Deb Pettid and husband Pete Cowdin co-founded the Rabbit Hole, a Kansas City nonprofit organization that celebrates and inspires the reading life of children and adults. Their temporary workshop on Southwest Boulevard is decorated with sculptures of famous storybook characters and a mural of the Rabbit Hole’s future “Explorastorium,” a sort of interactive museum dedicated to beloved children’s books.
Deb Pettid and husband Pete Cowdin co-founded the Rabbit Hole, a Kansas City nonprofit organization that celebrates and inspires the reading life of children and adults. Their temporary workshop on Southwest Boulevard is decorated with sculptures of famous storybook characters and a mural of the Rabbit Hole’s future “Explorastorium,” a sort of interactive museum dedicated to beloved children’s books. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
Deb Pettid and husband Pete Cowdin co-founded the Rabbit Hole, a Kansas City nonprofit organization that celebrates and inspires the reading life of children and adults. Their temporary workshop on Southwest Boulevard is decorated with sculptures of famous storybook characters and a mural of the Rabbit Hole’s future “Explorastorium,” a sort of interactive museum dedicated to beloved children’s books. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

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