Christine Schwab


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In middle school, I received an award for my essay, "Why I Ate a Worm." It was uphill from there! Years later, I walked into the editor-in-chief's office of my city newspaper with a story. I walked out with a place on the op-ed page. I have been freelance writing for newspapers, magazines, and websites since then.

I am looking for interesting freelance writing assignments such as blogs, articles, marketing/corporate copy, or newsletter content. Thank you for stopping by.

Carson-Dellosa Publishing
Book: Ready to Go Guided Reading: Summarize

Authored this book and several similar in 24-book series. This resource includes 36 leveled readers―six sets of two each for below-, on-, and above-level student readers. The readers engage students with text about the transcontinental railroad, echolocation, and more...

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Blog: New York, New York

New York, New York I (heart) New York. Doesn't everyone? I'm talking about NYC, the Big Apple, the City of Dreams, the City That Never Sleeps, Empire City. It's a destination of distinction. It is also a place with a compelling history.

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Blog: Not Their First Rodeo

A cloud of romance surrounds the cowgirls and cowboys of the Old West. We love the stories of the hardened cowboy tenderly rescuing a calf stuck in a tangle of barbed-wire fencing, or the cowgirl who grew up riding sidesaddle but won barrel-racing medals in rodeo after rodeo, even against the men.

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Blog: Don't Know Much about History

You don't have to know anything about history to enjoy old photos. But once you start looking at them, you will learn a lot about history whether you want to or not. And you'll love it. I did. I do. I didn't care a twig about history until I started working for this company.

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Blog: Why April?

Because, Baseball. We offer this 1913 baseball card portrait of the Boston Red Sox in honor of one of April's great gifts. The 117th season of Major League Baseball kicked off on Sunday, April 2. Opening Day offered three games, including one starring the 2016 World Series come-back-kids and champions, the Chicago Cubs.

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