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Welcome to


Featherbed Tales

Digital picture books and greetings cards, recorded by you!

Share beautiful stories and greeting cards brought to life with the magic of your own voice


Help your child get ahead in reading, speech and language development
with our magical stories and beautiful hand drawn illustrations brought to life by your voice as narrator.

See what the National Literary Trust has to say about Featherbed Tales: 
“Enchanting and attractive picture books and nursery rhymes with sensitive rhythm and rhyme, perfect for little ones learning to develop language, speech and reading.” - Suzanne Stevenson, Project Manager, National Literacy Trust

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A recent YouGov survey in 2021 and the  National Literacy Trust tell us...

“Half of children don’t like reading”

“Children who are good readers have better life chances”

“Children who don’t know nursery rhymes tend to fall
behind in reading” 



We love stories! We love firing imaginations about the world around us, helping little ones discover new worlds and creating the excitement of anticipation.

Do you want to personalise a story yourself, to get a reluctant reader to engage with books?

Do you want to help your child develop their language skills through learning nursery rhymes to prepare for school?

Or share story times with distant loved ones? Then Featherbed Tales are for you!

Featherbed Tales are for everyone! Whether you are an individual user or a large organisations, we have something for you. Follow the link below for more details.

Hear what our customers are saying about us
Recording your story is as easy as A, B, C

Choose a Digital Story

Choose from one of our many stories, nursery rhymes and wonderful cards


Record yourself reading it

Follow the simple instructions to make a wonderful recording of your chosen story


Playback and share with loved ones

Once you are happy with your recording you can play it back straight away or share with a loved one anywhere in the whole world

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The power of the spoken word