Zoe Weil is the co-founder and president of the Institute for Humane Education (IHE) and the author of seven books including Amazon Best Seller in Philosophy of Education The World Becomes What We Teach, and Nautilus silver medal winner Most Good, Least Harm. Zoe was named one of Maine Magazine’s fifty independent leaders transforming their communities and the state and is the recipient of the Women in Environmental Leadership award. She was also a subject of the Americans Who Tell the Truth portrait series. She is a frequent keynote speaker at educational and changemaking conferences and has given six TEDx talks. Zoe created the first graduate programs in humane education, offered through an affiliation with Antioch University. After decades of teaching young people about how to solve problems in our communities and world and create a future where all people, animals, and nature can thrive, she decided to write fiction for tweens. Moonbeam Gold Medal winner for juvenile fiction, Claude and Medea, is the result.
Books by Zoe Weil