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2008 Product Recall Guide

 
NEW! 5,000 Boys' Reversible Vests Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

The Bon-Ton Department Stores Inc. recalled about 5,000 boys' reversible vests (sold at Bon-Ton, Bergner's, Boston Store, Elder-Beerman, Herberger's, Younkers, and Carson Pirie Scott stores nationwide and Parisian in the Detroit area from July 2008 through November 2008) because the zipper tabs on these vests fail to meet federal standards and pose a choking hazard to children. The recall involves "Ruff Hewn" reversible vests for boys sold in toddler (style #F821235) and 4 through 7 sizes (style #F841235). The vests are brown and reverse to a camouflage print. "Ruff Hewn" is printed on the tag found in the left pocket of the brown side and on the price tag. The style number is printed on the price tag. Immediately take these vests away from children and return them to the store where purchased for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
Munire 4-in-1 Cribs and Matching Furniture Recalled Due to High Lead Levels

Munire Furniture recalled about 3,000 cribs and 6,000 matching furniture pieces sold at specialty furniture stores nationwide from April 2006 through November 2008 for about $600 for the crib; the matching furniture pieces were sold for between $700 and $1,000. Additional accessories were sold for about $170. The red paint underneath the black finish paint on some of the cribs and matching furniture exceeds federal lead limits. The furniture is wood with a rubbed black finish; only the "Newport Rubbed Black" cribs and matching furniture manufactured in Indonesia between April 2006 and November 2008 are included in this recall. The model number, date, and country of manufacture are printed on the label attached to the side panel of the crib and the date of manufacture is on the back panel of the furniture.

If you have a recalled crib or furniture, immediately stop using it and contact Munire Furniture to receive a replacement coupon to exchange the products for another product free of charge. For more information, call Munire Furniture toll-free at (866) 586-9639 between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
Calypso Toy Steel Drums Recalled Due to High Lead Levels

Woodstock Percussion recalled about 2,800 toy steel drum sets (sold through mail order catalogs, Web sites, and retail stores nationwide from December 2006 through December 2007 for between $50 and $100) because surface paint on the recalled toy drums contains excessive levels of lead. The drum pan is painted black with silver markings to show the location of notes. Each rim is stamped with a #5 or #6, but not all drums stamped with a #5 are affected by this recall. The drum comes with two wooden drum sticks and a wooden stand. Immediately take the recalled steel drum away from children and return it to Woodstock Percussion for a replacement drum and a $5 credit or payment. For more information, contact Woodstock Percussion toll-free at (866) 543-2848 anytime or e-mail safety@chimes.com. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
Foursquare Hooded Jackets Recalled Because of Drawstring Hazard

Foursquare Outerwear recalled about 1,300 children's hooded jackets (sold at snowboard, ski, and sportswear stores nationwide from June 2008 through November 2008 for about $125) because they have a drawstring through hood, which poses a strangulation hazard to children. The jackets come in boys' and girls' sizes XS, S, M, L, and XL, and in various colors and patterns. They have a logo showing four adjacent, vertically offset squares on the sleeve, waist, breast, and/or back of the jacket, depending on the specific model. Immediately remove the drawstring from the sweatshirts or contact Foursquare for a full refund. For additional information, contact Foursquare toll-free at (877) 327-4484 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
95,000 Evenflo Majestic High Chairs Recalled Due to Choking and Fall Hazards

Evenflo recalled about 95,000 Majestic high chairs (sold at juvenile product and mass merchandise stores nationwide, including Toys "R" Us, Babies "R" Us, Burlington Coat Factory, and Shopko, and online at Walmart.com from January 2006 through May 2007) because plastic caps and metal screws on both sides of the high chair can loosen and fall out, causing both choking and fall hazards (including broken bones, cuts, and bruises) to children. The recall involves Evenflo Majestic high chairs made before January 23, 2007. The recalled high chairs have the following model numbers: 3001395A, 3001583, 3001633A, 3001669, 3001700A, 3001713, 3001713A, 3001730A, 3001732, 3001732A, 3001733, 3001742, 3001742A, and 3001756. The model number and production date can be found on a white label on the seatback. "Evenflo" is printed on the label and on the push button on the front of the tray. Immediately stop using the high chairs and contact Evenflo to receive a free repair kit. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
Britax Frontier Car Seats Recalled Due to Injury Risk

Britax recalled an undisclosed number of Frontier car seats (manufactured from April 1, 2008, through September 14, 2008, and sold at mass merchandisers and independent juvenile retailers) because the harness straps can detach from the car seat, which could cause an increased risk of injury in the event of a crash. This recall involves Britax Frontier that have the following model numbers and model names: E9L54E7 (Red Rock), E9L54H6 (Rushmore), E9L54H7 (Pink Sky), and E9L54M6 (Canyon). Model E9L5490 (Sahara) was also recalled and was manufactured from April 1, 2008, to September 17, 2008. The date of manufacture and model number may be found on the white label located near the top of the car seat on the child's left side under the cover. Immediately check to make sure the harness system is properly attached to the metal yoke. If so, you may continue to safely use the car seat until you receive a repair kit from Britax. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
1,600 Phil & Teds Dash Buggy Strollers Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Regal Lager has recalled about 1,600 Phil & Teds Dash Buggy strollers (sold at various independent juvenile specialty stores and online from July 2008 through September 2008) after discovering that the frame handle could fail to latch properly and break, posing a fall hazard to small children. The recall involves Phil & Teds Dash Buggy strollers with article #7-1080005 (red) and article #7-10080005 (black). The strollers have a metal frame with three wheels, a cloth seat, and a canopy. The Phil & Teds logo is located on the crotch piece of the harness. The article number can be found on the safety strap hanging from the handle. Immediately stop using this stroller and contact Regal Lager for a replacement stroller frame. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
480 Toy Dinosaurs Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

Xtreme Toy Zone has recalled about 480 toy dinosaurs (sold at Xtreme Toy Zone's Web site from May 2008 through October 2008) after discovering that the surface paint on the toys can contain excessive levels of lead. The recall involves "Dinosaur Epoch" toy dinosaurs that are battery-operated and can move and make sounds. The recall includes the orange-colored "Dinosaur Brachiosaurus" (model #1033) and the green, yellow, and orange-colored "Dinosaur Carnotaurus" (model #1030). The model number can be located on the toy's battery cover. Immediately take the recalled toys away from children and contact Xtreme Toy Zone for a refund or exchange. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
12,800 Children's Jewelry Pieces Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

Aloha 808 Trading has recalled about 12,800 pieces of children's jewelry (sold at small retail stores and kiosks in Honolulu, Hawaii, from April 2008 through November 2008) after discovering that the jewelry contains excessive levels of lead. The recall involves eight styles of silver-colored metal jewelry: a flower earring, a three-flower pendant, a necklace with red flower and a metal leaf pendant, and a miniature sandal in aqua, purple, green, orange, and turquoise. Immediately stop using the recalled jewelry and contact Aloha 808 Trading for a refund or exchange. Visit this site for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
44,000 Graco ComfortSport Car Seats Recalled Due to Improper Labeling

Graco has recalled about 44,000 Graco convertible car seats (sold at mass merchandisers, specialty retailers, and department stores ) after discovering that the supplemental pillow on the seat could partially obscure the child airbag warning label, which is located on the seat pad. The recall involves Graco ComfortSport convertible car seats made in the Frazier fashion manufactured from November 1, 2006, through October 8, 2007. The car seats have model numbers 8C04FRR and 8C04FRR2. The model number and date of manufacture can be found on a label on the lower back of the car seat. Immediately discard the supplemental seat pillow and contact Graco with any questions. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
24,000 Newborn and Infant Pants from JCPenney Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

JCPenney has recalled about 24,000 newborn and infant pants (sold at JCPenney stores nationwide and at www.jcp.com from July 2008 through October 2008) after discovering that the metal snap at the waist can detach and pose a choking hazard to infants. The recall involves Arizona brand newborn and infant girls' and boys' denim pants. They were sold in sizes 0-3 months, 3-6 months, and 6-9 months. Only those pants made in Bangladesh are affected; pants made in China are not included in the recall. The country of origin is located on a label sewn into the waistband. Immediately stop using the recalled pants and return them to any JCPenney store for a full refund. Pants purchased through the JCPenney Web site may be returned to the Catalog Desk at any JCPenney store. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
1,000 Hockey Helmets Recalled Due to Injury Risk

Reebok-CCM has recalled about 1,000 hockey helmets (sold at sporting goods stores nationwide and Internet retailers from May 2008 through July 2008) after discovering that the helmet's chinstrap can unexpectedly come undone. If this happens, the helmet can fall off, posing a head and neck injury risk to the user. The recall involves Reebok and CCM brand hockey helmets. Helmets included in this recall have a HECC sticker with date code JUN - 2013. HECC stickers and model numbers are located on the back of the helmets. Immediately stop using and return the helmets to the place of purchase for a free replacement helmet. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
9,200 Doll Clothing Sets Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

Manhattan Group has recalled about 9,200 doll clothing sets (sold through mail order, Internet, and specialty gift stores nationwide from January 2008 through October 2008) after discovering that the paint on the pajama pants contains excessive levels of lead. The recall includes doll clothing sets that feature a two-piece pajama set, eye mask, and slippers. The pajama top is pink satin and the pants are dark brown with multiple-colored flowers printed on them. Immediately take the product away from young children and return it to the store where purchased for a full refund or store credit. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
5,400 Army Action Figures Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

OKK Trading has recalled about 5,400 army action figures (sold through dollar stores and OKK Trading's Web site www.okktoys.com from June 2008 through September 2008) after discovering that the paint on the face of the figure contains excessive levels of lead. The recall includes 7-1/2-inch tall plastic toy army action figures that are dressed in army fatigues and have guns. Immediately take the recalled toys away from children and contact OKK Trading for a full refund or replacement toy. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
100 Mitten and Hat Sets Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Meijer Inc. has recalled about 100 mitten and hat sets (sold at Meijer stores in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky from August 2008 to October 2008) after discovering that the magnets in the hat can detach and fall out, posing a choking and aspiration hazard to young children. The recall includes hats and mittens that have two magnets sewn into each side of the hat and are cotton with pink, lavender, orange, and aqua green stripes and various prints. Some of the hat and mittens have dark pink hearts with light pink stripes. "Aquarius LTD" is printed on the tag of the hat and mitten sets. Immediately take these hat and mitten sets away from children and return to Meijer store for a refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
 
365,000 Dive Sticks Recalled Due to Impalement Hazard

Target has recalled about 365,000 pool dive sticks (sold at Target stores nationwide from April 2008 through August 2008) after discovering that the dive sticks could remain in an upright position, posing an impalement hazard to young children. The recall involves dive sticks that were sold in a bundle of three in multiple colors: light blue, aqua green, fluorescent yellow, royal blue, and red. The tag accompanying the dive sticks contains "Dive Toys" or "Diving Game" and has a white "small parts" warning label in the upper right corner. The words "Made in China" are printed in the lower right corner. Immediately take the recalled dive sticks away from young children and return them to any Target store for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
670,000 Ikea Roman Blinds Recalled Due to Strangulation Risk

IKEA Home Furnishings has recalled about 670,000 Roman blinds (sold at IKEA stores nationwide from July 2005 through June 2008) after discovering that a child could be strangled if he places his or her neck in an exposed inner cord on the backside of the blinds. The recall involves all sizes of IRIS and ALVINE Roman Blinds in white. The blinds have a sewn-in label at the top edge of the blind with the IKEA logotype, article name (IRIS or ALVINE), 5-digit supplier number 19799 or 21369, 4-digit date stamp (YYWW) and the words "Made in India." On the bottom edge of the blind there is a sewn-in orange/white safety warning label. Immediately stop using the recalled blinds and return them to any IKEA store to obtain a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
7,300 Window Blinds Recalled Due to Strangulation Risk

Green Mountain Vista has recalled about 7,300 blinds (sold at Country Curtains, Plow & Hearth, The Linen Source, Sturbridge Yankee Workshop, Ann & Hope, The Sportsman?s Guide, Target.com, The Curtain Shop of Maine, and Solutions Catalog from June 2005 through September 2008) after discovering that when the blinds? looped beaded cord becomes loose, there is a risk of strangulation to children. The recall involves all insulated black-out roller shades (colors: white, cream, harvest, light sage) and insulated Roman shades sizes 48, 60, and 72 (colors: white, natural, sage, sienna, blue, goldenrod, mahogany, terracotta). The shades have RN number 107875 printed on the care label of the shade and identify the manufacturer on the "Installation and Care Instructions." Immediately check the blinds to see if the tension device is attached. If not attached, immediately stop using the window coverings and contact Green Mountain Vista Inc. to receive a free repair kit. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
500 Bead Maze Toys Recalled Due to Laceration Hazard

ImagiPLAY has recalled about 500 bead maze toys (sold at toy retailers nationwide from August 2008 through October 2008) after discovering that the trees can detach, exposing a metal screw, which could pose a laceration hazard to young children. The recall involves painted wooden toys with beads that slide on a curved metal track. The product was sold in three styles: the Apple Tree Bead Maze, the Cactus Tree Bead Maze, and the Palm Tree Bead Maze. Immediately take the recalled toys away from children and return them to the retail store where purchased for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
1,500 Hooded Jackets Recalled Due to Strangulation Risk

R&D International has recalled about 1,500 hooded jackets (sold at specialty children's stores nationwide from April 2004 through September 2007) after discovering that the jackets have drawstrings in the hood and waist, which pose a strangulation and entanglement risk for children. The recall involves cotton knit and woven hooded jackets that have a drawstring through the hood and waist. They were sold in sizes 12 months through size 10 in a variety of solid colors and prints. "Young Colors" is sewn into the jacket tag located at the neck. Immediately remove the drawstrings from the jacket to eliminate the safety hazard. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
18,000 Toy Trains Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

JA-RU Inc. has recalled about 18,000 toy trains (sold at various wholesalers and retailers nationwide from March 2007 through October 2008) after discovering that they contain small parts that can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. The recall involves My Little Train Classics wooden toy trains that are available in two styles: one with a yellow cab, blue body, and six red wheels, and the other with a blue cab, red boiler, wooden base, and four black wheels. The item #5293 is the same for both styles and is located in the lower left hand corner on the front of the package. Immediately take the toy train away from children and return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Visit this site for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
130 Pool Dive Sticks Recalled Due to Injury Risk

Modell's Sporting Goods has recalled about 130 Coral Swim 'N Score Pool Stix (sold at Modell's Sporting Goods stores nationwide from August 1999 to October 2008) after discovering that children can fall or land on these dive sticks in shallow water and suffer injuries. The recalled Pool Stix are weighted plastic tubes that stand upright when tossed into water. The sticks are about 8 inches long and were sold in packs of 6 in various colors. The UPC (#4969382814) is printed on the product's packaging. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
8,000 Two-Way Radios Recalled Due to Burn Risk

Cobra Electronics has recalled about 8,000 two-way radios (sold at Toys "R" Us Stores nationwide from August 2008 through September 2008) after discovering that the rechargeable batteries in the radios can leak, posing a chemical burn hazard. The recall involves two-way radios with the 300 mah "CEL" batteries. The walkie-talkie style radios are made of pink plastic and come in purple packaging. Product number PR191-2VP is located on the front of the packaging and on the label inside the battery compartment. The batteries are standard AAA Nickle Metal Hydride battery cells with a black wrapper with the battery name 300 mah (CEL) with the date code (TF or RF) on the battery itself. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
12,000 Infants' Mylicon Gas Relief Dye Free Drops Recalled Due to Metal Fragment Risk

Johnson & Johnson has recalled about 12,000 Infants' Mylicon Gas Relief Dye Free Drops non-staining sold in 1-ounce plastic bottle (sold over-the-counter, in retail stores and pharmacies after October 5, 2008) after discovering that the bottles could contain metal fragments. The recall involves two lots of anti-gas drops that are used to relieve the discomfort of infant gas. The lot numbers are #SMF007 and #SMF008. Lot numbers are on the bottom of the product's box and also on the lower left side of the sticker on the product bottle. Immediately stop using the product and contact the company for instructions regarding how to dispose of the product and request a replacement or refund.

Though the company says serious side effects are unlikely, parents who have given the product to their infant and are concerned should contact their healthcare provider immediately. The recall does not affect any Original Infants' Mylicon Gas Relief products (1/2-ounce or 1-ounce size) or Infants' Mylicon Gas Relief Dye Free Drops non-staining (1/2-ounce size).

Visit this site for more information:

 
144 Toy Xylophones Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

King Import Warehouse has recalled about 144 toy xylophones (sold at Dollar Zone "Giant", Sam 99 Cent Store, and 99 Cents Mart in Texas from December 2007 through February 2008) after discovering that the toy xylophones contain paint with high levels of lead. The recall involves miniature toy xylophones with item number KW20119. The toy xylophone measures about 12 inches long by 5 inches wide. It has a lavender frame, a lavender mallet, and four bars which are orange, yellow, green, and white. The item number can be found on the packaging. Immediately take this toy away from children and return it to a Dollar Zone "Giant", Sam 99 Cent Store, or 99 Cents Mart in Texas for a replacement toy. Visit this site for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
2,100 Toy TVs Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

OKK Trading has recalled about 2,100 TV toys (sold at OKK Trading's Web site at www.okktoys.com from July 2008 through September 2008) after discovering that the surface coating on the toy television could contain excessive levels of lead. The recall involves plastic TV toys that have a microphone and are powered by 2 AA size batteries. There is a "TV Painting Board" sticker label on the front panel and carrying handle of the toy. Immediately take this toy away from children and contact OKK Trading for a refund or an exchange. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
67,000 Necklace Sets Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

Claire's Boutiques Inc. has recalled about 67,000 necklace sets (sold at Claire's stores nationwide from April 2007 through August 2008) after discovering that the necklaces contain high levels of lead. The recall involves a set of two necklaces that have a silver-colored metal bead type chain and a lobster-claw clasp. One of the necklaces has a single, metal pendant with the word "Best" attached to a black, yin metal pendant. The other necklace has the word "Friends" attached to a white, yang metal pendant. Immediately take this necklace away from children and return it to any Claire's store for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
 
14,000 Casper the Friendly Ghost Halloween Figurines Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

Coyne's & Company Inc. has recalled about 14,000 Casper the Friendly Ghost figurines (sold at gift shops, specialty shops, card shops, and drugstores nationwide from June 2005 through September 2008) after discovering that the figurines contain paint with high levels of lead. The recall involves 3-inch-tall Casper the Friendly Ghost mini-figurines made of resin and paper, sold in mini bags decorated with a spider and web design. The Casper the Friendly Ghost figurines are dressed as Dracula in a red spider bag, a skeleton in a green spider bag, a devil in a purple spider bag, a mummy in an orange spider bag, Casper in a blue spider bag, and Wendy the Witch in a yellow spider bag. The figurines are stamped with "TM & Harvey Ent." "Coyne's & Company" and "CP1030" are printed on a white sticker on the bottom of the bags. Immediately take the figurines away from children and contact Coyne's & Company to receive a full refund or credit. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
1,000 Wooden Toys Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Earth Friendly has recalled about 1,000 wooden toys (sold at toy specialty stores in Alaska, California, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington from April 2008 through September 2008) after discovering small parts can detach and break from the toy, posing a choking hazard to young children. The recall involves three models of wooden toys: Moee the car, Cubby the stackable bear, and the Bell rattle. The toys are painted in glossy red, orange, green, red, black, and yellow. Immediately take the recalled toys away from children and contact Earth Friendly to exchange or refund the product. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
57,000 Wireless Guitars Recalled Due to Burn Hazard

Performance Designed Products has recalled about 57,000 wireless guitars (sold at mass merchandisers and specialty retailers nationwide from June 2008 through September 2008) after discovering that a circuit board defect can cause the AA batteries used in the guitar to leak if the batteries are installed incorrectly, posing a risk of chemical burns to consumers. The recall involves the Rage Wireless Guitar controller that is designed to be used with the Nintendo Wii system. The guitar is blue or white, 31 inches long, and contains battery-operated LED-lighted fret buttons that go up the neck of the guitar. Immediately stop using these wireless guitar game controllers and return them to the place where purchased for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
35,500 Gaming System Batteries and Recharging Stations Recalled Due to Burn Hazard

LeapFrog Enterprises Inc. has recalled about 35,500 rechargeable batteries and charging stations (sold at department stores and toy stores nationwide and at www.leapfrog.com and other online retailers from July 2008 through October 2008) after discovering that the rechargeable batteries included with the recharging station can overheat if the gaming system is placed into the recharging base upside down, posing a burn hazard to consumers. The recall involves recharging stations that come with two rechargeable batteries, an AC adapter, and a recharging base. The recharging base is white with a green indicator light on the bottom. The recharging station for Didj was sold as item number 30676, which is printed on the box and on the bottom of the recharging base. Immediately stop using the recharging base and the two rechargeable batteries and contact LeapFrog for a full refund. Consumers can continue using the AC adapter connected directly to the Didj handheld. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
1.6 Million Delta Cribs Recalled Due to Infant Deaths

Delta Enterprise Corp. has recalled nearly 1.6 million drop side cribs after two babies suffocated when the drop side detached. The recall includes cribs with two different kinds of broken hardware, including 985,000 "Crib Trigger Lock with Safety Peg" drop side hardware, and 600,000 "Crib Trigger Lock with Spring Peg" drop side hardware.

Although neither of these cribs are currently sold at stores, you should check cribs you already own to make sure they're not included.

Delta's "Crib Trigger Lock with Safety Peg" hardware models were sold from January 1995 to September 2007 at major retailers including Wal-Mart, Kmart, and Target. Model numbers, located on the mattress support board label, include: 4320, 4340, 4500, 4520, 4530, 4532, 4540, 4542, 4550, 4551, 4580, 4600, 4620, 4624 (production dates 01/06 thru 11/07), 4640, 4660, 4720, 4735, 4742, 4750 (production dates 01/95 thru 12/00), 4760, 4770, 4780, 4790, 4820, 4840, 4850, 4860, 4880, 4890, 4892, 4900, 4910, 4920, 4925-2, 4925-6, 4930, 4940, 4943, 4944, 4947, 4948, 4949, 4950, 4958, 4963, 4968, 4969, 4980.

Delta's "Crib Trigger Lock with Spring Peg" hardware models were sold at major retailers from January 2000 to January 2007. Model numbers, located on the mattress support board label, include: 4340, 4343, 4520, 4600, 4620, 4624, 4625, 4629, 4660, 4665, 4720, 4750, 4751, 4850, 4855, 4857, 4880, 4920, 4925-2, 4925-2B, 4925-6, 4980, and 8605.

If you have any of these cribs, stop using them immediately and find an alternative safe place for your child to sleep. Contact Delta to receive a free, easy-to-install repair kit. Call Delta toll-free at 800-816-5304 or visit www.cribrecallcenter.com to order the free repair kit. Once you've repaired the crib with new safety pegs, your child can continue to sleep there. Visit these sites for more information and photos:

 
400 Science Kit Bar Magnets Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

Home Science Tools has recalled about 400 bar magnets (sold through Web retailers and by mail order between May 2008 and September 2008) after discovering that surface paints on the magnets could contain excessive levels of lead. The recall involves Alnico 3-inch-long bar magnets. The magnets are painted red and blue and were originally packaged as a pair or as a component of a science kit. The magnets were sold as item number MG-BAR3AL. Immediately take the recalled magnets away from children and contact Home Science Tools to receive replacement magnets. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
200,000 Toy Boats Recalled Due to Burn Hazard

Dollar General Merchandising Inc. has recalled about 200,000 toy boats (sold at Dollar General stores nationwide from March 2008 through July 2008) after discovering that two battery terminals can come into contact with each other, causing the battery to overheat and posing a burn hazard. The recall involves lightweight plastic toy boats supported by an inflatable hull with "outboard" motors on them. The motor uses two AA batteries. The toy boat measures about 12 inches long by 8 inches wide and comes in various colors and designs. Immediately take the toys away from young children and return them to the store where purchased for a refund or replacement product. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
800 Baby Walkers Recalled Due to Injury Risk

My Way Corp. has recalled about 800 baby walkers (sold at independent discount stores in Puerto Rico from November 2004 through March 2008) after discovering that the walkers can fit through a standard doorway and are not designed to stop at the edge of a step. The recall involves walkers that were sold for babies 6 months and older. The walkers have an activity tray with a steering wheel and other toys and were sold in the following colors: pink, red, green, blue, and ivory. "My Way Corp" is printed on a sticker on the front of the walker. Immediately stop using these walkers and return them to the store where purchased for a full refund. Visit this site for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
2,000 Convertible Cribs Recalled Due to Suffocation Risk

Playkids USA has recalled about 2,000 convertible cribs (sold at juvenile product retailers in New York from March 2007 through September 2008) after discovering that sides of the convertible crib, which are made of a mesh, can expand, creating a gap between the mattress and the side through which an infant can slip. The recall involves convertible crib/playpen/bassinet/bed with model number PLK-909. "Playkids U.S.A." can be found on the packaging and on a label sewn into the side of the crib. The model number can also be found on the packaging. The convertible cribs have a drop side rail, a stationary side rail, a canopy assembly, and a bassinet. The sides of the convertible crib, the mattress support, the bassinet, the canopy, and the bed skirt are covered in fabric and mesh. The fabric and the mesh come in a variety of colors and patterns. Immediately stop using the recalled convertible cribs and contact Playkids USA to receive a full refund. Visit this site for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
12,000 Necklaces, CD Players, and MP3 Players Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

Tween Brands Inc. has recalled about 12,000 necklaces, CD players, and MP3 players (sold at Limited Too and Justice retail stores nationwide, in the Limited Too catalog, and on www.limitedtoo.com from May 2007 through August 2008) after discovering that surface coatings on these products could contain excessive levels of lead. The recall involves a ball and heart necklace with pink beads of varying sizes and a pink heart located in the center; a portable CD player with flowers and dots available in blue and pink; a pink MP3 player with purple, green, blue, yellow, and red hearts; and a light blue MP3 player with a picture of a monkey's face on the front. Immediately take these recalled products away from children and return them to any Limited Too or Justice store for a full refund and a coupon for a 15 percent discount off a future purchase. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
500 Outdoor Playset Gliders Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Backyard Play Systems has recalled about 500 outdoor playset gliders (sold at Backyard Buildings and More and Lowe's stores nationwide, and online at Costco.com, BettyMills.com, and BackyardBuildings.com from February 2008 through July 2008) after discovering that some of the gliders were shipped with assembly instructions that did not inform consumers to tighten all lock nuts during assembly, which could be potentially unsafe for children. The recall involves outdoor play set gliders designed to hang from home play equipment. The green plastic gliders were sold as an accessory to home play equipment marketed under the brand names Heartland Play Systems, Yardline Play Systems, and Backyard Play Systems. Immediately stop using the gliders until all lock nuts are securely fastened. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
11,000 Girls' Sandals Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Rack Room Shoes Inc. has recalled about 11,000 girls' sandals (sold at Rack Room Shoes stores nationwide from February 2008 through June 2008) after discovering that the ornamental flowers on the sandals can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. The recalled sandals are leather with attached leather flowers and were sold under the Kids Feet name. The sandals are white or white with pink soles and were sold in girls' sizes 5 through 12. Immediately take the recalled sandals away from children and return them to the store where purchased for a refund or store credit. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
330,000 Nerf Guns Recalled Due to Injury Hazard

Hasbro Inc. has recalled about 330,000 Nerf guns (sold at Wal-Mart, Target, Toys "R" Us, discount stores, and toy stores nationwide from November 2007 through August 2008) after discovering that the gun's plunger can pull the user's skin during firing of the toy blaster, resulting in injury to the face, neck, and/or chest. The recalled Nerf N-Strike Recon CS-6 Blasters are for children age 6 and up. The toy blaster is yellow with a black handle and orange plunger, trigger, and reload clip. The word "NERF" in black lettering is on both sides of the blaster and the word "ARMED" is indented on the orange plunger. "RECON CS-6" is on the gray cocking mechanism. There are five interchangeable parts including the shoulder stock, the flip-up sight, barrel extension, quick reload clip, and dual-mode light beam. Model number 63552 and UPC codes 653569272021 and 653569311218 can be found on the packaging. Immediately take the recalled toy blasters away from children and contact Hasbro for a free cylindrical cover to prevent additional injuries. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
200 Toy Boats Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

Buzz's Boatyard has recalled about 200 toy boats (sold at dollar and discount stores nationwide from May 2008 through August 2008) after discovering that the paint on the boats contains an excess level of lead. This recall includes two models of tin Pop Pop toy boats: the 13-inch "Titanic" and the "Hut" Pop Pop boats. Immediately take the recalled toys away from children and contact Buzz's Boatyard for a refund or an exchange. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
1,200 Youth ATVs Recalled Due to Shutoff Switch Defect

BRP U.S. Inc. has recalled about 1,200 youth all-terrain vehicles (sold at authorized Can-Am dealers nationwide from August 2007 through September 2008) after discovering that the shutoff switch can fail to disable the engine. Model Year 2008-2009 Can-Am DS 90 X ATVs. The model name can be located on the side panels. The ATV is black with yellow and orange trim. Immediately stop children from using these vehicles and contact any Can-Am dealer to schedule a free repair. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
35 Lawn Dart Games Recalled Due to Puncture Risk

John Jaques & Son Ltd. has recalled about 35 lawn dart games (sold at Kensington Trading Company online and Hammacher Schlemmer online from March 2006 through July 2008) after discovering that darts in the games pose a puncture hazard to young children. The recalled lawn dart game includes four projectiles, each consisting of a 14-3/4-inch bamboo shaft, four fins, and a wooden tip. Immediately stop young children from playing with the recalled games and contact the John Jaques & Son Ltd. to receive a refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
 
6,000 Wooden Abacuses Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

LTD Commodities has recalled about 6,000 wooden abacuses (sold through LTD Commodities and ABC Distributing catalogs nationwide and their Web sites, www.ltdcommodities.com and www.abcdistributing.com, from December 2006 through February 2008) after discovering that the wooden rods on the abacus can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. This recall involves wooden abacuses that are multisided activity centers with a chalkboard, movable block letters with pictures, sliding shapes, a fun maze with gears, and a blue and yellow clock on the side with two pink moving hands. Product code E7A is printed on the packaging near the UPC bar code. Take the abacus away from children immediately and contact LTD Commodities for instructions on receiving a product credit. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
36,000 Harry Potter Bookends Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

GiftcoInc. has recalled about 36,000 Harry Potter bookends (sold at elementary school fundraising programs and at discount and dollar stores nationwide from June 2004 through January 2006) after discovering that the paint on the bookends contains excessive levels of lead. This recall involves poly-stone bookends painted and shaped in the characters of the Harry Potter book series. Bookend characters include Harry Potter, Hedwig and Hermione, and Crookshanks. Take the recalled bookends away from children immediately and return them to Giftco for a refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
6,000 SmartSpace Papasan Chairs Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

Jo-Ann Stores Inc. has recalled about 6,000 SmartSpace Papasan chairs (sold at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft stores nationwide from June 2008 through September 2008) after discovering that the chairs were sold without a warning label instructing consumers to lock the chair's legs before sitting. This recall involves chairs with a silver metal frame and a circular fabric seat that sits on a 10-inch-tall base. The fabric seat used with the papasan chairs were sold in purple, pacific, lime yellow, and gray. A hangtag on the chair reads "Smartspace Papasan Chair - 1 piece." Stop using the chair until you receive a warning label, instructing you how to engage the legs in the locked position before use, from the company. Visit this site for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
103,000 Razor Three-Wheeled Scooters Recalled Due to Laceration Hazard

Razor USA has recalled about 103,000 Razor PowerWing Three-Wheeled Scooters (sold at authorized retailers nationwide and online from October 2007 through September 2008) after discovering that the undersides of the foot platforms can have sharp edges. This recall involves three-wheeled scooters, which were sold in either black or silver. The recall includes products with serial numbers beginning with Y708 through Y712 and Y801 through Y808. The serial number is located on the bottom of the scooter near the front wheel. Immediately stop children from using the product. Contact Razor for a set of free replacement foot platforms. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
30,000 Razor Four-Wheeled Ride-On Vehicles Recalled Due to Throttle Control Defect

Razor USA has recalled about 30,000 Razor Four-Wheeled Ride-On Vehicles (sold at authorized retailers nationwide and online from August 2006 through September 2007) after discovering that the control module for the throttle can fail and cause the electric ride-on vehicle to unexpectedly surge forward. This recall involves Razor Dirt Quad electrically powered ride-on vehicles. Product ID numbers included in the recall begin with 103110-01 or 103110-02. The product ID numbers are located on the bar code affixed to the right step of the vehicle, on the charger, and on the retail packaging. Immediately stop using the product and contact Razor for a free replacement controller. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
3,000 Toy Police Cars Recalled Due to Lead Hazard

TCB Imports has recalled about 3,000 toy police cars (sold at dollar and discount stores nationwide from May 2008 through August 2008) after discovering that the red paint on the toy cars contains excess levels of lead. This recall involves toy police cars with a friction function. When the toy car is pushed forward, the car builds momentum. When released, the car moves forward on its own. The cars were sold in red/white and purple/white color combinations and measure 8 inches by 4 inches by 4 1/2 inches. Immediately take this toy away from children and return it to the store where purchased for a refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
20,000 Children's Metal Water Bottles Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Pottery Barn Kids has recalled about 20,000 metal water bottles (sold at Pottery Barn Kids stores nationwide, Pottery Barn Kids catalog, and online at www.potterybarnkids.com from January 2007 through August 2008) after discovering that the sip top on the water bottles can pull off, posing a choking hazard to young children. This recall involves metal water bottles that are about 9 inches tall, have a black rubber pull-up sip top, and come in pink, green, navy, and lavender. "Pottery Barn Kids" is printed on a white sticker on the bottom of the water bottle. Take the recalled water bottles away from children immediately and return them to any Pottery Barn Kids store for a full refund. If purchased through the catalog or online, contact Pottery Barn Kids to receive a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
190,000 Folding Soccer Goals Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Regent Sports Corporation has recalled about 190,000 folding soccer goals (sold at Wal-Mart, Ace Hardware, and sports and toy stores nationwide from May 2002 through May 2008) after discovering that the fixed knot flexible openings in the soccer goal net can pose a head and neck entrapment or strangulation hazard to young children. This recall involves soccer goals that have a foldable white frame with a white net that is attached by Velcro strips. The recalled nets have squares measuring 5 inches on each side. Stop using the recalled soccer goal nets immediately and return them to Regent Sports to receive a free replacement net. Visit this site for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
600,000 Simplicity Drop Side Cribs Recalled Due to Suffocation Hazard

Various retailers have recalled about 600,000 cribs (sold at department stores, children's stores, and mass merchandisers nationwide from January 2005 through August 2008) after discovering that the drop side can come off its tracks. This recall involves crib models that include: Aspen and Crib N Changer Combo, Gabrielle, Camille, Providence, and Shenandoah. Only the brand name "Simplicity" can be seen on the label on the headboard. Immediately stop using the recalled cribs and find an alternative, safe sleeping environment for your baby. Return the recalled crib to the place of purchase for a refund or store credit. Visit this site for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
78,000 Remote-Controlled Helicopter Toys Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

Ashley Collection Inc. has recalled about 78,000 Remote-Controlled Helicopter Toys (sold at retail stores nationwide from October 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the rechargeable battery inside the helicopter can overheat. This recall involves the "Protocol" remote-controlled mini helicopter toys with model number starting with 1442. The helicopter is made of foam and plastic and measures about 7 inches long. "Protocol" is printed on the tail and on the side of the helicopter. "1442-X" can be found on the packaging. Take the recalled toys away from children immediately and contact Protocol for information on how to receive a replacement helicopter. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
57,000 Pendants and Candle Charms Recalled Due to Lead

Benjamin International has recalled about 57,000 Fairy Dust Pendants and Candle Charms (sold at gift shops nationwide from February 2004 through February 2008) after discovering that the recalled metal pendants and charms contain high levels of lead. The recalled pewter pendants were sold in a collection of 12 pendants. The pendants were sold separately and on candles of various colors and scents. Take these pendants and charms away from children immediately and contact Benjamin International to receive a free replacement product. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
250 Action Baby Carriers Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Optave Inc. has recalled about 250 Action Baby Carriers (sold at specialty retail stores nationwide and Internet sites from May 2008 through June 2008) after discovering that the baby carrier's chest strap can detach from the shoulder straps, posing a fall hazard to the baby. Stop using the carrier in the positions that require the use of the chest strap immediately and contact Optave to receive free replacement straps. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
330,000 Circo Children's Rosette Bobbie Socks from Target Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Target has recalled about 330,000 Circo Rosette Bobbie Socks (sold exclusively at Target stores nationwide from January 2007 to July 2008) after discovering that the ribbon on the sock can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. The socks, sold in packs of six, range in size from 6 to 12 months, 12 to 24 months, and 2T to 5T. Take these socks away from children immediately and return them to the nearest Target store to receive a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
130 Hooded Sweaters Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Empress Arts Ltd. has recalled about 130 children's hooded sweaters (sold at specialty children's stores nationwide from August 2006 through April 2008) after discovering that the sweatshirts have a drawstring through the hood, which poses a strangulation hazard. Children can get entangled in the drawstrings if they catch on playground equipment, fences, or tree branches. The sweaters are cream-colored with a blue stripe at the wrists and waist, a blue ball on the hood, and blue buttons. "Empress Baby" is sewn into the sweater tag. Remove the drawstrings from the sweaters immediately to eliminate the hazard. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
118,000 Wooden Puzzles, Infant Rattles, Pacific Holders, and Stroller Toys Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Habermaass Corp. has recalled about 118,000 wooden puzzles, infant rattles, pacifier holders, and stroller toys (sold at specialty toy stores nationwide and at specialty online retailers from January 2002 through August 2008) after discovering that the rattles, pacifier holders, and stroller toys contain small pieces including glued-on mirrors and/or prisms that can detach, posing a choking hazard to infants. The head of the ladybug puzzle pieces also poses a choking hazard. Take the recalled items away from children immediately and contact Habermaass to receive a free replacement product or refund. Visit these sites for detailed product descriptions, model names, photos, and more information:

 
43,000 Hooded Sweatshirts and Jackets Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Orioxi International has recalled about 43,000 children's hooded sweatshirts and jackets (sold at "Shirt off My Back" retail stores in Colorado, Wyoming, and Michigan from September 2005 through May 2008) after discovering that the garments have drawstrings through the hood, which poses a strangulation hazard to young children. The sweatshirts and jackets were sold in children's sizes small, medium, and large and in a variety of colors. Remove the drawstrings from the sweatshirts immediately to eliminate the hazard. Return of the garments to the place of purchase for a refund is optional. Visit these sites for product descriptions, styles, photos, and more information:

 
100 Baby Hammocks Recalled Due to Fall and Strangulation Hazards

FlagHouse Inc. has recalled about 100 Yayita Baby Hammocks (sold in FlagHouse Inc.'s catalog and at www.flaghouse.com and at BJ Wholesale Club's Web site, www.bjs.com, from September 2007 through August 2008) after discovering that the hammock can flip over, posing a serious fall hazard and strangulation hazard to infants. The recalled baby hammock is cream-colored canvas and hangs from a wooden pole. "La Siesta" is printed on a tag located below the restraint straps, and model number YABP-1 is printed on a white tag on the hammock's side seam. Stop using the baby hammock immediately and contact FlagHouse to receive a full refund or credit toward the purchase of another product. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
Stores Agree to Recall 900,000 Simplicity Bassinets Due to Strangulation Hazard

Retailers nationwide have agreed to recall nearly 900,000 Simplicity 3-in-1 and 4-in-1 Convertible "Close-Sleeper" Bassinets (sold in department stores, children's stores, and mass merchandisers nationwide) after discovering that the Velcro-attached adjustable fabric flap over the metal bars of the bassinet can come undone, allowing the infant to slip through the opening and become entrapped between the bars, posing a strangulation hazard to babies.

This recall does not include bassinets produced in recent months that have fabric permanently attached over the lower bar. Stop using the recalled convertible "close-sleeper/bedside sleeper" bassinets manufactured by Simplicity Inc. immediately, and check if the place of purchase is participating in this voluntary recall and offering a refund or store credit. Visit this site for product descriptions, recall updates and details, model numbers, store names, photos, and more information:

 
945,000 Bonne Bell Cosmetics Accessory Bags Recalled Due to Risk of Lead Exposure

Bonne Bell Co. has recalled about 945,000 Children's Cosmetics Accessory Bags (sold at retail stores nationwide and Bonne Bell's Web site from September 2007 through August 2008) after discovering that the metal clasps on the handle of the accessory bags contain excessive levels of lead. The recalled accessory bags are plastic and have a zipper and carrying handle. The bags come with an assortment of cosmetic products, which are not part of this recall. Take the recalled accessory bag away from children immediately and contact Bonne Bell for a replacement bag. Visit these sites for product descriptions, UPC numbers, model names, photos, and more information:

 
44,000 Phil & Teds Strollers Recalled Due to Laceration Hazard

Regal Lager Inc. has recalled about 44,000 Phil & Teds e3 Single Buggy, e3 Twin Buggy and sport v1 Single Buggy Strollers (sold at baby furniture and baby products stores nationwide from August 2003 through August 2008) after discovering that the stroller's hinge locking mechanism poses a laceration hazard to the user folding and unfolding the strollers. (An additional 425 e3 Twin Buggy Strollers were recalled on May 5, 2006.) The recalled single strollers all have metal frames with three wheels, a cloth seat, and a canopy. The twin strollers have a metal frame with four wheels, side-by-side cloth seats, and double sun canopies. Stop using the strollers immediately and contact Regal Lager to obtain a free hinge cover repair kit and instructions. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
10,000 Stroller Activity Bars Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

International Playthings Inc. has recalled about 10,000 Taggies Strollin' Along Stroller Activity Bars (sold at specialty toy stores nationwide and on the Internet from February 2007 through July 2008) after discovering that the shiny material on the elephant's ear on the activity bar can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. The activity bars feature a giraffe, a hippo, and an elephant attached to a 12-inch-long base that attaches to a stroller. Stop using the activity bars immediately and contact International Playthings for a free replacement toy. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
11,000 Helicopter Toy Batteries Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

Hobbico Inc. has recalled about 11,000 Batteries Used in Radio-Controlled Helicopter Kits (sold at hobby stores nationwide and online from November 2007 through March 2008) after discovering that the rechargeable battery can overheat and catch fire while charging, igniting nearby combustible materials, and posing a fire hazard to consumers. The recall involves the Electrifly lithium-polymer batteries sold individually or with the Heli-Max Axe CP-L helicopter kits. Stop using the recalled batteries immediately and contact Hobbico for instructions on returning their battery for a free replacement. Visit these sites for product descriptions, part and item numbers, photos, and more information:

 
 
Fisher-Price Pots & Pans Toys Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Fisher-Price has recalled about 15,000 Learning Pots & Pans toys (sold at discount department and toy stores nationwide from October 2007 to August 2008) after discovering that missing screws in the blue toy pan can cause the clear plastic cover to come loose and release small balls, presenting a choking hazard to young children. Take these recalled toys away from children immediately and examine the bottom of the blue pan. The pan should contain six screws. If all six screws are installed, you don't need to worry or do anything. If any screws are missing, contact Fisher-Price to get a replacement. Visit these sites for product descriptions, model number, photos, and more information:

 
5,740 Hooded Sweatshirts Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Raw Blue Sportswear has recalled about 5,740 hooded sweatshirts (sold at TJ Maxx, Mega Trends, Moonstone Shirts, and MP Trading stores nationwide from July 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the sweatshirts have drawstrings through the hood, which pose a strangulation hazard to young children. Remove the drawstrings immediately or return the clothes to the place of purchase or Raw Blue Sportswear for a refund. Visit this site for product descriptions, style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
1,200 Drawstring Hoodies Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Request Jeans has recalled about 1,200 drawstring hoodies (sold at mass merchandisers and other retail stores nationwide from January 2007 through March 2007) after discovering that the garments have a drawstring through the hood, which can pose a strangulation hazard to children. Remove the drawstrings from the sweatshirts immediately or return the garment to either the place of purchase or to Request Jeans to receive a refund. Visit this site for product descriptions, item numbers, photos, and more information:

 
1,200 Girls Jackets Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazards

Kids with Character LLC has recalled about 1,200 BongoCheetah Girls jackets (sold at Marshalls stores nationwide from November 2007 through August 2008) after discovering that the garments have a drawstring through the hood, which can pose a strangulation hazard to children. Remove the drawstrings from the sweatshirts immediately or return the garment to either Marshalls' retail store or Kids with Character for a full refund. Visit this site for product descriptions, style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
500 Davenport Cribs Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Baby Appleseed has recalled about 500 Davenport Cribs (sold at specialty juvenile product stores nationwide from December 2006 through September 2007) after discovering that the two-mattress support system cribs do not meet federal safety standards for cribs, as the secondary mattress support does not meet the full 26-inch minimum height in its lowest position. These crib measurements allow children inside to crawl over the railing, posing a fall hazard. Stop using the recalled cribs in the third lowest position, which uses the wooden mattress support, and contact Baby Appleseed to receive a repair kit. Use of the crib with the metal mattress support in the top or middle positions is safe until a repair kit arrives. Repair kits will be available from the firm in mid-August 2008. Visit these sites for product descriptions, model numbers, federal regulation information, photos, and more information:

 
1,300 Cribs Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Mother Hubbard's Cupboards has recalled about 1,300 Cribs (sold at juvenile product stores from March 2006 through March 2008) after discovering that the distance between the mattress support bracket in the lowest position and the top of the side rail in the highest position is less than 26 inches, failing to meet federal safety standards and posing a fall hazard to children who climb over the railing. The recall includes four crib models, "Enchantment," "Hush a Bye," "Once upon a time," and "Rock a bye."

Stop using the cribs immediately and contact Mother Hubbard's Cupboards to receive instructions on how to re-install the support brackets to eliminate the hazard. Visit these sites for descriptions, model numbers, federal regulation details, photos, and more information:

 
 
375 Wooden Toys Recalled Due to Choking and Strangulation Hazards

Earthentree has recalled about 375 Wooden Toys (sold at Earthentree's Web site, fairs, trade shows, and retail stores nationwide from December 2007 through May 2008) after discovering that the toys contain small parts or can break into small parts, posing a choking hazard to children. Some of the toys also have a string longer than 12 inches, posing a strangulation hazard to young children. The recall involves a variety of wooden toys including maracas, pull toys, rattles, and trains. Take the recalled toys away from children immediately and contact Earthentree for an exchange or a refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
40 Stuffed Dog Toys Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Daiso LLC has recalled about 40 Stuffed Dog Toys (sold at Daiso retail stores in California and Washington State from October 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the stuffed toys contain small parts, posing a choking hazard to young children. Stop using the toys immediately and return them to any Daiso retail store for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, UPC codes, photos, and more information:

 
19,000 Infant Rattles Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Kids II Inc. has recalled about 19,000 Bright Starts Ring Rattles (sold at toy stores, mass merchandisers, and other retail stores nationwide from January 2008 through June 2008) after discovering that the tip of the rattle's antenna, which is attached to a bumble bee figure, can detach and pose a choking hazard to small children. Take the recalled rattles away from children immediately and contact Kids II to receive a free replacement rattle. Visit these sites for product descriptions, model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
685,000 Wireless Indoor Helicopters Recalled Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

Innovage LLC has recalled about 685,000 "Sky Scrambler" and "The Sharper Image" Wireless Indoor Helicopters (sold at mass merchandisers, department stores, drug stores, and other retail stores nationwide, and on the web from June 2007 through May 2008) after discovering that the rechargeable battery inside the helicopters can overheat, posing fire and burn hazards to consumers. Take recalled helicopters away from children immediately and contact Innovage for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, product numbers, photos, and more information:

 
115,000 Personalized Pacifiers Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

It's My Binky has recalled about 115,000 Personalized Pacifiers (sold at Nordstrom and baby boutique retail stores nationwide and online at www.itsmybinky.com from February 2006 through June 2008) after discovering that the pacifier button, ring handle, and shield with nipple can detach, posing a choking hazard to infants. The recalled pacifiers (sold in blue, white, and pink colors) have a "Japlo" imprint on the front of the pacifier and have a word or design on the button. Take these pacifiers away from children immediately and return them to the store where purchased for a free replacement. If purchased online, contact the company directly to receive a the replacement pacifier. Visit these sites for product descriptions, design and style information, photos, and more information:

 
30,000 Wal-Mart Lip Gloss and Jewelry Sets Recalled Due to Risk of Lead Exposure

F.A.F. Inc. has recalled about 30,000 "Faded Glory" Lip Gloss, Locket, and Bracelet Sets (sold exclusively at Wal-Mart stores nationwide from May 2008 through June 2008) after discovering that the lobster-claw clasp on the bracelet contains high levels of lead. Take the bracelet away from children immediately and return the set to any Wal-Mart store for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
18,500 Shoelace and Necklace Charms Recalled Due to Risk of Lead Exposure

Action Products International Inc. has recalled about 18,500 Children's Charm Craft Kits (sold through various retailers nationwide from July 2007 through April 2008) after discovering that the clasp in the charm craft kits contains high levels of lead. The recall includes "Super Dooper Charms" and "Shoelace Charms" craft kits. Take the recalled product away from children immediately and contact Action Products International for instructions on receiving a free replacement. Visit these sites for product descriptions, item numbers, photos, and more information:

 
500,000 Ballet Shoe Charm Necklaces Recalled Due to Risk of Lead Exposure

Parragon Inc. has recalled about 500,000 Children's Necklaces with Ballet Shoes Charm, sold at retail chains and independent bookstores nationwide from January 2003 through June 2008, along with a children's book called The Magical Ballet Slippers (alternatively titled Ballerina's Magical Shoes), and sold in Spanish as Las zapatillas magicas de la bailarina and in French as Les petits chaussons magiques. The solder on the charm may contain high levels of lead. Take the recalled necklaces away from children immediately and contact Parragon for instructions on how to return the necklace and receive a free children's book. Visit these sites for product descriptions, product numbers, photos, and more information:

 
13,000 Bracelets, Necklaces, and Phone Charms Recalled Due to Risk of Lead Exposure

Bead Bazaar USA Inc. has recalled about 13,000 "It's a Girl Thing" Bracelets, Necklaces, and Phone Charms (sold at retailers nationwide from February 2006 through June 2008) after discovering the jewelry could contain high levels of lead. Take the recalled jewelry away from children immediately and return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, UPC numbers, photos, and more information:

 
9,350 Children's Beds Recalled Because of Strangulation Hazard

Bayside Furnishings (a division of Whalen) has recalled about 9,350 LaJolla Boat Beds and Pirates of the Caribbean Twin Trundle Beds (sold at Costco and furniture retail stores nationwide and Costco.com from January 2006 through May 2008) after the death of a 22-month-old boy, who was strangled when the lid on the attached toy chest fell quickly, trapping his neck. These beds pose strangulation and entrapment hazards to young children; stop using the toy chest portions of the beds immediately and contact Bayside Furnishings for instructions on receiving a free repair kit with replacement lid supports. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
1,400 Remote-Controlled Vehicles Recalled Due to Remote Control Defect

Redcat Racing Co. has recalled about 1,400 Redcat Racing FM Remote-Controlled Vehicles (sold by authorized dealers nationwide from March 2007 through April 2008) after discovering that the remote control unit can lose its signal, causing the toy vehicle to lose control, posing a risk of injury to the user and bystanders. Stop using the product immediately and contact Redcat Racing for a replacement remote control. The recall includes various styles and models; visit these sites for product descriptions, model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
6,200 Infant Garments Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Rashti & Rashti has recalled about 6,200 Taggies Sleep 'n Play Infant Garments (sold at Buy Buy Baby, Dillard's, Nordstrom, and other specialty stores and Internet retailers nationwide from June 2007 through May 2008) after discovering that the snaps on the garments can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. The recalled garments include purple one-piece footed coveralls and blue-and-white one-piece footed coveralls in three sizes each. Take clothing away from children immediately and contact Rashti & Rashti to receive a refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, style and UPC numbers, photos, and more information:

 
3,000 Children's Jackets and Hoodies Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Coolibar Inc. has recalled about 3,000 Children's Sun Block Jackets and Hoodies (sold in Coolibar's catalog and on www.coolibar.com from March 2005 through April 2008 [hoodies] and from February 2008 through April 2008 [jackets]) after discovering that the garments have a drawstring through the hood, which poses a strangulation hazard to young children. The recalled items include jackets and hoodies sold in children's sizes 2 through 12 in a variety of colors. Remove the drawstring from the jacket or hoodie immediately to eliminate the hazard or contact the firm for instructions on returning the garment for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
 
Remote-Controlled Helicopter Toys Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

Westminster Inc. has recalled about 102,000 "Thunder Wolf" Remote-Controlled Indoor Helicopters (sold at retail stores nationwide from June 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the rechargeable battery inside the helicopter can overheat, causing the toy to melt and the risk of fire or burns to kids. Stop playing with the recalled helicopters immediately and contact Westminster Inc. for a refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
1,200 Built to Grow Cribs Recalled Due to Entrapment Hazard

Stanley Furniture Company Inc. has recalled about 1,200 2nd Nature Built to Grow Cribs (sold at department and furniture stores from March 2006 through December 2007) after discovering that the space between the mattress and the crib can be too wide in the middle mattress setting, failing federal safety standards for crib dimensions and posing an entrapment hazard to infants. Stop using the crib in the middle mattress setting immediately and use the low or high setting instead. Contact Stanley Furniture to determine if the crib is subject to recall, and if it is, to receive a free replacement crib headboard. Visit these sites for product descriptions, serial numbers, photos, and more information:

 
320,000 Cribs Recalled Due to Entrapment and Strangulation Hazard

Jardine Cribs has recalled about 320,000 cribs (sold at KidsWorld, Geoffrey Stores, Toys "R" Us, and Babies "R" Us stores nationwide and Online at babiesrus.com from January 2002 through May 2008) after discovering that the wooden crib slats and spindles can break, creating a gap that poses an entrapment and strangulation hazard to infants. Stop using the recalled cribs immediately and contact Jardine to receive a full credit toward the purchase of a new crib. Twenty-eight Jardine crib models are included in the recall -- to see all the model names and numbers and for more information, visit these sites:

 
1,500 Nordstrom Sandals Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Nordstrom Inc. has recalled about 1,500 Nordstrom's Cadence-Lea and Trio-Lea Girl's Sandals (sold exclusively at Nordstrom stores nationwide from March 2008 through May 2008) after discovering that the flower embellishments on the sandals can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. Take the recalled sandals away from children immediately and return them to any Nordstrom store for a full refund. Visit these sites for product description, photos, and more information:

 
15,000 Merry-Go-Rounds Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Pacific Cycle Inc. has recalled about 15,000 Playsafe Spinning Quad Merry-Go-Rounds (sold exclusively by Toys "R" Us nationwide from January 2008 through March 2008) after discovering that the inner bearing on the merry-go-round can fail, which causes the seat assembly to suddenly drop to the ground and poses a fall hazard to children. Stop using the merry-go-round immediately and return it to Toys "R" Us for a full refund, or contact Pacific Cycle to receive a free retrofit kit. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
1,800 Infant and Toddler Shortalls Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Sara Lynn Togs has recalled about 1,800 Infant and Toddler Shortalls (sold at college bookstores, fan stores, children's boutiques, and gift shops nationwide from March 2007 through February 2008) after discovering that the buttons on the shoulder straps can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. The recalled items include Gingham and Flannel Shortalls with a collegiate applique or embroidery on the front. Take recalled items away from children immediately and return them to Sara Lynn Togs for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
Boy's Camouflage Pajama Sets Recalled Due to Lead

The Children's Place Retail Stores Inc. has recalled about 28,000 Camouflage Pajama Sets (sold exclusively at The Children's Place stores nationwide and www.childrensplace.com from December 2006 to January 2008) after discovering that the screen print on the shirt contains excess levels of lead. The recall includes long- and short-sleeved pajama sets with an "Athletics 90" decal on the shirt. Take the pajama sets away from children immediately and return them to any Children's Place store for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
11,000 Play Sets Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Backyard Leisure LLC has recalled about 11,000 Adventure Play Sets and Create N Adventure Wooden Play Sets (sold at Wal-Mart stores nationwide and walmart.com under the Adventure Play Sets brand and at Toys "R" Us stores nationwide under the Create N Adventure brand from January 2008 through May 2008) after discovering that the hangers holding the chains for the gliders can break, causing a child to fall and possibly suffer injury. Remove the gliders from the swing sets immediately and contact Backyard Leisure to receive free replacement glider hangers and repair instructions. Visit these sites for product descriptions, model numbers, more photos, and information:

 
2,200 Children's Animal Tracking Explorer Kit Recalled Due to Chemical That Irritates Skin and Eyes

MindWare has recalled about 2,200 Animal Tracking Explorer Kits (sold on the MindWare Web site, www.mindwareonline.com, and in their catalog from September 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the powder in the kit marked "plaster of Paris" is actually calcium hydroxide, which can trigger skin and eye irritation. Take the recalled kits away from children immediately and contact MindWare to receive either a free replacement product or a full refund. Visit this site for product description, company contact information, photos, and more information:

 
20,000 Crib Mattresses Recalled Due to Entrapment Hazard

Simmons Kids, a division of The Simmons Manufacturing Co., has recalled about 20,000 Simmons Kids Crib Mattresses (sold at Pottery Barn Kids and nursery furniture retailers from July 2006 through May 2008) after discovering that some of the mattresses can measure smaller than the minimum width requirement for cribs, creating a gap between the mattress and some crib side rails, posing an entrapment hazard to infants. Stop using the mattresses immediately if the width measures less than 27 1/4 inches and contact Simmons Kids to receive a free replacement mattress. Visit these sites for product descriptions, model names, measuring instructions, photos, and more information:

 
65 Mini Chef Toy Kitchens Recalled Due to Choking and Tip-Over Hazards

eStyle Inc. has recalled about 65 Mini Chef Complete Toy Kitchens (sold exclusively at Babystyle stores nationwide and at www.babystyle.com from October 2007 through November 2007) after discovering that the four pegs supporting the oven shelf and four pegs supporting the refrigerator shelf can pull out of the wood, posing a choking hazard. The toy kitchen unit can also tip over, posing a risk of serious injury. Stop using the recalled product immediately and contact the company for a store credit. Visit these sites for product description, photo, and more information:

 
550 Babies "R" Us Cribs Recalled Due to Entrapment Hazard

Bassettbaby has recalled about 550 Wendy Bellissimo Hidden Hills Collection Cribs (sold exclusively at Babies "R" Us stores nationwide from November 2007 through February 2008) after discovering that the space between the spindles on some cribs fails to meet federal standards and poses an entrapment hazard to infants. Stop using the crib immediately and contact Bassettbaby (if the company hasn't contacted you first) to schedule an in-home inspection of the crib; recalled cribs will be replaced. Visit these sites for product description, model number, photos, and more information:

 
 
70,000 Children's Jewelry Sets Recalled Due to Lead

QuinCrafts has recalled about 70,000 Makit & Bakit Jewelry Sets and Suncatcher Sets (sold at AC Moore, CVS, LTD Commodities, Marshall's/TJ Maxx, Michaels Corp., and other toy and independent craft supply stores nationwide from August 2007 through March 2008) after discovering that the clasps on some of the jewelry contain high levels of lead. Take the recalled jewelry away from young children immediately and contact QuinCrafts for a replacement jewelry set. Visit these sites for product descriptions, item numbers, photos, and more information:

 
152,000 Remote-Controlled Helicopter Toys Recalled Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

TWIE, also known as Tradewinds International Enterprises Inc., has recalled about 152,000 "Sky Champion" Wireless Indoor Helicopters (sold exclusively at Walgreens stores nationwide from June 2007 through November 2007) after discovering that the rechargeable battery contained inside the helicopter can catch fire, igniting the helicopter and nearby combustible materials. This hazard poses a fire hazard and a burn hazard to consumers. Stop all use of this product immediately and contact TWIE for a full refund. Walgreens will not accept returns or provide a refund. Visit this site for product descriptions, style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
1 Million Little Tikes Toy Cell Phones Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Kids Station Toys International Ltd. has recalled about 1 million Little Tikes Chit 'N Chat Toy Cell Phones (sold at department stores, juvenile product stores, and drugstores nationwide from June 2006 through March 2008) after discovering that the hinge cover on the toy cell phone can detach from the phone, posing a choking hazard to young children. Products with a visible screw on the hinge are not included in the recall. Take the recalled toys away from children immediately and contact Kids Station for instructions on obtaining a free replacement. Visit these sites for product descriptions, model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
300 Hooded Fleece Sweatshirts Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Adio Footwear has recalled about 300 Boys' Hooded Zip Fleece Sweatshirts (sold at Tilly's and Bob's stores nationwide from October 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the garments have a drawstring through the hood, which poses a strangulation hazard to young children. Remove the drawstrings immediately to eliminate the hazard and return the item to the place of purchase or to Adio Footwear for a full refund. Visit these sites for product description, style number, photos, and more information:

 
300 Horse Toys Recalled Due to Lead

Toy Investments Inc. has recalled about 300 Floppy Friends Horse Toys (sold at hobby stores, gas stations, gift shops, and toy stores nationwide from February 2008 through April 2008) after discovering that paint on the toy horse contains excessive levels of lead. Take recalled toys away from children immediately and return to the store where purchased for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
8,000 Tinker Bell Wands Recalled Due to Lead

Disney Store has recalled about 8,000 Tinker Bell Wands (sold at Disney stores nationwide from April 2007 through October 2007) after discovering that the paint on the beads in the flowers on the wands contains excessive levels of lead. Take recalled toys away from children immediately and return them to any Disney Store for a full refund. Visit these sites for product description, photos, and more information:

 
6,500 Shaker Instruments Recalled Due to Lead

Antigua Winds Inc. has recalled about 6,500 Basic Beat Shaker Guiro Instruments (sold by West Music retail stores in Iowa and Illinois, in West Music's catalog and on their Web site, www.westmusic.com, at West Music booths at conventions and workshops, and in Music Together's Catalog and on their Web site, www.musictogether.com, nationwide from November 2001 through March 2008) after discovering that paint on the shaker instrument contains excessive levels of lead. Take the recalled instruments away from children immediately and contact West Music to arrange to receive a replacement instrument. Visit this site for product description, item numbers, photos, and more information:

 
4,100 Disney Sleeping Bags Recalled Due to Lead

Disney Store has recalled about 4,100 Pirates of the Caribbean Sleeping Bags (sold at Disney stores nationwide from April 2007 through October 2007) after discovering that paint on the sleeping bag's zipper pull contains excessive levels of lead. The recall includes sleeping bags with a cartoon pirate design of Davy Jones and Jack Sparrow on the front. Take the recalled sleeping bags away from children immediately and return them to any Disney Store for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
74,000 Children's Animal Blankets Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Douglas Co. has recalled about 74,000 Lil' Snugglers Children's Blankets (sold at specialty stores nationwide and online from April 2005 through December 2007) after discovering that the blanket's satin edge can detach, posing a strangulation hazard. The recalled blankets are 14 inches square with a stuffed toy animal head sewn in the middle. Take the recalled items away from children immediately and return them to Douglas for a free replacement or credit toward another item of equal value. Visit these sites for product description, style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
6,000 Little Rider Toys Recalled Due to Lead

Master Toys & Novelties Inc. has recalled about 6,000 Cowboy on a Horse Little Rider Toys (sold at dollar and discount stores nationwide from April 2007 through January 2008) after discovering that paint on the shoe and pants of the cowboy rider contains excessive levels of lead. Take the toys away from children immediately and return them to the store where purchased for a full refund. Visit these sites for product description, model numbers and UPC codes, photos, and more information:

 
7,000 Infant Rattles Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Manhattan Group LLC has recalled about 7,000 Tumble Tower Infant Rattles (sold at gift and specialty stores nationwide, in mail order catalogs, and on the Internet from September 2007 through April 2008) after discovering that the blue plastic end caps of the rattle can break, exposing small parts that pose a choking hazard to young children. Take the toys away from kids and return them to the store for a refund, or contact Manhattan Group to exchange the rattles for another toy. Visit these sites for product description, photos, and more information:

 
6,000 Girl's Corduroy Jackets Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Maran Inc. has recalled about 6,000 Squeeze Kids Girl's Corduroy Jackets (sold exclusively at TJ Maxx retail stores nationwide during January 2007) after discovering that the jacket has a drawstring through the hood, which poses a strangulation hazard to children. Remove the drawstring from the hood to eliminate the hazard or return the garment to the place where purchased or to Maran Inc. to receive a refund. Visit these sites for style numbers, product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
5,000 Baby Bottle and Food Warmers Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

Munchkin Inc. has recalled about 5,000 Deluxe Bottle and Food Warmers (sold at various retailers nationwide and in the company's catalog from June 2007 through April 2008) after discovering that the bottle and food warmers can overheat, posing a fire hazard. Stop using the bottle and food warmers (part of a set with lot number TP-1487 that also includes a main basket, lift-out basket, adapter ring, and measuring cup) immediately and contact Munchkin for a free replacement. Visit these sites for product descriptions, part numbers, photos, and more information:

 
17,300 Playground Swing Sets Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Playworld Systems Inc. has recalled about 17,300 Playground Swing Sets (sold to daycare centers and children's learning centers by authorized dealers nationwide from January 2007 through February 2008) after discovering that the clevis bearing on the swing set can wear, causing the swing to detach and the user to fall. Remove the swing from the swing set immediately and do not use until a free repair kit is installed. The company has sent direct mail notices to consumers -- if you're concerned, check with your child's school to make sure the playground equipment is safe. Visit these sites for product descriptions, part numbers, photos, and additional information:

 
84,000 Children's Storage Bins Recalled Due to Lead

L G Sourcing, Inc. has recalled about 84,000 Children's Storage Bins (sold at Lowe's retail outlets nationwide from March 2007 through February 2008) after discovering that paint on the bins could contain excessive levels of lead. Take the recalled storage bins (sold in pastel green and pastel pink) away from children immediately and return them to any Lowe's store for a full refund. Please visit these sites for product description, item numbers, photos, and more information:

 
71,000 Nintendo Lapel Pins Recalled Due to Lead

Nintendo of America Inc. has recalled about 71,000 Character-Themed Lapel Pins (sold at Nintendo stores in Redmond, Washington, and New York, New York, between April 2004 and November 2007) after discovering that paint on the pins contains high levels of lead. Take the lapel pins away from children immediately and contact Nintendo to receive a free replacement pin. Please visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
 
Infant Santa Outfits Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Avon Products Inc. has recalled about 17,000 Infant Santa Outfits (sold through Avon Independent Sales Representatives in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands from August 2006 through November 2007) after discovering that the pom-poms on the 2006 and 2007 outfits and the snaps on the 2007 outfit can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. Parents should take the 2007 outfits away from kids right away and contact Avon for a refund; parents with the 2006 outfits should remove the pom-pom from the hat. Visit these sites for item numbers, product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
Basketball and Flower Tables Recalled Due to Lead

Avon Products Inc. has recalled about 1,000 Basketball and Flower Tables (sold through Avon Independent Sales Representatives in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands from June 2007 through August 2007) after discovering that paint on the tables contains excessive levels of lead. Take tables away from children immediately and contact Avon for a full refund. Visit these sites for product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
Baby Carriers Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Beco Baby Carrier Inc. has recalled about 2,000 Beco Baby Butterfly Carriers (sold at specialty retail stores nationwide and Internet sites from January 2008 through February 2008) after discovering that the buckles on the carrier shoulder straps can unexpectedly lose tension, causing the strap to slip through and posing a fall hazard for baby. Stop using the carriers immediately and contact Beco Baby Carrier for instructions on returning the carriers to be fixed. Visit these sites for product description, photo, and more information:

 
9,000 Push Toys Recalled Due to Lead

Santa's Toy Corp. has recalled about 9,000 Western Rider Push Toys (sold at retail dollar and discount stores nationwide February 2005 through February 2008) after discovering that the paint on the glove, shirt, and pants of the toy rider contains excessive levels of lead. Take the push toy away from children immediately and return it to the store where purchased for a full refund. Visit this site for product description, photo, and more contact information:

 
26,000 Fake Teeth Recalled Due to Lead

FUNTASTIC has recalled about 26,000 Hillbilly Teeth (sold at grocery, drug, convenience, and mass retail stores nationwide from March 2005 through March 2008) after discovering that the gray surface paint on the teeth contains excessive levels of lead. Take the recalled product away from children immediately and contact FUNTASTIC for information on receiving a refund. Visit these sites for item numbers, product description, photos, and more information:

 
2,000 Robot Toys Recalled Due to Lead

OKK Trading Inc. has recalled about 2,000 Interchange Robot Toys (sold at dollar stores nationwide from October 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the paint on the toys contains excessive levels of lead. Take recalled robot toys away from children immediately and return the toys to the store where purchased for a full refund. Visit these sites for product description, photos, and more information:

 
17,000 Children's Board Books Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Dalmatian Press LLC has recalled about 17,000 Little Builder Children's Board Book Sets with Toys (sold at Wal-Mart, Levy Home Entertainment, Lion Sales of NW Brunswick, Farris Wholesale Outlet, Crane Book Sales, Ingram Book Co., BPDI Corp., Books A Million, and Christmas Tree Shop stores nationwide and on the Internet at Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com from August 2007 through February 2008) after discovering that the cylinder on the toy concrete mixer and the tailgate on the toy dump truck can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. Take the recalled toys away from young children immediately and return the entire book set to the retailer where purchased for a refund or exchange. Visit these sites for product numbers, descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
870,000 Dart Boards Recalled Due to Dangerous Magnets

Henry Gordy International Inc. has recalled about 870,000 Fun 'N Games Magnetic Dart Boards (sold exclusively at Family Dollar stores nationwide from September 2002 through March 2008) after discovering that the small magnets at the ends of the darts can detach, posing threats of internal damage and intestinal blockage if swallowed. Take magnetic boards and darts away from children immediately and return them by first class mail to Henry Gordy International Inc. for a full refund including tax and shipping costs. Please visit this site for product descriptions, photos, shipping address, and more information:

 
300,000 Plush Insect Toys Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Dollar Tree Stores Inc. has recalled about 300,000 Cuddly Cousins Plush Insect Toys (sold at Dollar Tree, Dollar Bill$, Dollar Express, Greenbacks, Only One $1, and Deal$ stores nationwide from March 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the toy contains small parts that pose a choking hazard to small children. Take recalled plush insect toys away from children immediately and return them to the store where purchased for a full refund. Visit these sites for product numbers, UPC codes, detailed descriptions, photos, and contact information:

 
16,400 Toys "R" Us Activity Centers Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Toys "R" Us Inc. has recalled about 16,400 Imaginarium Multi-Sided Activity Centers and Jungle Activity Centers (sold exclusively at Toys "R" Us stores nationwide and toysrus.com from August 2007 through February 2008) after discovering that small parts on the toys can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. Take activity centers away from children immediately and return the toys to the nearest Toys "R" Us for a refund or store credit. Visit these sites for item numbers, product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
144,000 Children's Sunglasses Recalled Due to Lead

StyleMark Inc. has recalled about 144,000 pairs of Main Street Drag Children's Sunglasses (sold at Payless, Walgreen's, Academy Sports, and CVS stores nationwide from October 2007 through March 2008) after discovering that some of the paint on the sunglasses contains excessive levels of lead. Take the sunglasses away from children immediately and contact StyleMark for instructions on returning the sunglasses for a free replacement pair. Visit these sites for style number, product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
7,400 Hooded Sweatshirts and Jackets Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Brents-Riordan Inc. LLC has recalled about 7,400 Youth Hooded Sweatshirts and Insulated Bombers (sold at various retail stores nationwide from July 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the hoods have a drawstring, which poses a strangulation hazard to children. Remove the drawstrings from the sweatshirts immediately or return the sweatshirts to the place of purchase or Brents-Riordan for a full refund. Visit these sites for item numbers, product descriptions, photos, and more information:

 
5,000 Hooded Sweatshirts Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Kidz World Inc., d/b/a High Energy USA has recalled about 5,000 Boys' Hooded Sweatshirts (sold at A.J. Wright, Bealls Outlet, A&E Stores, and Happy Days Stores nationwide from October 2007 through November 2007) after discovering that the sweatshirts have a drawstring hood, which poses a strangulation hazard to children. Remove the drawstrings from the sweatshirts immediately or contact High Energy for a full refund. Visit this site for style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
122,000 Plush Rocker Toys Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Tek Nek Toys Int'l L.P. has recalled about 122,000 Rock 'N Ride Plush Rocker Toys (sold at Wal-Mart, Toys "R" Us, Kmart, Target, Atwoods, and Pamida stores nationwide and through Internet retailers from September 2007 through March 2008) after discovering that the base of the rocker can become unstable and allow the toy to tip forward or backward, creating a fall hazard for young riders. Take the rockers away from children immediately and contact Tek Nek Toys for a free replacement base. Visit these sites for manufacturing dates, photos, and more information:

 
130 Ring Toss Games Recalled Due to Lead

Educational Insights has recalled about 130 Ring Toss Games (sold at school supply stores nationwide from December 2007 through February 2008) after discovering that the paint on the yellow peg of the toy contains excessive levels of lead. Take the game back to the store for a store credit or refund. Visit these sites for toy description, photos, and more information:

 
18,000 Water Bottles Recalled Due to Lead

Downeast Concepts Inc. has recalled about 18,000 Backyard and Beyond Metal Water Bottles (sold at major retailers, gift shops, convenience stores, mass merchandise stores, and drugstores nationwide from February 2006 through February 2008) after discovering that paint on the water bottles contains excessive levels of lead. Take the recalled water bottles away from children immediately and return the product to the store where it was purchased to receive a refund. Visit these sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
3,000 Toy Penguin Figures Recalled Due to Laceration Hazard

Plan Toy Inc. has recalled about 3,000 Toy Penguin Figures (sold at specialty toy stores nationwide and online from May 2007 through February 2008) after discovering that the head of the penguin toy can detach, exposing sharp points that pose a laceration hazard. Take the toy penguins away from children immediately and return them to the store where purchased to receive a refund. Visit these sites for item numbers, photos, and how to return the toy by mail:

 
13,000 Easter Egg Containers and Spinning Top Recalled Due to Lead

Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. has recalled about 13,000 Camouflage Eggs and Spinning Egg Top Toys (sold at Hobby Lobby Stores nationwide from January 2008 through March 2008) after discovering that the paint on the toys contains excessive levels of lead. Take the egg and top toys away from children immediately and contact Hobby Lobby to receive a $3 credit to be used at the store. Visit these sites for item numbers, photos, and more information:

 
 
198,000 Toy Puzzle Vehicle Sets Recalled Due to Lead

Merchant Media Corp. has recalled about 198,000 Toy Puzzle Vehicle Sets (sold exclusively by QVC televised shopping programs, Web site, toll-free number, and studio store from September 2002 through December 2007) after discovering that the paint on the puzzle pieces and components contain excessive levels of lead. Take the toy puzzle sets away from children immediately and return them to QVC for a full refund. Visit these sites for item numbers, photos, and more information:

 
90,000 Journals and Calendars Recalled Due to Lead

Galison/Mudpuppy has recalled about 90,000 Wire-O Bound Journals and Calendars (sold at specialty and gift stores across the country and online from August 2003 through December 2007) after discovering that the metal spiral bindings of the journals contained excessive levels of lead. Remove the back cover of the calendars and journals with the ISBN barcode number before discarding them; contact Galison for instructions on returning the back cover for a refund. Visit these sites for ISBN style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
1.1 Million Pre-School Magnetic Toys Recalled Due to Dangerous Magnets

MEGA Brands America Inc. has recalled about 1.1 million Magtastik and Magnetix Jr. Pre-school Magnetic Toys (sold at Wal-Mart, Target, Toys "R" Us, Kmart and other toy stores nationwide from January 2005 through December 2007) after discovering the magnets in the small flexible parts of the animals, vehicles and building sets can detach; if swallowed by young children, the magnets can attract each other internally and cause dangerous intestinal perforations or blockages. Stop using the toys immediately and return them to MEGA Brands for a free replacement toy. Visit these sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
1.3 Million MagnaMan Magnetic Action Figures Recalled Due to Dangerous Magnets

MEGA Brands America Inc. has recalled about 1.3 million MagnaMan Magnetic Toy Figures (sold at Wal-Mart, Target, Toys "R" Us, Kmart and other toy stores nationwide from January 2005 through December 2007) after discovering the small magnets inside the figures can detach; if swallowed by young children, the magnets can attract each other internally and cause dangerous intestinal perforations or blockages. Stop using the toys immediately and return them to MEGA Brands for a free replacement toy. Visit these sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
7,000 Magnetic Construction Sets Recalled Due to Dangerous Magnets

Battat Inc. has recalled about 7,000 Battat Magnabild Magnetic Building Toys and Sets (sold online and at various retailers nationwide from July 2005 through February 2008) after discovering the small magnets inside the building pieces can fall out; if swallowed by young children, the magnets can attract each other internally and cause dangerous intestinal perforations or blockages. Take the magnetic construction set away from children immediately and contact Battat to return it and receive a free replacement product. Visit these sites for item numbers, photos, and more information:

 

125,000 other Battat Magnabild Building Systems were recalled on January 23, 2008.

 
22,000 Toy Sundae Sets Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Battat Inc. has recalled about 22,000 Play Wonder Toy Sundae Sets (sold exclusively at Target Stores nationwide from December 2006 through December 2007) after discovering that the wooden cherries on top of the toy sundae pose a choking hazard to young children. Take the toy sundae sets away from children and return them to any Target store for a full refund. Visit the following sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
5,000 Toy Airplanes, Cars, and Motorcycles Recalled Due to Lead

S.U. Wholesale Inc. has recalled about 5,000 X Force Commander Toy Airplanes and Super Famous Toy Cars and Motorcycles (sold at Dollar Stores nationwide from September 2006 through November 2007) after discovering that the toys contain excessive levels of lead. Take these toys away from children and return to them to the store for a refund. Visit the following site for item numbers, photos, and more information:

 
700 Children's Hooded Sweatshirts Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Urgent Gear Inc. has recalled about 700 Micros Boys' Hooded Jackets (sold exclusively at Nordstrom stores nationwide from November 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the drawstring through the hood poses a strangulation hazard to children. Remove the drawstrings immediately or return the sweatshirts to Nordstrom or to Urgent Gear for a full refund. Visit the following sites for style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
1,200 Ellaroo Infant Sling Carriers Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Ellaroo LLC has recalled about 1,200 Ring Sling Baby Carriers (sold at children's and department stores nationwide and online, including BabiesRUs.com, from June 2007 through February 2008) after discovering that the aluminum rings on the sling carriers can bend or break, causing the fabric to slip through the rings and infants to fall out of the carrier. Stop using the sling carriers immediately and contact Ellaroo for instructions on returning the carriers for a repair or replacement Ring Sling. Visit the following sites for item numbers, photos, and more information:

 
20,000 Infantino Infant Rattles Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Infantino LLC has recalled about 20,000 Infantino Lamb Grabby Rattles (sold at Wal-Mart, Babies "R" Us, and other specialty stores nationwide from September 2007 through February 2008) after discovering that the tail-piece on the rattles can detach, posing a choking hazard to infants. Take the rattles away from children immediately and contact Infantino for a replacement rattle or a product of equal value. Visit the following sites for batch codes, photos, and more information:

 
4,800 Girls' Hooded Sweatshirts Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Rebelette International Trading Corp. has recalled about 4,800 girls' hooded sweatshirts (sold at Marshalls Stores and specialty children's clothing retailers nationwide from July 2007 through September 2007) after discovering that the drawstring through the hood poses a strangulation hazard to children. Remove the drawstrings immediately or return the sweatshirt to the store or to Rebelette International for a full refund. Visit the following site for photos and more information:

 
67,000 Car Seats Recalled Due to Safety Hazard

Combi USA, Inc. has voluntarily recalled about 67,000 Centre, Centre ARB, and Shuttle seats and travel systems (manufactured from October 2005 through December 2007) after discovering the car seat could potentially become separated from its base in high-impact side collisions. Stop using the car seat base immediately (look at the instruction manual to see how to safely install the car seat without the base) and contact Combi for a free retrofit kit to repair the problem. Visit the following site for model numbers and more information:

 
 
24,000 Cribs Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Munire Furniture Inc. has recalled about 24,000 Majestic Curved Top and Flat Top cribs, and Essex, Brighton/Sussex and Captiva Cribs (sold at specialty juvenile product stores nationwide from November 2005 through November 2007) after discovering the crib mattresses can't be moved to the lowest position, allowing babies to climb over the railing and fall out. Stop using the cribs and contact Munire Furniture to receive replacement parts to fix the problem. Visit the following sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
250,000 Magnetic Dart Boards Recalled Due to Dangerous Magnets

Family Dollar has recalled about 250,000 Fun 'N Safe magnetic dart boards (sold exclusively at Family Dollar stores nationwide from January 2001 through January 2008) after discovering that the small magnets at the ends of the darts can detach; if swallowed by young children, the magnets can attract each other internally and cause dangerous intestinal perforations or blockages. Take the magnet dart boards away from children immediately and return the board and all of the darts to a Family Dollar store for a refund. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
2,900 Children's Metal Necklaces Recalled Due to Lead

Pecoware Co. Inc. has recalled about 2,900 metal necklaces (sold at department and specialty stores nationwide from January 2006 through November 2007) after discovering the children's necklaces contain high levels of lead. Take the necklaces away from children immediately and contact Pecoware for instructions on returning the necklaces for a full refund. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
6,600 Spiderman Water Bottles Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Fast Forward LLC has recalled about 6,600 Spiderman water bottles (sold exclusively at Sears stores nationwide from July 2007 through August 2007) after discovering that the screws under the bottle's lid can come loose and fall into the cup, posing a choking hazard to children. Take the water bottles away from children immediately and contact Fast Forward LLC for instructions on returning the water bottles for a full refund. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
64,000 Cinderella Battery-Powered Toy Cars Recalled Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

Dumar International USA has recalled about 64,000 Cinderella 12-volt Electric Ride-On Vehicles (sold at Wal-Mart stores nationwide from August 2005 through February 2006) after discovering that the wires under the hood of the car and in the battery compartment under the seat can short circuit, posing a fire and burn hazard to children riding in the car. Take the toy car away from children immediately and contact Dumar International for a free retrofit kit, including a new battery. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
11,000 Girls' Bracelet Sets Recalled Due to Lead

Mission City Press has recalled about 11,000 A Life of Faith charm bracelet sets (sold at specialty toy, book, and gift stores nationwide from October 2006 through November 2007) after discovering that the paint on the pearl white beads of the bracelet contains excessive levels of lead. Take the bracelet sets away from children immediately and return them to the Mission City Press to receive a refund. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
Bellissimo Cribs Recalled Due to Entrapment and Strangulation Hazards

Bassettbaby has recalled 18 Wendy Bellissimo Hidden Hills Collection drop-side cribs (sold at Babies "R" Us stores nationwide from November 2007 through January 2008) after discovering that the spindles on the drop-side of the crib could loosen, creating a gap that poses an entrapment and strangulation hazard to infants. Stop using the crib immediately and contact Bassettbaby for a free replacement or a full refund. Visit the following sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
5,000 Boys' Hooded Sweatshirts Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Siegfried & Parzifal Inc. has recalled about 5,000 Karl Kani boys' fleece hooded sweatshirts (sold at A&E Store, DD Discount, Forman Mills, The Marmaxx Groups, and Suit Mart stores nationwide from July 2007 through October 2007) after discovering that the drawstring through the hood poses a strangulation hazard to children. Remove the drawstrings immediately or contact Siegfried & Parzifal Inc. for a refund. Visit the following sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
146,000 Tea Light Candles Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

Christmas Tree Shops Inc. has recalled about 146,000 "Embers" tea light candles (sold at Christmas Tree Shops in the New England and Mid-Atlantic regions from January 2004 through November 2007) after discovering that the candles have a clear, plastic shell that can melt or ignite, posing a fire and burn hazard. Stop using the candles immediately and return them to any Christmas Tree Shops location for a full refund. Visit the following sites for UPC numbers, photos, and more information:

 
30,000 Remote-Controlled Helicopter Toys Recalled Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

Soft Air USA Inc. has recalled about 30,000 remote-controlled helicopter toys (sold at sporting goods stores and other retailers nationwide from May 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the rechargeable battery inside the helicopter can catch fire during charging, posing a burn or fire hazard to children. Stop using the toy helicopter and return it to the store for a full refund. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
50 Children's Table and Chair Sets Recalled Due to Lead

Netshops has recalled about 50 children's table and chair sets (sold at Netshops.com from November 2007 through December 2007) after discovering that the paint on the children's table and chair sets contains excessive levels of lead. Take the table and chair set away from children immediately. Visit the following sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
5,500 Egg-Shaker Toy Instruments Recalled Due to Choking and Aspiration Hazards

West Music Company has recalled about 5,500 transparent toy egg shakers (sold at West Music stores in Iowa and Illinois, the West Music catalog and Web site, and at West Music exhibit booths nationwide from October 2006 through December 2007) after discovering the end cap can detach from the egg shaker and allow the small beads to spill out, posing choking and aspiration hazards to young children. Take the egg shakers away from children and contact West Music for a free replacement. Visit the following sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
460,000 Pendants and Candle Charms Recalled Due to Lead

Benjamin International has recalled about 460,000 pendants and candle charms (sold at gift shops nationwide from January 2002 through November 2007) after discovering the pendants and charms on the candles contain high levels of lead. Stop using the pendants and charms immediately and contact Benjamin International to receive a free replacement pendant or charm. Get more information below:

Benjamin International, 888-249-7639

 
49,000 Girls' Bicycles Recalled Due to Frame Failure

Trek Bicycle Corp. has recalled about 49,000 Trek MT220 girls' bicycles (sold at authorized Trek dealers nationwide from April 2004 through June 2007) after discovering the bicycle's frame can break during use, causing the rider to lose control and suffer injuries. Take the bicycle away from children immediately and return it to a Trek dealer for a free replacement. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
1,800 Children's Hooded Sweatshirts Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard

Seventy Two Inc. has recalled about 1,800 "Bonafide Love" hooded children's sweatshirts (sold exclusively at Nordstrom retail stores nationwide from November 2007 through December 2007) after discovering the drawstring through the hood poses a strangulation hazard to children. Remove the drawstrings immediately or return the sweatshirts to Nordstrom or to Seventy Two for a full refund. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
80,000 eeBoo Children's Sketchbooks Recalled Due to Lead

eeBoo Corp. has recalled about 80,000 sketchbooks with colored spirals (sold at specialty and gift stores nationwide from September 2005 through January 2008) after discovering the paint on the sketchbooks' colored spiral metal bindings contains high levels of lead. Take the sketchbooks away from children and contact eeBoo to receive a free replacement sketchbook. Visit the following sites for style names, photos, and more information:

 
400 Children's Toy Gardening Rakes Recalled Due to Lead

Downeast Concepts Inc. has recalled about 400 toy gardening hand rakes (sold at various home improvement and toy stores nationwide from June 2007 through November 2007) after discovering the paint on the gardening tool hand rake contains high levels of lead. Take the toy gardening rake away from children and return it to the store for a replacement toy hand rake. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
Evenflo Recalled 1 Million Car Seats Due to Safety Hazard

Evenflo Company, Inc. has voluntarily recalled about one million Discovery Infant Car Seats (manufactured from April 2005 through January 2008) after discovering the car seat could potentially become separated from its base in high-impact side collisions. Stop using the car seat immediately and contact Evenflo for a free supplemental dual-hook fastener to repair the problem. Visit the following site for model numbers and more information:

 

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200 Elegant Baby Sterling Silver Teethers Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Elegant Baby and Baby Needs Inc. has recalled about 200 heart and car sterling silver teethers (sold at independent infant clothing boutiques nationwide from February 2005 through September 2006) after discovering that parts of the teethers can break off, posing a choking hazard to infants. Take the teethers away from infants and contact Elegant Baby for instructions on returning the teethers for a full refund. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
14,000 Girls' Hooded Jackets with Drawstrings Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Apollo Jeans has recalled about 14,000 girls' hooded jackets (sold at Marshalls Stores nationwide from August 2007 through November 2007) after discovering the drawstring through the hood poses a strangulation hazard to children. Remove the drawstrings immediately or return the jackets to Marshalls or Apollo Jeans for a full refund. Visit the following sites for style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
15,000 Baby Einstein Crib Toys Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Kids II Inc. has recalled about 15,000 Baby Einstein Baby Neptune Soothing Seascape Crib Toys (sold at discount department stores and online retailers nationwide from November 2007 through January 2008) after discovering the anchors that hold the straps to the back of the turtle-shaped toy can detach, posing a choking hazard to children. Stop using the crib toys immediately and contact Kids II for a replacement. Visit these sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
15,000 Toy Wooden Block and Train Sets Recalled Due to Lead

Christmas Tree Shops has recalled about 15,000 Big Wooden Blocks and Jumbo Wooden Train Sets (sold at Christmas Tree Shops located in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions from October 2006 through November 2007) after discovering the paint on some pieces of the toys contains excessive levels of lead. Take the block and train sets away from children immediately and return them to any Christmas Tree Shop for a refund. Visit these sites for style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
125,000 Magnetic Construction Sets Recalled Due to Dangerous Magnets

Battat Inc. has recalled about 125,000 Battat Magnabild Magnetic Building Systems (sold online and at various retailers nationwide from 2005 through 2007) after discovering the small magnets inside the building pieces can fall out; if swallowed by young children, the magnets can attract each other internally and cause dangerous intestinal perforations or blockages. Take the magnetic construction set away from children immediately and contact Battat to return the toy for a free replacement product. Visit these sites for item numbers, photos, and more information:

 
2,000 Toy Racing Cars Recalled Due to Lead

OKK Trading Inc. has recalled about 2,000 toy racing cars (sold at retail dollar and discount stores nationwide from October 2007 through November 2007) after discovering the paint on the toy cars contains excessive levels of lead. Take the toy cars away from children immediately and return them to the store for a refund. Visit these sites for photos and more information:

 
2,500 Taper and Votive Candles Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

Nordstrom Inc. has recalled about 2,500 Nordstrom "At Home" Taper and Votive Candles (sold at Nordstrom stores nationwide from September 2007 through December 2007) after discovering the candle's exterior coating can ignite, posing a fire hazard. Stop using these candles immediately and return them to any Nordstrom store for a full refund. Visit these sites for style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
38,000 Cranium Cadoo Board Games Recalled Due to Lead

Cranium Inc. has recalled about 38,000 Cranium Cadoo board games (sold at Fred Meyer, Kmart, Shopko, Wal-Mart, and specialty game stores nationwide between October 2007 through January 2008) after discovering the paint on the die contains excessive levels of lead. Throw away the die immediately and contact Cranium Inc. to receive a free replacement. Visit these sites for lot numbers, photos, and more information:

 
Pottery Barn Recalls 185,000 Decorative Candles Due to Fire Hazard

Pottery Barn has recalled about 185,000 round and egg-shaped decorative candles (sold at Pottery Barn stores nationwide from September 2007 through December 2007) after discovering the candle's exterior coating can ignite, posing a fire hazard. Stop using the candles and return them to any Pottery Barn store for a full refund. Visit the following sites for style numbers, photos, and more information:

 
17,000 Play Stoves Recalled Due to Tip-Over Hazard

Both Sears, Roebuck and Co. and Kmart Corp. have recalled about 17,000 "My First Kenmore" play stoves (sold at Sears and Kmart stores nationwide from September 2007 through November 2007) after discovering the metal bracket connecting the oven door to the stove can cause the toy to tip over when the door is open, posing an injury risk to children. Remove and discard the bracket that connects the door to the stove immediately to eliminate the hazard. Visit the following sites for updated assembly instructions, photos, and more information:

 
600 Photo Frames Recalled Due to Lead

The Gift Wrap Company has recalled about 600 hanging photo frames (sold at Babies "R" Us stores nationwide from August 2007 through November 2007) after discovering the paint on the frames contains excessive levels of lead. Stop using the frame immediately and contact The Gift Wrap Company for a full refund. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
60 Play Mats Recalled Due to Lead

Discount School Supply has recalled about 60 "Tic Tac Turtle Toss" play mats (sold through Discount School Supply catalogs and the company's Web site from June 2007 through September 2007) after discovering the paint on the play mats contains excessive levels of lead. Stop using the mat immediately and contact Discount School Supply for a credit or refund. Visit the following sites for photos and more information:

 
5,400 Toy Wrestler Figures Recalled Due to Lead

A.A. of America, Inc. has recalled 5,400 toy wrestler figures (sold in packs of four at dollar stores and discount stores nationwide from January 2007 through December 2007) after discovering paint on the figures contains excessive levels of lead. Take the toys away from children immediately and return them to the store for a full refund. Visit the following sites for product numbers, photos and more information:

 
60,000 Tinker Bell Lamps Recalled Due to Lead

Kash N' Gold Ltd. has recalled about 60,000 Tinker Bell lamps (sold at electronic and appliance retailers nationwide, including Lowe's, from January 2007 through October 2007) after discovering the surface paint on the lamps contains excessive levels of lead. Stop using the lamps and return them to the store for a refund or contact the Kash N' Gold to receive a merchandise credit. Visit the following sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
45,000 Pacifiers Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Shims Bargain Inc. has recalled about 45,000 "BabyTown" pacifiers (sold in a 4-pack of assorted colors at dollar stores nationwide from March 2004 through December 2007) after discovering the pacifiers pose a choking hazard to infants. Take these pacifiers away from infants immediately and return them to the store for a full refund. Visit the following site for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
1,300 Fish Coin Banks Recalled Due to Lead

TJ Promotions has recalled about 1,300 fish-shaped coin banks (provided as a free gift to Coastal Federal Credit Union members in North Carolina from February 2006 through September 2007) after discovering the surface paint on the coin banks contains excessive levels of lead. Take the coin bank away from children immediately and return it to where it was received for a free replacement. Visit these sites for photos and more information:

 
7,000 Children's Trailer Bicycles Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Pacific Cycle Inc. has recalled about 7,000 InStep, Schwinn, and Mongoose brand children's trailer bicycles (sold at bicycle stores and retailers nationwide from January 2007 through August 2007) after discovering the equipment connecting the children's trailer bike to the adult's bicycle can break, posing a fall hazard to children. Stop using the trailer bicycle immediately and contact Pacific Cycle for a free repair kit. Visit these sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 
15,000 Toy Wagons Recalled Due to Lead

Tricam Industries Inc. has recalled about 15,000 metal toy wagons (sold at Tractor Supply Company stores nationwide from September 2002 through November 2007) after discovering the wagon's surface paint contains excessive levels of lead. Take the wagons away from children and contact Tricam Industries for instructions on how to return the wagon and obtain a refund. Visit these sites for model numbers, photos, and more information:

 

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