WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA) -- Consumer advocates say there is still trouble in toyland.
Today, PIRG, the U.S. Public Interest Research Group released its 28th annual report of toy safety for children.
The group studied 50 toys and found 11 that violated the limits on lead, loudness or that contained small parts that could choke a child.
"U.S. PIRG's report includes only a sampling of potentially hazardous toys, other hazards could be on the shelves. Always examine toys carefully for potential dangers before you make a purchase and always read and heed labels, warnings and age recommendations," says U.S. PIRG Public Health Advocate Jenny Levin.
The group says that a Captain America soft shield, sold at Toys R Us, was found to have 29 times the legal limit of lead.
The Cat and Count Smart Phone was found to exceed the limit for sound at 85 decibels. And, that higher noise could pose a hearing risk to young children.