Oh No, Gotta Go! by Susan Middleton Elya; illustrations by Enrique O. Sanchez ($5.99) The amusing story-in-verse of a little girl who realizes she needs a bathroom while riding in the car with her parents. Spanish words and phrases are woven into the verses very cleverly, inviting the reader to participate and finish the rhyme out loud. De Colores, Bright with Colors by David Diaz ($7.99) In this picture book Diaz’s bold and colorful illustrations reflect the meaning of the song perfectly. He focuses on two verses plus the refrain, and also includes the musical arrangement in the back of the book. It is written with full text in Spanish and English. However, though the De Colores song may be translated literally (almost word-for-word) and still retain its meaning, Diaz has chosen to expound a bit, portraying the sentiment and rhythm of the original with beautiful imagery that is supported by his illustrations.