Zoe Rose Harness is one busy teen; she is Public Relations Vice President of her school’s Associated Student Body, she runs track, and has done hundreds of hours of community service through faith-based organizations and National Charity League.
Oh, and she writes a bit. Teen Wisdom and Other Oxymorons is Zoe’s third book, but it is the first to be widely published. One, A History of Abigail Adams, she wrote as a 5th grade project, and a second, Santa Can’t Swim, was co-written with another student for an AP Environmental Science class just last year. Both of those were children’s books, but now Zoe is moving on to the Young Adult genre.
Zoe lives with her mom, dad, 15-year-old brother Brody, and two border terriers, Hunter and Radar, in her hometown of Riverside, California. She is a committed Christian who has spent considerable time studying major world religions and cults. Her room is a wreck, she texts thousands of times each month, and she is a truly terrible test taker. In April of 2013 she visited her 49th and 50th of all 50 states.
To put it oxymoronically, she is a uniquely typical teen.
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Teen Wisdom and Other Oxymorons
by Zoe Harness
An anthology of real life stories and 27 surprising truths you will not learn in school. After over 1,000 volunteer hours, visits
to all 50 states, and explorations behind the closed doors of many religions, Seventeen-year–old Zoe Rose Harness has a lot of tales to tell; the best of these accounts are in Teen Wisdom and Other Oxymorons.
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