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Blind Faith
by Dennis Love, Stacy Brown

For those interested in the hardscrabble story behind Stevie Wonder, this authorized biography fleshes out some of the facts available elsewhere. This often entertaining book takes the sporadically successful tack of telling Wonder's story largely from the point of view of Lulu Hardaway, Wonder's mother. Beginning with her migration from the backwoods of Alabama to prostitution and poverty in the Northeast, the book then shifts gears to Wonder's struggle from 11-year-old prodigy and dutiful Motown employee to the creator of influential classics such as Music of My Mind, Innervisions, and Songs in the Key of Life. In Blind Faith Wonder comes off as an inexhaustible worker undaunted by his blindness--as well as a loving son, a prankster, and a womanizer. Although he has never surpassed his artistic peak of the '70s, this book glosses over the past 20 years, offering a paean to his philanthropy and perfectionism instead. More input from the reticent Wonder would have made Blind Faith a more compelling read; instead, Hardaway's story dominates. Although well-written, fans would be better served by a biography that tells Wonder's story in a less digressive fashion. --Valerie Gregory -
Hardcover: 262 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.05 x 9.48 x 6.34
Simon & Schuster; ISBN: 0684869799; (November 1, )

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Publisher: Columbia Pictures Pubns; (March 1986) 

Stevie Wonder Easy Piano Anthology

The Wonder Years: My Life & Times with Stevie Wonder
by Ted Hull, Paula L. Stahel (Contributor)
Book Description: The Wonder Years tells of early Motown, when talented young stars were on the rise. A teacher, Ted enabled Stevie to pursue both his career and education. Visually impaired himself, Ted showed the teen blindness needn't limit independence or adventure. 

Stevie Wonder: Written Musiquarium: 41 Hits Spanning His Career
by Hal Leonard, Stevie Wonder

Innervisions: The Music of Stevie Wonder
by Martin E. Horn
Paperback: 372 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.92 x 8.08 x 5.07 
Publisher: 1stBooks Library;  
ISBN: 1587216493

Stevie Wonder (Rock & Roll Hall of Famers)
by Mark Beyer
(Library Binding)

Stevie Wonder (Overcoming Adversity)
by Tenley Williams, James S. Brady
(Library Binding)

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