Pickatale provides access to hundreds of amazing, interactive children’s books. Our ever-expanding digital library is carefully curated and updated with new books every week. We strive to captivate children with our brilliant fiction and non-fiction titles and encourage a love of reading that’s sure to last a lifetime.
Finlay is counting out jelly beans to share with his friend when a big dinosaur comes along and demands them. What follows is a brilliant story about how in order to make friends it's a good idea to be prepared to share! Richard Byrne
Boris is back - and this time he and his classmates succumb to a bout of chicken pox. Carrie Weston, Tim Warnes
Meet Masha, the curious, energetic little girl who befriends Bear, a retired circus performer. Bear is trying to enjoy a nice, quiet life… but Masha’s adventures regularly turn Bear’s life upside-down! Masha and the Bear
When Ben is tempting his cat across the page with a fluffy mouse, his cat . . . disappears! Then his best friend Bella disappears, too. Sniffer dogs and rescue teams can't help . . . And when Ben also vanishes, there's only one person left to help. You, the reader! Richard Byrne
When Thomas tries to be really useful and really fun at the same time, he finds that it's difficult to do two things at once. Thomas & Friends
Alva rushes through the trees in the dead of night with her sniffer wolf, Fen. Being out alone when there's a kidnapper on the loose is reckless! What Alva discovers raises more questions than it answers, drawing her into a dangerous search for truth, and for treasure. Janina Ramirez
Learn all there is to know about the Stone Age and unearth the history of the world in all its amazing glory. Pickatale Originals
When a potato sack race goes awry, Bella and Ben find themselves bumped from their familiar page into uncharted territory. It's a brave new world of lollipops and sphinxes--and Bella and Ben are on one page-turning adventure. How will they find their way back into their very own book? Richard Byrne
Bella is taking her dog for a stroll across the page but halfway across, he disappears! Bella watches, transfixed, before marching towards the dangerous middle of the book . . . only to disappear herself! Richard Byrne
Do you like football? Sam and his dad love to play football! In this story Kipper goes to watch a football match with Sam and his family. Read this story to learn about what it might be like to watch a football match. Roderick Hunt, Alex Brychta
Elphie is lining up with the other elephants to start the long march to the watering hole at the back of the book. As the littlest elephant, he has to go last. But Elphie reallly wants to go first so he enlists the help of the reader to help him move up the queue. Richard Byrne
A wonderfully gentle story that captures the real spirit of Christmas and celebrates those sentiments cherished by readers of all ages, particularly during the festive season. Ann Bonwill, Russell Julian
This wonderfully exuberant animal romp explores different ways of expressing happiness. Young children will enjoy joining in with the animal actions in this vibrant picture book, making for very happy reading. Jan Ormerod, Lindsey Gardiner
Go behind the scenes of Mr Bunny's chocolate factory in this hilarious picture book and winner of the 2018 Laugh Out Loud Book Awards (Lollies). This brilliant story is packed with humour to amuse kids and big kids too. Elys Dolan
Pickatale is a fun, interactive reading and audiobook app that’s improving the way young people spend screen time. With Pickatale, children up to 10 years can explore a vast digital library of illustrated fiction and non-fiction, audiobooks, news, comics and much more. Watch our TV advert!
Pickatale is a new interactive storybook and audiobook app for children aged 0-10. By combining text, sound and illustrations, Pickatale helps young people develop their reading skills while having fun at the same time.
Our interactive storybooks combine entertainment and learning to inspire a love of reading in children. Our mission is to help children enjoy books – and to encourage them to read more.
To become good readers, children need to practise reading as much as they can. Many people find it challenging trying to motivate their little ones to read more. That’s why Pickatale’s interactive books, which can be read and listened to at the same time, are a brilliant support for kids.
The key to developing a love of reading in children is to offer them access to a wide variety of books. It’s important that kids have the opportunity to choose the books they want to read so that they can better understand what interests them.
Pickatale wants to revolutionise the way we publish and buy children’s literature, much in the same way as Netflix has changed the market for movies and TV shows. We want good reading experiences to be readily available to everyone. Our books have been digitised so that all words, pictures and illustrations are clickable. The books are also narrated by well-known voice actors and actresses.