NORTH CAROLINA -- There's still "Trouble in Toyland" according to the U.S. Public Interest Research Group, a group that warns parents of potentially dangerous toys.

According to the most recent report, some fidget spinners have high levels of lead for children's products. And experts also warn parents about choking hazards.

Employees at one NC toy store say they spend one-on-one time with each customer to ensure they are buying the right toys for their children.

"They may say they've got a 4 year old, but in talking to them, their 4 year old is ready for something that other 6 year olds can handle, so the personal connection really helps us match up appropriate toys," said Matt Peel, store manager at Toys & Co.

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