The Land of Nod recalled over 2,500 plush dolls. The hands-on plush dolls can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. The firm has received one report of the doll hand detaching and three reports of the doll’s hands loosening.


The “Dollies” were sold at The Land of Nod stores and online at from October 2012 to March 2013 for about $30.
This recall includes plush handmade baby dolls in five styles and colors. The all-fabric dolls measure about 12 inches tall and 10 inches wide. The dolls are dressed in a one-piece printed floral fabric outfit with a white lace-trimmed hood over the head of the dolls.

Product Name Color SKU Number Item Number
Clara Yellow 404543 3710080-YE
Eleanor Light Blue 404551 3710080-LB
Hannah Cream 404608 3710080-CR
Lila Dark Blue 404756 3710080-DB
Rose Red 404799 3710080-RE

The SKU number is printed on a sewn-in label attached to the right leg of the doll and on a hangtag fastened to the right arm.
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