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'Pickers' a good guide for treasure hunting kids

3:22 PM, May 3, 2013
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When American Picker Mike Wolfe was a kid, he loved nothing more than "picking through junk." His room, he says, was filled with "rusty gold." He especially loved bikes and old comic books.

"I never thought of it as junk," he says. "To me, this was treasure."

Picking is fun, you see, and becoming a Kid Picker is easy: having a copy of Wolfe's book "Kid Pickers" is a good start, and the tools you need are in your head. You shouldn't even need a lot of money because some of the best finds are free or cheap. All you have to do is start looking for things that interest you. ...

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