ASL Interpretative Reading of The Wall and the Wild

I'm super-excited to share a collaborative video read-aloud of our book, The Wall and the Wild.


In a plot of land at the edge of town, Ana strives to grow the “perfect” garden. To keep it that way, she throws all the irregular shoots and uneven seeds into the disorderly Wild and builds a wall to protect her own tidy plot. But as her garden gets more constrained, the Wild begins to grow …


Watch as Anne L. with Miami Valley Interpreters, LLC, in Dayton, Ohio, brings to life Ana's story in a beautifully expressive way! Thank you for this phenomenal interpretation, Anne! (You can enlarge the video to full screen to better enjoy Anne's storytelling as well as to better see the pages of the book by pressing the four-cornered screen icon in the bottom right corner.)


While working on this reading, I did some exploring, and found so many fabulous other ASL interpretations of children's picture books, such as this one of Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are, from Video Read Alouds for Kids in ASL.


Other great sources for ASL read-alouds include:

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