Nan Sherwood, like all grandmothers loves their family and having them all around at different times of the year. The most festive season of them all, Christmas time is when everyone comes to visit her. Nan Sherwood's winter Holidays tells the story of the families joyful Christmas holidays and the mischief of the young grandchildren. Walter and Grace had started for Chicago that morning, and when the two Tillbury girls saw how hard it was snowing when Charley, with his 'bus on runners, drove them to the station, they wished that they had asked the privilege of Dr. Beulah Prescott, the principal, of going early, too. "This yere's goin' to be a humdinger of a storm," prophesied Charley. "You gals'll maybe get snowed up on the train." "Oh! What fun!" cried the thoughtless Bess. "I hope not!" proclaimed Nan. "I think it would be fun, Nan," urged her chum. "Humph! How about eating?" queried the red-haired girl, Laura Polk, who would be one of the party as far as the Junction. "Oh, there's a dining-car on this train," said May Winslow, who was to speed away to the South to spend Christmas, where there was no ice or snow, and where the darkeys celebrate the holiday with fire-crackers, as Northern people do the Fourth of July. Continue the journey with the whole family including Nan Sherwood! If you enjoy the Christmas spirit and family tales that are always interesting you will enjoy this original classic edition of Nan Sherwood's winter Holiday.