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Tue July 8, 2014
"He Plays A Harp" A West Michigan Mom's story of her son with CP
His name was Noah. He was born with cerebral palsy. When he was 17, he lost his battle against infections that had ravaged his lungs.
Noah's mother, Roberta King, is from West Michigan. She has shared the story of her son's life in her new memoir He Plays A Harp.
“It’s a joy to me to bring him to people that never knew him. And I think through that I feel a little less of the loss,” King said.
The story starts with the Noah’s conscious decision to die and then walks through his parent’s journey in dealing with the loss.
“A lot of parents experience the birth of their children. And, gratefully, not a lot experience their death,” King said. “I wanted people to know what that was like to walk your child from one place to another.”
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