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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    Poetry Mini–Plays Flip Chart

    Poetry Mini–Plays Flip Chart

    by Rebecca Kai Dotlich


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    Boost early fluency with these adorable rhyming mini-plays young learners can read all by themselves! Topics include frogs, pumpkins, snowmen, insects, and more. Perfect for whole-class, group, or partner use. Written by beloved children’s poet Rebecca Kai Dotlich! 20 pages.

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    Expedition Down Under

    Expedition Down Under

    by Rebecca Carmi

    The popular Magic School Bus stories is now offered in a chapter book format, loaded with the same humor and in-depth science information—and the Friz's fantastical adventures!

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