She ends up starting a cookery business based on the recipes and publishing an accompanying book. Through her work she soon meets two intriguing men who seem to be interested in her, but she also unearths some secrets that perhaps should have been left buried.
the windy hill. XI Three cousins 173. XII Medford river 195. The windy hill. Chapter I. The beeman. The road was a sunny, dusty one, leading upward through MedfordValley, with half-wooded hills on each side whose far outline quiveredin the hot, breathless air of mid-June afternoon. Oliver Peyton seemedto have no regard for heat or dust, however, but trudged along withsuch a determined stride that people passing turned to look after him,and more than one swift motor car curved aside to give him room.
by. Hudson, Harriet, 1938-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
She has written under a number of different pseudonyms including Harriet Hudson, Laura Daniels and Alice Carr.
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The Windy Hill is a children's novel by Cornelia Meigs. A brother and sister learn about their own family's history in New England through a series of tales told by the Beeman. The novel, illustrated by Berta and Elmer Hader, was first published in 1921 and was a Newbery Honor recipient in 1922.