In this wonderfully wacky twist on the traditional rhyme, Old Macdonald and Senor Pancho have adjoining farms, and before long they and their animals can understand one another. The familiar English version of Old Macdonald is displayed on the left hand side of each page, whilst the right hand page shows the parallel activities and animal sounds on Senor Pancho's farm where key words are given in Spanish. Toward the end of the book the two versions merge into one glorious amalgam of the two languages. The laugh-out-loud illustrations by Elwood Smith are a perfect complement. A glossary of Spanish words and a pronunciation guide are included.