Christi Bostwick, mother of two who has a doctorate in child psychology, self-published “Blankie Bits,” an Indie Book Award finalist. She also offers replicas of the thermal striped blanket that started it all.
Christi Bostwick, mother of two who has a doctorate in child psychology, self-published “Blankie Bits,” an Indie Book Award finalist. She also offers replicas of the thermal striped blanket that started it all. SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com
Christi Bostwick, mother of two who has a doctorate in child psychology, self-published “Blankie Bits,” an Indie Book Award finalist. She also offers replicas of the thermal striped blanket that started it all. SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com

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