Later in the book, Josh likes Molly and would keep her for good, but Molly's step-mom, Barbara, said no to that. They all in the end almost had Molly live with Josh until Molly's step-dad got a job promotion and they had to move to California. So Barbara lets Molly stay with Josh up until they leave for California.