Quiet Down Stories: The quarantine mother becomes desperate with sleepless nights as she is dealing with her son’s growing recession. She comes up with over 300 original improvisation stories and turns them into a storytelling app, then makes it available for free to the rest of the world, helping other parents get more sleep .
Miami, November 17, 2020 / PRNewswire / – Alejandra Leibovich (active) MiamiA mother of a 5-year-old boy, allelop inc. Owner of Abdominal Artist. Moms and dads may use some extra sleep, but most of them do not have that chance.
Dozens of original improvisation stories in one simple application are designed to positively shift a child’s attention and be optional when the amount of screen time is increased but outdoor activities are still limited. The stories are unpredictable, the characters are engaging, and the application is completely free.
All the stories are recorded in a unique live audio format, full of fun interruptions, cool sound effects and unexpected unexpected turns of Alejandra’s son. A convenient interface of the application allows you to create your own playlists, download favorite stories, and listen to them offline. Pictures of the main characters add to the experience, and in addition to the app you will receive an email with a printable activity kit. Available in app app Store And Google Play.
“When all parents are experiencing a change in their child’s routine due to an epidemic, I know that it can be difficult to maintain their own mental and physical health. Most parents need to be on a regular basis. There is a lack of sleep. Imagine how hard it can be when your children are studying at home and do not have access to their regular activities! I faced it myself. So I want to be part of the solution. My dream All the parents in the world have to offer 1.000.000 hours of sleep. We all need some new cool equipment. I am trying to make the change that I want to see in the world now. – says Leibovich, who found that redirecting his son’s attention with the story proved to be an effective tool to calm him down.
“It really works. The application is simple and the stories are fun!” – says Gregory Anderson, Father of three children.
Alejandra Leibovich is one MiamiVisible artist and software developer, former senior art director at MTV, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network Creative Services. She was awarded the Entrepreneur Woman by Woman of the Year, winner of The Sammy Technology Award and has received dozens of international design and animation awards for her work in television. Today Leibovich is a successful entrepreneur and a mother driven by challenges.
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