Scott Seroka | Mar. 26, 2013 | KARE-11 Minneapolis/St. Paul
It is easy to hang on each and every word while having a conversation with Pro Football Hall of Famer and Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page.
In fact, an adult fortunate to have that conversation might not notice his unique left "pinky" finger. But a child is drawn to it. Page knows this from experience.
"It does make a good story," the former NFL MVP, Notre Dame All-American and feared Purple People Eater said.
It just seemed natural that Kamie and her father would write a children's book about the soon-to-be famous finger. They penned the book to help raise money for the Page Education Foundation, which has helped thousands of kids attend college over the last 25 years.