Toy maker giant Mattel is dealing with the second major recall this month.
As in the case of the last one, this recall includes some products made in China.
Mattel is voluntarily recalling more than 9,000,000 toys because of hazards to children.
Some of the toys being recalled have magnets that can become dislodged and swallowed, and some have dangerous levels of lead paint.
The recall includes play sets, including Polly Pocket dolls and Batman action figures -- cast cars that contain lead paint.
However, the Consumer Product Safety Commission says getting the toys off store shelves is only half the battle.
This is the second toy recall for Mattel in two months.
All the toys were made in China. Earlier this month, Mattel's Fisher Price division recalled more than a million pre-school toys featuring such characters as Big Bird and Elmo.
To find out if any toys you own are affected and what your next step would be, click here to visit the Mattel recall website.