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Later, as a teenager, one of 37 38 ANN M. MARTIN Martin’s volunteer jobs was with the Red Cross Youth Group. One way she helped the organization raise money was by holding various fundraisers, such as cake sales. Her work with the Red Cross Youth Group led to another volunteer job: working at a summer day camp for developmentally-disabled children. ” She played games with the children, did arts and crafts, and went on walks with them. It was clear to all that Martin had a natural talent for interacting with children with special needs.
In a sense, he was a role model for Martin. His working habits gave Martin a good idea of what the freelance life was like. It is easy to let yourself waste time watching television or talking to friends on the phone when there is no boss looking over your shoulder, watching over you. It does not matter what field you work in, when you are a freelancer, you are your own boss, and it is up to you to demonstrate the self-discipline needed to get your work done. Hank was a dedicated professional. Day after day he went to his office on Charlton Street and put in a full eight hours of work.
FROM EDITOR TO WRITER Eden Institute, had shown Martin that she had a gift of working with special children. At Plumfield School, she co-taught fourth and fifth graders. She rented an apartment near the school, and visited her family in New Jersey on weekends. Although she was a gifted teacher, Martin left Plumfield School after one year. Soon after, she left teaching altogether. Her love of reading and of children’s books was taking her in a completely new direction. Martin realized she would like to work in the children’s book publishing industry.