J.C. Penney Recalls Several Toys Because Of Lead Poisoning

J.C. Penney recalled thousands of products because of unsafe levels of lead paint.

Among them, 49-thousand Winnie-The-Pooh Playsets that were made in China. The 23-piece playset includes a doll, playpen, swing, and stroller that were sold from the catalog or website until August of this year.

Penney also recalled 19-thousand wooden box art sets with paints and brushes sold from September 2005 to August 2007.

The third item was a 2006 Breyer Stirrup Ornament with a prancing horse and ribbons. No injuries have been reported.

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