Rebecca Berlind

Rebecca Berlind

Biography

Rebecca Berlind lives in Vermont and was born in 1999.

I love to write, but before I learned to write I learned to act. My two passions combined fed off each other and helped me to grow as a writer and an actress. Without theatre I would not be where I am today. Theatre taught me that life is not about being shy or deciding that there are certain things you just can't do, no matter how hard you try. Theatre taught me the opposite, that life has no boundaries and hard work pays off, and most importantly that you can't change who you are, you can only aspire to be a better version of yourself. When I was younger I believed in boundaries and now, because of writing and theatre, I am confident in myself and my decisions, and I know that there are no unbreakable boundaries.

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    Mice on Ice

    Mice on Ice

    by Ed Emberley;Rebecca Emberley and Ed Emberley;Rebecca Emberley

    A group of bundled-up mice skate on a frozen pond, and their trails form a cat, who magically springs to life and joins in the fun. "Exuberant."—Publishers Weekly

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    It's St. Patrick's Day!

    It's St. Patrick's Day!

    by Rebecca Gomez and Mary Morgan

    It's St. Patrick's Day follows two children as they celebrate this joyous Irish hokiday. Beautiful Illustrations compliment east-to-read rhyming text. From dressing in green outfits to dancing an Irish reel, and from finding a four-leaf clover to singing Irish songs and marching in a parade, everyone can be Irish on this special day.

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