Rosalie K. Fry was a Canadian-born Welsh author who was active during the mid-20th century. She is best known for her children’s literature, particularly her novel “Secret of Ron Mor Skerry,” which was published in 1959. The novel is set in the Scottish Highlands and tells the story of a young girl who discovers a selkie, a mythical creature that can transform from seal to human form. The novel explores themes of friendship, family, and the natural world, and is beloved for its lyrical and enchanting writing style.

Fry’s writing is often associated with the themes of folklore, mythology, and the natural world, and she is known for her ability to create vivid and magical settings that captivate readers of all ages. “Secret of Ron Mor Skerry” remains her most influential work and has been adapted into a film and a television series. Fry’s writing continues to inspire readers and writers alike with its timeless and enchanting storytelling.

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