260,000 children's books recalled due to choking hazard
The company "Make Believe Ideas" is recalling about 260,000 children's books, including "Old Macdonald had a Farm," due to a choking hazard for young kids.
The recall covers seven books under the rainbow road series board books.
The plastic binding rings can detach from the books and cause a choking hazard.
The company got three reports for the plastic rings. No injures were reported.
The books were sold individually and in a four-count book box at Target, Barnes & Noble, Sam's Cub and other stores across the United States.
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