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  Why don't children collect things anymore? 16 December 2003  
Whatever happened to those meticulously-kept stamp albums and hours in the bedroom poring over extensive fossil collections? Have children stopped collecting or have their tastes just evolved?

Irving Finkel, an expert in ancient children's games and Noreen Marshall of the Museum of Childhood join Jenni to discuss.

Museum of Childhood

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