Work boots that don't work, and baby books that could choke a child.

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Work boots that don't work, and baby books that could choke a child.

July 22, 2010 Updated Aug 28, 2007 at 12:07 PM EST

Wolverine World Wide is recalling Caterpillar steel toe Logger Boots.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the boots may have wrong labels.

They may not be resistant to electrical current as stated, and that poses a risk of shock to the wearer.

The boots were sold in men's and woman's sizes from September 2006 through July of this year.

The stock numbers are P88030, P88033, and P99034.

Contact the company to get a free pair of replacement boots at (800) 789-8586 or visit the website www.wovlverineworldwide.com.

St Martin's Press is recalling Priddy "Trucks" Shakers Teether Books.

The CPSC says small pieces of the teether can break off, and children could choke.

They were sold at book stores like Barnes & Nobel from January 2006 to June 2007.

Take the teether book away from children and contact St Martin's Press for a free replacement product.

Call (800) 347-9411 or visit the website www.pirddbooks.com.
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