Rethinking memories old and new There were no directions no one had clues. Walking the beat that best covered fears, whispering don’t listen and don’t grind the… Read more “Don’t Grind The Gears”
That holiday feeling seems to be Running late this year I don’t know about you, But I am having a hard time Mustering up a single Fa… Read more “And So This Is Christmas”
Tis The Season
A heartfelt collection of seasonal poems to get you through the holidays.
The Lesson Of Moogoo-Maagooville by Karen Jensen
Greed and bigotry are destroying the villages of Moogoo and Maagoo and the juice factory they both must share. Filled with colorful creatures Dr. Seuss-like rhyme and art, it shows the necessity of acceptance. Here is a story both you and your child can enjoy while learning the valuable lesson of tolerance.
“Reading this book is like an intellectual Dr. Seuss adventure! The lesson is powerful. The verse is seamless. I couldn’t ask for more in a children book! Even adults could learn something through this book!”
Karen Jensen was a theatre major and studied with Uta Hagen in New York City. After relocating to Minnesota, she raised two children, Zak and Tina, with her husband, Bob. Karen served on the Hopkins, Minnesota City Council and was the city liaison to the Hopkins Human Rights Commission and Park Board. She was chosen Outstanding Young Minnesotan by the Jaycess in 1993, founded the Turn Off The Violence Rally, and was a founding board member of the Hopkins community theatre Shoestring Players. Recently retired, Karen still lives in Hopkins with her husband, Bob, and spends as much time as possible reading to her two grandchoos.