This encouraging authorized biography of Lula Hardaway, Stevie Wonder's mother, permits you to see the power of blind faith. Lula Hardaway, who is Stevie Wonder's mother did not have an unproblematic existence A motherless child who was passed from relative to relative had endured rejection and pain through her formative years. Her emotional stamina was put to the test. You will observe throughout the story her and her blind son's great endeavors in Detroit's 1960s' ghettos.
In the face of extraordinary challenges he presented, Stevie Wonder caught the attention of Berry Gordy, who opened him into musical prominence. Readers will be stirred by the story of Stevie Wonder's long-lasting career in the music business as well as his mother's determination and faith that led him there. Motown Records founder Berry Gordy signed the preteen Wonder in 1961, plunging him into fame and fortune.
Lula Hardaway's faith in her son's abilities never loss sight and Stevie Wonder accredits her for his achievements. His blindness wouldn't halt his quest for music, so with that passion he soared higher than anyone could have ever seen.
This report prepared by Susan D. Minkalis