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Classic toys and the importance of play
- Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek Professor of Psychology at Temple University in Philadelphia, she is the author of 11 books on early childhood, infant development, and playful learning
- Scott G. Eberle author of Classic Toys and Vice President for Interpretation at the Strong National Museum of Play, editor at the American Journal of Play
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