Best books about Oprah

(Photo: Alan Light/Flickr)
(Photo: Alan Light/Flickr)

Bajillionaire media mogul Oprah Winfrey faced early challenges, and often shares her stories of overcoming obstacles and developing inner-strength as a result. With readers, viewers and fans around the globe, here are the best books about Oprah.

Oprah: 40 Inspirational Life Lessons And Powerful Wisdom From Oprah Winfrey by Scarlett Johnson
From her humble beginnings to becoming the first black woman on the Forbes billionaire list, Oprah used her life experience to develop philosophies to apply to many aspects of life.

The Oprah Winfrey Show: Reflections on an American Legacy by Deborah Davis
An look at the widespread impact of Oprah’s 25 years as a television talk show host.

Oprah: The Gospel of an Icon by Kathryn Lofton
In this book, Lofton examines the Oprah phenomenon and finds in the icon’s media empire a place for reflection of religion and spirituality in out modern culture.

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