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Official Website of Betty Pace Books

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Story of Betty Pace Books

Betty Pace is a college graduate, with a Bachelor of Science and Masters Degree and Rank 1 from Eastern Kentucky University. She has taught school, served as a guidance counselor and Director of Federal Programs. She is a certified
grant writer and grant reviewer for the US Department of Education.

     Betty currently serves as an Educational Administrative Tribunal member in the state of Kentucky. She was Director of a Title 1 Program that won national acclaim toward excellence in education for the state and US Department of Education for two consecutive years.

     Betty is an award winning, bestselling author of fourteen children’s books, with such titles as: I went to see Grandma, That Bossy Cat, Donald’s Dump Truck, I Miss My Dad, Donna’s Christmas Birthday, Abraham Lincoln, Clippety-Clop, Clippety-Clop, Two Little Rascals, Party in the Farmyard, Bully Trouble on the Double, My Dog Isaac, Farm Yard Fun, Kentucky's Abraham Lincoln and Chris Gets Ear Tubes. Many of Betty Pace's books have been translated into several foreign languages. Betty and her son, Chris co-authored a book titled Republican Convention Stories.

     Betty specializes in sensitive childhood issues and has published more than a hundred articles and poems. She is a frequent newspaper columnist and is currently working on two children’s books and a novel which she hopes to have published soon. Betty Pace's books can be purchased from Barnes and Noble, Amazon, from her website at

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Chris Gets Ear Tubes

"Chris was having trouble with his ears. He just couldn't hear right ... every time anyone said anything, Chris would shout 'WHAT?'" Chris Gets Ear Tubes explains what happens before, during, and after the surgery in language a child understands.

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"I take with me Kentucky, embedded in my brain and heart, in my flesh and bone and blood. Since I am Kentucky, and Kentucky is a part of me. If these United States can be called a body, then Kentucky can be called its heart."  

- Jesse Stuart


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