Parents, you don't have to worry about Bag O' Glass from Mainway Toys, but there are some dangerous ones out there to be careful of.
The annual Toxic Toy Report was released Tuesday.
Here are some of the toys the Toy Industry Association had a problem with.
"We found that the Leap Frog Chat and Count Smart Phone labeled for ages 18 months and up... exceeds not only the 65 decibel standard for toys held close to the ear but actually reaches above 85 decibels," explains Jenny Levin US PIRG Public Advocate.
The Toy Industry Association says toys that failed its choking test and ones with high amount of lead are most dangerous. You can find the complete Trouble in Toyland Report by clicking on the link at the end of this story.
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