BibleStoryZone, a website from the UK, is posting dramatized Bible stories for children. They are hilarious! They sound like a combination of Jewish midrash and a modern comedy sketch. They are hardly JUST a dramatized presentation of Bible stories. They are laden with expansions that fill gaps in the biblical text and add theological explanations. For instance, in Genesis the narrator constantly refers to the "trinity" and adds a "popping" sound every time Eve has a baby. There are also numerous references to original sin.
Here is the link to the Cain and Abel Story. Since I have done quite a bit of work on the interpretive history of the story I can appreciate the way they expanded it. But I am not sure that I would use it to educate children.
Let me know what you think!