Popular toys that could be in your child's toy box are being voluntarily recalled by Mattel Inc.
Nearly 1,000,000 toys sold under the Fisher-Price brand are affected because of lead contamination concerns.
Tests show toxic levels of lead in the surface paints on more than 80 different toys.
The lead could be fatal to children if swallowed or could have other adverse effects.
The toys, which were produced in China, include licensed characters like Sesame Street, Nickelodian, Dora the Explorer, Diego as well as many others.
The recall is limited one specific contract manufacturer, and also has a very narrow manufacturing timeframe.
All the figures and toys were produced between April and June of 2007 and were sold alone or as parts to a set.
The toys also include a date code between 109-7LF and 187-7LF marked on the product.
At this time there have been no reported injuries, but parents are advised to take all affected products away from their children immediately.
Consumers can return the products for a refund or product voucher.
The following in a list of the recalled toys from Mattel's recall website.
If you have any further questions contact Fisher-Price at 1-800-916-4498, or visit their website at www.service.mattel.com.