Marisol, who is bilingual, is sometimes overwhelmed when her Spanish-speaking family members and neighbors need her to translate for them.
Two young girls meet each other in a park; through their interactions and budding friendship, the native English speaker starts to learn Spanish and the native Spanish speaker starts to learn English.
A young bilingual girl discovers the benefits of being able to speak in both English and Spanish.
A grandmother and her granddaughter fly over New York City, noticing geographic features, circling the Statue of Liberty, and visiting relatives at work. Throughout, Spanish phrases are sprinkled in and translated directly or in context. A glossary for the Spanish words, including pronunciations, appears on the last page of the book.