Bio: Love runs the gamut of emotions, and in Betty Jo Schuler's romance novels, laughter is always one of them. "Love should be fun," she says. A former schoolteacher, this author is an online instructor for Writer's Digest and Barnes & Noble University where her writing classes include romance and books for children and teens. You can learn more about Betty Jo Schuler's fifteen published books for various ages by visiting her website. While there, you may want to sign up for her newsletter that includes a contest, recipe, and writing news!

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A Secret Till We're Grown
When the boys from the cul-de-sac convince their parents they're old enough for a camp-out all by themselves, none of them realize that they will take part in a wonderful adventure--the kind of adventure they won't be able to tell anyone...until they're grown.
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Baby For Sale
Kids on Greenwillow Lane learn about trash, treasures, and trading, with Megan Whitney learning the most important lesson of all. A "block yard sale" is fun for kids, as well as a learning experience, and when a baby is for sale, it adds to the excitement. While the other children on this cul-de-sac discover one another's treasures, Megan tries to sell her little brother. Max wants to buy him, but his brother Alex says their mom doesn't want any more kids. Meanwhile, the baby disappears. It s... more info>>
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Brainman
Randy O'Rourke wants the robot he built to be as "Super Colossal" as those at Future World, an amusement park where robots do all the work. Brain doesn't disappoint him. He does Randy's homework and chores--plus some things he wasn't programmed to do. His red heart glows in response to compliments. He blinks when touched. He uses "mind talk" to communicate with Randy. However, some of Brain's unprogrammed actions are less endearing. From minor glitch to major, the robot presents a series of esca... more info>>
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Double Trouble Ditto Box
Randy O'Rourke invents a "Ditto Box," a machine that copies whatever he puts inside. When he wants a ball glove like his friend Jake's, he puts in the glove, and Zap--a duplicate for himself. If Randy and Jake want pizza, he orders one, makes a copy, and they eat two. Randy copies homework, games, and even Asthma, Jake's furry mutt. Everything is going great until his little sister wants a playmate. Twozy, as Suzy names her "twin," looks and whines just like Suzy. Mom and Dad are mad at Randy fo... more info>>
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Gracie's Holiday Hero
It's the first day of December, snow is in the air, and Gracie Singleton Saylor's shopping for a Christmas tree when she runs smack into Merett Bradmoore, her high school hero. She can tell at once he's not the happy-go-lucky guy he used to be...
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Hearts That Are Real
Who would dream a young mother would find magic at her son's school carnival? Certainly not Ellen, who's been lonely since five-year-old Jimmy's father died. All the men her friends fix her up with are duds, and she's swearing off blind dates. Then, a tattoo changes everything.
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Love And Mistletoe
Crystal loses her footing when she bumps into a handsome Christmas shopper. Can this same man sweep her off her feet and capture her heart when they meet again at a party? Paul has everything going for him, except he's younger. Does that matter? Should it? He doesn't think so, and neither does her nine-year-old daughter.
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Loves Seafood and Sunsets, Can't Dance
When Audrey sees, a singles ad that says, "SWM, dark hair, dark eyes; loves seafood and sunsets, can't dance. Seeking red-haired beauty queen," she's sure it's the guy she dated years ago, looking for her. She wanted to hear those "three little words" but he never said them, so she found someone who did. Twelve years, as many pounds, and a failed marriage later, she's willing to take a chance.
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