Other and Writer
|Age Levels:||5-10, 11-13, and 14-17|
|Will Travel:||< 500 miles|
|SCBWI Profile:||Member Profile|
I'm the Regional Advisor for the SCBWI Central-Coastal region. My 12 published book titles include Orphan Trains: Taking the Rails to a New Life (September, 2016, Capstone Press) a National Council on Social Studies Notable book for 2017, as well as For the Right to Learn: The Malala Yousafzai Story (August, 2015, Capstone Press) a Skipping Stones Multicultural Award Winner. My other titles include Deep Cover Spies and Double Crossers of the Cold War; Fearless Spies and Daring Deeds of World War II, The Booth Brothers: Drama, Fame and the Death of President Lincoln and The Women's Rights Movement. California Reading Association recently recognized me with the Armin Schulz award for writing that promotes social justice. When I'm not writing I can be found teaching fifth grade in Bakersfield, California.
The author of twelve nonfiction books for young readers, Rebecca Langston-George is available for school visits, readings, literacy events and writing workshops weekends, evenings and non-traditional school days. She's a full time educator with 25 years in the classroom, having taught just about everything from 1st grade to remedial college English. Currently, she teaches fifth grade in Bakersfield, California and serves as the Regional Advisor for SCBWI Central-Coastal California.