Product recalls or recall notices announced recently. Details are available in most cases at and other websites or telephone numbers listed.

Baby recliners

Four retailers agreed to recall more than 150,000 Nap Nanny baby recliners after at least five infant deaths and dozens of reports of children nearly falling out of the recliners, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said.

The recall covers Nap Nanny Generations One and Two and the Chill model infant recliners. All were sold between 2009 and 2012. The Nap Nanny was designed to mimic the curves of a baby car seat, elevating an infant slightly to help reduce reflux, gas, stuffiness or other problems. The CPSC warned that the Nap Nanny contains defects in its design, warnings and instructions. The agency said the product poses a substantial risk of injury and death to infants.

The four retailers, Buy Buy Baby, and Toys R Us/Babies R Us agreed to voluntarily participate in the recall because its manufacturer is unable or unwilling to participate, the government agency said. The manufacturer, Baby Matters LLC of Berwyn, Pa., told The Associated Press it had gone out of business

Consumers seeking more information were advised to review the return policies of the retailers participating in the recall:

Buy Buy Baby: or 877-328-9222. 800-342-7377.

Toys R Us/Babies R Us: www. toysrusinc or 800-869-7787.

Light toys

About 1,700 Double Dazzler Light Show toys imported by Imagine Nation Books of Louisville, Colo., and manufactured by Transfar of Guangdong, China; sold by Imagine Nation Book dealers nationwide at corporate offices, hospitals and schools from March through September 2012.

The product is a silver, plastic, baton-like toy with white plastic tubes at each end that become multicolored spinning lights when operated. The wand or stick device is 10.5 inches long and has an “on” button in the center hold area. The battery pack is at the center handhold location. The package states “DOUBLE DAZZLER LIGHT SHOW” and “Color Changing LEDs/Ages 8+/Batteries Included.”

The battery in the toys can overheat and pose a burn hazard. The firm is aware of five incidents of overheating. No injuries or property damage have been reported.

Details: 800-917-0213 weekdays 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; booksare