Rosa-Mendoza has turned out another serviceable, but unexceptional, entry in this bilingual board book series. In this title, a little boy takes us through his day as a kindergartner. We see him wake, take the bus, go to school, eat dinner, wash, and go to bed. The narrator does not possess heaps of character and Calitri's illustrations do not give him, or the other people in his life, much expression beyond a demure smile. The book does do a good job in making the notation of each hour very clear. I do not recommend using the glossary as it seems to have been composed by someone with an American accent in Spanish and a Spanish accent in English. The glossary imposes each language's phonology upon the other's indiscriminately and offers pronunciations guides like, "3:00sri o-klok" and "6:00saeehs ehn poon-toh." This book is volume seven in the "English/Spanish Foundations" series and won the Writer's Digest Certificate of Merit. 2001, Me+Mi Publishing, Ages 6 mo. to 6.