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World Series MVP's from the St. Louis Cardinals continue having big hits in 2011. David Eckstein, 2006 St. Louis Cardinal World Series MVP, narrates the first interactive version of the David and Goliath story book app for kids in a recently released app based on the biblical classic. Eckstein, as many of my St. Louis baseball fans recall, played the role of "David" in his 2006 heroic World Series MVP performance over the Detroit Tigers.
It is only appropriate the St. Louis Cardinals celebrated another World Series Championship in 2011 at the same time Jumping Pages released this terrific 3D animated app for the Ipad!
David and Goliath Reviews:
iPadappsreviews says: "The animation is picture perfect and it made me want to read the story again and again. Kids will surely enjoy this app. I recommend David and Goliath to mothers who want their kids to enjoy an interactive reading experience."
theiPhoneMom says: " "The illustrations for ...
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