Publisher description for Little Stevie Wonder / by Quincy Troupe ; illustrated by Lisa Cohen.

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Eleven-year-old Stevland Judkins Morris Hardaway hit the big time when he signed a Motown recording contract. At the age of thirteen, Little Stevie Wonder had millions of fans dancing to the number-one song in the nation.

Little Stevie Wonder is the true story of a boy who lost his sight shortly after birth, grew up in Detroit, Michigan, and became one of the twentieth century"s most creative and influential musicians--an instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, musical innovator, and cultural activist.

Here in Quincy Troupe"s joyful poem and Lisa Cohen"s vibrant art is an uplifting celebration of life, peace, and music.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Wonder, Stevie -- Juvenile poetry.
Rock musicians -- Juvenile poetry.
Blind musicians -- Juvenile poetry.
African American musicians -- Juvenile poetry.
Children's poetry, American.
Wonder, Stevie -- Poetry.
Musicians -- Poetry.
People with disabilities -- Poetry.
Blind -- Poetry.
American poetry.