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  • Bibliography:
    6 Books
  • First Book:
    February 2008
  • Latest Book:
    March 2020
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Book List in Order: 6 titles


  • IF YOU ARE READING THIS, YOU'RE A GENIUS. Is that true? Who knows! But it sounds good. So does: THIS BOOK IS BETTER THAN ICE CREAM, TELEVISION, AND YOUR BIRTHDAY COMBINED! The Facttracker is full of such statements. Unfortunately, most of th...



  • Everything you need to know about finding, keeping, and training your very own pet train. Finding advice on caring for a dog, a cat, a fish, even a dinosaur is easy. But what if somebody’s taste in pets runs to the more mechanical kind? What abo...



  • For kids who love trucks, here comes the definitive guide to catching and taming one of your own from the creators of the hit picture book How to Train a Train. Want a pet truck? Rumble up to this handy guidebook offering everything you need to kn...



  • An untidy kid sets off a pest invasion like no other in this boisterously fun picture book about the perils of messy habits. Playing and having fun is a kid’s job, right? Cleaning up is a parent's job, right? Why do grown-ups make such a fuss ab...



  • A tilted tale about a cat who sees the world from an unusual point of view, written by the hilarious Jason Carter Eaton (How to Train a Train) and illustrated by the equally humorous Gus Gordon (Herman and Rosie). catawampus (cat-a-wam-pus) n. 1....



  • Hilarity ensues when a boy’s eyebrows go rogue in this riotous picture book from the bestselling author of How to Train a Train
     
    One morning, Bernard wakes up to find that his eyebrows have gone rogue. They’re sabotaging Pict...




Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Jason Carter Eaton has published 6 books.

Jason Carter Eaton does not have a new book coming out soon. The latest book, Bad Brows, was published in March 2020.

The first book by Jason Carter Eaton, The Facttracker, was published in February 2008.

No. Jason Carter Eaton does not write books in series.