Learning Cube from Target recalled
About 12,000 Little Tree Mini Learning Cubes have been recalled by the CPSC because of small wooden pegs on the toy that can come loose and pose a choking hazard. Target, the company who sold this toy, received reports of incidents involving children who put the wooden pegs in their mouths, and one child had to be taken to the hospital after swallowing a peg. The learning cubes were sold through Target stores nationwide from June 2005 through November 2005 for about $15. If you have one of these toys, you can take it back to Target for a refund.
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