US toy maker Fisher-Price said it was recalling nearly one million toys made in China. The company fears they could be colored with toxic paints.
The US toymaker said it was recalling 967,000 toys. The toys were sold in US stores between May and August this year.
"Paint on some of the toys could have too much lead," the company said in an announcement.
A US Product Safety group told parents to "take the recalled toys away from children" and talk to Fisher-Price.
The recall included around 80 items, including toy cars, dolls and musical instruments, many connected to the Nickelodeon children's TV network.
Fisher-Price, owned by Mattel Inc., said the toys were produced by a single company in China but did not give the name or location.
Several weeks ago a US toy company recalled wooden "Thomas the Train" figures which were also made in China and painted with lead paint.
First, use your own paper to brainstorm about the topic in the middle, and then write a paragraph in English about it.
Where is your factory?
Who works for you?
Imagine you own a toy company.
What toys do you sell?
What is your most popular toy?
How do you test the toys?