Simplicity Inc., of Reading, Pa., is recalling 104,000 Aspen 3-in-1 cribs,sold under the Graco trademark, because the screws on the mattress support can come loose, allowing a portion of the mattress to fall. This poses a suffocation hazard to young children.

Simplicity has received eight reports of entrapment and five reports of injuries.

Cribs with model number 8740KCW SC and serial number 2803 SC to 1605 are included in this recall. The model and serial number are on the envelope attached to the mattress support.

The cribs are made of wood and have a wooden mattress support. They were sold at department stores and children's product stores from August 2003 through May 2005 for $130.

Consumers should call Simplicity at (800) 784-1982 to receive a retrofit kit.

For more information, visit

Chuck E. Cheese's (CEC Entertainment), of Irving, Texas, is recalling 144,000 plastic siren whistles because internal pieces can detach from the toy, posing a choking hazard to children.

Chuck E. Cheese's has received four reports of children starting to choke and three reports of children swallowing pieces of the whistle.

The red, green and purple toy whistles were distributed as prizes from July through August 2005 at Chuck E. Cheese's.

Consumers should discard the recalled whistles. Free replacement whistles can be obtained by visiting any Chuck E. Cheese's or contacting the company at(888) 778-7193 or

J & F Design Inc., of Bell, Calif., is recalling 18,800 Bobby Jack pajama sets because they fail to meet the federal mandatory standard for flammability of children's sleep wear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.

The recalled pajama sets include a tank top and a pair of shorts. The pajamas were sold in green, fuchsia, light blue and light pink in sizes extra small through extra large. The pajama tops have a large, rubber decal of one or more monkeys on the front, and the bottoms have a monkey print on them.

The pajamas were sold at J.C. Penney stores nationwide from April through June 2005 for $15.

Consumers should return the pajama sets to any J.C. Penney store for a refund. For more information, call (800) 305-0510 or visit

Kids II Inc., of Alpharetta, Ga., is recalling 14,000 Bounce Bounce Baby!Door Jumpers because the plastic clamp that attaches the jumper seat to a door frame can break, which can cause the unit and child to fall to the floor.

Kids II has received nine reports of the clamp breaking, with three reports of minor injuries.

The recalled Bounce Bounce Baby! Door Jumper is model number 6753. The jumpers were sold at discount department and juvenile specialty stores nationwide from January through November 2005 for $20.

Consumers should stop using the product. For information on receiving a free replacement, call (877) 325-7056 or visit

Celebrate Express Inc., of Kirkland, Wash., is recalling 21,100 Mystery Drawer and Dice Tunnel magic party favors and 25,500 costume shields because the party favors and the dragon ornament on the shield can break or crack,exposing sharp points that present a laceration hazard to children.

The recalled Mystery Drawer is a black plastic rectangular box with a movable drawer. The Dice Tunnel is a blue or red plastic rectangular box with one die. They were sold with other party favors in the Magic Favor Box for$3.

The plastic shield is silver and gold and is about 11 inches long. It was sold as part of costume sets for $5 to $6.

The recalled items were sold at Celebrate Express' Birthday Express and Costume Express online and catalog.

Consumers should take the party favors and shields away from children. For a refund, call (888) 551-3995 or visit

Maxim Enterprise Inc. of Lakeville, Mass., is recalling 12,000 Little Tree Mini Learning Cubes because small wooden pegs in the top corners of the toy can come loose, posing a choking hazard to young children.

Target, of Minneapolis, which distributed the toys, has received two reports of children choking on pieces of the learning cube.

The recalled learning cube is an 8-inch square wooden box with a different activity on each side, including an abacus, blocks, shapes and a blackboard. The wooden cover has a spiral bead maze with wooden beads.

The toys were sold Target stores nationwide from June through November 2005 for $15.

Consumers should return the recalled learning cube to Target for a $15 gift card plus applicable state tax. For more information, call (800) 440-0680 or visit

Advantage Publishers Group, of San Diego, is recalling 41,000 children's activity books because if the clear plastic container is removed from the book's back cover or breaks, young children can access the beads in it. This poses a choking hazard.

The recalled books are multicolored with holes in the pages to touch a variety of fabrics, squeaker toy, flaps and a clear plastic container with beads. The Amazing Baby Look and Play activity book has a yellow star on the cover. The Amazing Baby Touch and Play book has a brown bear on the cover. The Rattle, Rattle board book has a magenta car on the cover.

The books were sold at national book chains, discount department stores,wholesalers and distributors, and membership warehouse clubs nationwide from May 2003 through November 2005 for $16 for the activity books and $6 for the board book.

Consumers should take these recalled books away from young children. For a replacement book, call (866) 748-3731 or visit

Dell Inc., of Round Rock, Texas, is recalling 22,000 Dell notebook computer batteries because they can overheat, posing a fire risk.

Dell has received three reports of batteries overheating, resulting in minor property damage.

The recalled batteries were sold with the following Dell notebook computers: Latitude D410, D505, D510, D600, D610, D800, D810; Inspiron 510M,600M, 6000, 8600, 9200, 9300; XPS Gen 2; and Dell Precision M20 and M70 mobile workstations.

Dell also sold these batteries as part of a service replacement and as individual units on its Web site and catalogs from Oct. 5, 2004, through Oct. 13, 2005. The computers with these batteries sold for $900 to $2,650, and individual batteries sold for $99 to $179.

The identification number for each battery appears on a white sticker. Customers should have this number available when they contact Dell at (866)342-0011 or www.dellbatteryprogram.comto determine if their battery is part of the recall. If it is, consumers should stop using the battery as a power source for their notebook computer. Dell will provide a free replacement battery.

Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI), of Kent, Wash., is recalling 2,800 Novara Dirt Rider 20-inch five-speed and six-speed children's bicycles because the alloy frame used for these bicycles can be prone to fatigue failure. Frame failure results in the separation of the fork, head tube and handlebar away from the rest of the bike, causing a loss of control and crash.

The bikes were sold at REI stores from October 2002 through November 2005 for $200 to $210. 2003-2004 model year bicycles were red/black or silver/blue frost; 2005-2006 model year bicycles were black/gravel or white/powder blue.

Consumers should stop using these bicycles and return them to the nearest REI store for a refund or credit. For more information, call (800) 426-4840 or visit