ASL Tales: The Boy Who Cried Wolf
The scribbly sort of watercolor artwork is charmingly antiquated in feel, though the limited color palette makes the effect a bit bland. As far as the material product goes, the slim paper binding may prove a bit flimsy for younger children. And if the DVD were to be lost or lost or damaged, the ASL element would essentially be forfeit. But on the whole, this is a worthwhile interpretation.
(The included DVD features a male ASL interpreter and allows for reading in Arabic, Bosnian, Cantonese, French, Haitian Creole, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.)