Teen Prodigy Started His Own Business at Age 7, Penned His Autobiography While Homeschooling Himself

A late Utah teen entrepreneur and environmentalist, who homeschooled himself, penned an autobiography at the tender age of 14 to tell the story of his short but extraordinary journey, and many have since called him a prodigy.
At the age of 6, Kevin Cooper—who chose the pseudonym Cole Summers—was fixing vehicles on his parents’ farm in Beryl, Utah. Both of them are homebound as Cole’s mother is partially sighted, and his father is a U.S. veteran who uses a wheelchair.
Cole started his own business breeding and selling rabbits a year later. By the age of 11, he had already registered a truck in his own name, renovated and sold a house, was paying his own taxes, bought a farmstead eventually spanning 350 acres on which to raise goats and turkeys, and a tractor…. Source

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