- Rebecca Rubin
- Louis Rubin
- Victor Rubin
- Mama Rubin
- Benny Rubin
- Sadie and Sophie Rubin
- Ana Rubin
- Josef Rubin
- Michael Rubin
- Max Shepard
- Lily Armstrong
- Fannie Rubin
- Jacob Rubin
Chapter One: A Bar Mitzah Celebration
Chapter Two: Steeplechase - The Funny Place
Chapter Three: Thrills, Chills, and Skills
Chapter Four: Striking Out Alone
Chapter Five: Reaching New Heights
Looking Back: America Outdoors in 1914
Discusses how New Yorkers spent time outdoors in the 1910s. Topics covered:
- The rising popularity of seaside visits, as it was becoming easier for families to take trips to the beach and other outdoor destinations.
- Coney Island's stance as the biggest and most popular seaside resort, and the variety of games and acts people could see at the park.
- The different areas of Coney Island, such as Steeplechase Park and Luna Park, where visitors could see re-creations of exotic locations.
- Regular people finding themselves contributing to Coney Island's entertainment while they broke the rules they lived by daily.
- The yearning most people had with escaping the strict rules of the early 1900s, with Coney Island serving as a place where they could act silly and crazy in public.
- Feelings of equality visitors felt at Coney Island, where everyone could enjoy the same games and activities, despite of their class, age or citizenship.
Items Associated with Rebecca to the Rescue
- The game Smash the Dishes on the American Girl Website is based on Rebecca to the Rescue.