A Bird Died

A Bird Died

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"He should be dead."

Despite the words of first responders and doctors' examinations, Nathan Cox didn't die when he tripped and fell onto a live power line.

The doctors work through torturous therapies to heal him--therapies little Nathan doesn't understand. His words rip through the hearts of his parents--his family. "Don't hurt me, Daddy."

But through the pain, the fear, the loss of the carefree innocence of a life before trauma, bright moments appear and grow.



Strangers from all over the world band together, united in prayer for the healing of one pain-riddled little boy. Strangers all across the country offer help in the way of fundraisers. And through it all, one community shows the power of uniting together in one purpose. Help that boy and his family.

One theme runs through the course of each event and surmounts every obstacle. "God's got this."

And little Nathan? He's the inspiration that ties it all together. His heart-wrenching cries and screams as he tries to walk again unite a community. His goofy smile and loopy comments add hope amid the pain of suffering.



Ask him--just ask him what happened. He'll tell you. "A bird died."/

A Bird Died is the fictionalized account of one little boy's journey, one family's tragedy, and one community's love and support amidst it all.
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About Chautona Havig

Chautona lives and writes in California's Mojave Desert with her husband Kevin, children, and grandchildren. When not lost in in her fictional pursuits, she home educates her children, enjoys a variety of hobbies, and glances longingly at her trusty laptop.
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156 ratings
4.3 out of 5 stars
5 56% (87)
4 25% (39)
3 14% (22)
2 4% (6)
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