Most children are familiar with the song and rhyme, “Old MacDonald Had a Farm,” but this part-English, part-Spanish version should please bilingual children and their parents (as well as those who are aspiring to learn either language). Although the entire rhyme is not translated into Spanish, key words and phrases in the rhyme are, and since the English version of each verse is on the left-hand page, and the part-Spanish version is on the facing page, most readers will be able to make the correct word associations. Younger children will probably need an adult to help them. Readers are encouraged not only to sing the rhyme, but also to dance to it, making it an even more fun, participatory activity. At the very beginning of the book are a glossary and a pronunciation guide for Spanish sounds. Both are useful, and it should be noted that having this material in the front of the book, rather than in the back (as is usually the case), is a good idea. The illustrations are bright, humorous, and cartoon-like. The first two full-page illustrations would make a very nice addition to the walls of any nursery. Reviewer: Leona Illig; Ages 3 to 6.