Truth and Tales is perfect for bedtime. Learn and have lots of fun with stories and games with dragons, kings, queens and fantastic creatures. Join in these adventures with beautiful and colorful pictures, Augmented Reality (AR), awesome animations, mini games and lovely stories. Perfect for kids, grown ups and the whole family, Truth and Tales is an invitation to stimulate creativity and perception through a calm and fun experience. Download the app and read the first part of the book for free and, if you like it, purchase the Premium version to read the entire tale as many times as you want!
Truth and Tales is a teaching story, in the sense that it develops the mind in ingenious ways and prepares the kids to face situations they're not used to. Truth and Tales' stories helps kids to flexibilize the mind to the unexpected and to develop empathy, conflict resolutions abilities and to understand the complexity of the world and its challenges in a playful way.
Truth and Tales also has an in-app blue light filter that protects kids sleep for when they use the app during night time. The filter is activated at a specific time to avoid children getting exposed to blue light, which may disturb the production of the sleep hormone melatonin, thus disturbing the rest time quality. This, combined with this kind of tales, makes it a great activity for before bedtime.
Made by a team of doctors, neuroscientists, and education specialists, Truth and Tales was designed and developed by people who believe in a world full of perceptive and free human beings. The process was validated by children participation, testing and feedback sessions that helped confirm this result.
Truth and Tales is full of fun games and it's perfect for 7 to 11 years old girls and boys. The design and graphics are super colorful and were made by a specialized team committed to this look, conceived having children's experience in mind. For devices that support it, we use the Augmented Reality technology so that the experience of the story is also incorporated into the physical world, improving immersion and the stories teaching potential.