(Photo credits: Left: Joshua Bragg; right: Elizabeth Behrens. Reprint of photos permitted for publicity purposes only.)
Rebecca Behrens is the author of award-winning, adventurous MG historical and realistic fiction: When Audrey Met Alice, Summer of Lost and Found, The Last Grand Adventure, The Disaster Days, and Alone in the Woods. Visit her online at www.rebeccabehrens.com to learn more.
Rebecca Behrens is the award-winning author of five critically acclaimed middle-grade novels: When Audrey Met Alice, Summer of Lost and Found, and The Last Grand Adventure all explore famous historical figures and fascinating places, and The Disaster Days and Alone in the Woods are thrillingly realistic survival stories. Her books have been honored as Junior Library Guild selections, a Bank Street Best Children’s Book, a WILLA Literary Award Finalist, and an ILA Teachers’ Choices selection. Rebecca grew up in Wisconsin, studied in Chicago, and now lives with her husband in New York City. You can visit her online at www.rebeccabehrens.com.
Alone in the Woods: A thrilling survival story about two former best friends forced to work together to stay alive after getting dangerously lost in a remote national forest. (Sourcebooks Young Readers, 2020)
The Disaster Days: Hatchet meets The Babysitters Club in this epic and thrilling survival story about pushing oneself to the limit in the face of a crisis. (Sourcebooks Young Readers, 2019)
The Last Grand Adventure: Bea finds herself on a unique road trip to search for her grandmother Pidge’s long-lost sister—the legendary Amelia Earhart—in this heartfelt historical adventure. (S&S/Aladdin, 2018)
Summer of Lost and Found: As Nell and Ambrose spend summer days searching for clues about the Lost Colony of Roanoke, someone—or something—is keeping watch over their quest for answers. (S&S/Aladdin, 2016)
When Audrey Met Alice: When First Daughter Audrey finds Alice Roosevelt’s diary, she’s inspired to create her own White House hijinks—leading to a lot of fun . . . and trouble. (Sourcebooks/Jabberwocky, 2014)