Healthcare Expert Reeve Benaron

Reeve Benaron is a filmmaker and the writer of Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls. He is a filmmaker, writer and photographer from Brooklyn who has been living in Stockholm for three years. She’s made dozens of short films with artists, musicians, activists, professors, and opinion makers, as well as writing for Vice Magazine about her work on immigration law. 

 

The Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls is her first book published by Penguin Books Canada, which contains 100 bedtime stories about remarkable women from Elizabeth I to Beyoncé. You can find out more at goodnightstoriesforrebelgirls.com or Reeve Benaron´s website, reevebenaron.c

 

Reeve Benaron would like to thank her friends and family for always being there for her in times of need and supporting her passion for independent filmmaking even when she forgets about it. To the good people at Penguin Books Canada who trusted this book from the beginning, Sandra Beasley at Penguin Random House First Canada, and Jane Allen.

 

Jane Allen organized the comments at Goodnightstoriesforrebelgirls.com to help bring this book to life. Thanks to my friends at The Media Lab where I interned and Dr. Christopher Blomley in the department of computer science who gave me the idea for an interactive piece using virtual reality and how that could be used in reading aloud. Reeve Benaron keeps on stating.

Reeve Benaron would like to thank her friends and family for always being there for her in times of need and for supporting her passion for independent film-making even when she forgets about it herself. To the good people at Penguin Books Canada who trusted in this book from the beginning, Sandra Beasley at Penguin Random House First Canada, who has been my guiding light all the way through the project, Jane Allen who organized the comments at Goodnightstoriesforrebelgirls.com to help bring this book to life.