This non-fiction article shares information about Canadian R. Ross Annett, a beloved children's lit writer of the early 1900s who became so popular he was able to quit his job and write full-time.
"R. Ross Annett, the namesake of a Writers Guild of Alberta award for children’s literature, was well-known for his short stories about the life of a little girl, Babe, and her family in the Depression era. But there is more to Ross than just The Babe Stories. He was a soldier who fought in the First World War and a hard-working family man. He was also my great-grandfather."
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