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This coloring set, made in China, is the subject of a Consumer Product Safety Commission recall because it contains excessive lead levels. (CPSC / AP)
Mattel’s Fisher-Price division recalled Dora the Explorer toys because of high levels of lead in the paint. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)
Fisher-Price also recalled the Diego toy. (Peter Foley / EPA)
Mattel recalled Batman action figures. (Shawn Thew / EPA)
Ivan Ortega fills a shopping cart with recalled toys at the Cut Rate Toys toy store in Chicago. (Scott Olson / Getty Images)
Mattel recalled many Chinese-made toys in mid-August because of concerns about small parts and lead-based paints. Shown clockwise from upper left are the Barbie and Tanner play set; One Piece action figure; the Sarge die-cast toy car; Doggie Day Care magnetic toys; Barbie and Tanner play set; Doggie Day Care magnetic toys; Batman magnetic action figures. (Consumer Product Safety Commission / EPA)
Schylling Associates recalled the Thomas and Friends spinning top because paint on the wooden handles of the tops and pails contained excessive levels of lead. (Bill Hogan / Chicago Tribune)
Hasbro recalled Easy-Bake Ovens in February because young children could get their hands caught and burned in them. (Consumer Product Safety Commission / AP)