Recall RoundUp, December 28th

In this week's Recall RoundUp, toys with a choking hazard, a sweatshirt with a strangulation hazard, and a warmer dish with a fire hazard.

Tot Tower blocks made by eeBoo Corporation have a plastic covering that can detach from the toy. If you child tries to eat it, they could choke. The blocks sold from January 2003 - September 2007 at Toy and Gift shops across the country.

Super Magnet Toys could also harm your child.  Made by Man's Trading Company, the magnet can easily detach from the toy. If your child swallows more than one magnet, they can attract to each other inside the body, and cause punctures or deadly blockages. They sold at dollar stores from September 2005 - November 2007.

Girl's hooded sweatshirts that sold at Marshalls could strangle your daughter. Made by Liberty Apparel Company, the drawstring runs through the hood. That violates federal guidelines and can cause it to tangle easily. They sold from August 2007 - November 2007.

Covered Warmer Dishes made by Lennox can burn you. The flames from the tea candle can extend up the side of the dish. They sold from October 2007 - December 2007.

Follow the link to the Consumer Product Safety Commission web site for specific refund or replacement information.