Books by Jason Carter Eaton

POP! by Jason Carter Eaton
Released: July 3, 2018

"A swift and breathless tour. (Picture book. 3-6)"
On a beautiful day, Dewey sits under a shady tree, blowing bubbles by himself. "The best part of blowing bubbles is popping them," he declares. Read full book review >
THE CATAWAMPUS CAT by Jason Carter Eaton
Released: March 21, 2017

"A pleasing reminder that finding a new point of view can create positive change. (Picture book. 4-7)"
A sideways-leaning cat strolls into town and sparks a revolution in perspective. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 14, 2017

"Break out the mead and pop a horned helmet on your head for the funniest pest invasion this side of Tromsø. (Picture book. 4-7)"
A typical case of untidiness is taken to a magnificent extreme. Read full book review >
HOW TO TRACK A TRUCK by Jason Carter Eaton
Released: Sept. 27, 2016

"These trucks are stuck in a concept that isn't up to speed, with a plot that ultimately sputters and runs out of gas. (Picture book. 4-7)"
An Asian boy named Mike narrates a guide to finding and taming a truck as an unusual type of pet. Read full book review >
HOW TO TRAIN A TRAIN by Jason Carter Eaton
Released: Sept. 24, 2013

"With believable expressiveness in the characterizations of the trains and a scale perfect for groups, this affectionate sendup communicates all the exasperation, responsibility and rewards of having a pet. (Picture book. 4-8)"
Train and pet enthusiasts alike will delight in this rollicking story about selecting, naming, soothing and caring for a full-sized locomotive. Read full book review >
THE FACTTRACKER by Jason Carter Eaton
Released: Feb. 1, 2008

"The true test of any society isn't how many lies it has; it's how many lies it believes." For the town of Traäkerfaxx, truth is a way of life. The residents dutifully sell facts that have been located and collected by the resident Facttracker and everyone has loads of facts about themselves available as well. Everyone, that is, except the "just small enough boy," whose facts and parents were both lost when he was just a babe. When an unfortunate incident involving the Facttracker, the boy and an explosion renders the town factless, in waltzes the Facttracker's no-good brother Ersatz, convincing the town to sell lies instead. Now the just small enough boy must find a way to defeat this slick villain before Ersatz's dangerous Liebrary hurts the world irredeemably. The book proves cleverer than its concept, balancing child-friendly writing with sophisticated undercurrents. Best of all, the intrusive narrator does not test the reader's patience. The entire enterprise is, quite simply, pure unadulterated fun. Recommended for any and all. (Fiction. 8-12)Read full book review >