Jason Carter Eaton
Jason Carter Eaton is, first and foremost, a carbon-based mammal. But also an award-winning children's book author and screenwriter!
But that's not all! He's also a dad, a son, a husband, a creative writing teacher, a gardener, an avid comic book reader, a barbarian, a decent cook, an excellent tennis partner, a weisenheimer, a showboater, a chocolate lover, a sucker for a good bowl of borscht (cold please), a huge fan of Douglas Adams, and the proud owner of a great, big, fuzzy golden retriever named Presto.
His children's books include the middle grade novel, The Facttracker (HarperCollins, 2009), and picture books, The Day My Runny Nose Ran Away (Dutton, 2003), How to Train a Train (Candlewick, 2013), How to Track a Truck (Candlewick, 2016), Great, Now We’ve Got Barbarians! (Candlewick, 2017), The Catawampus Cat (Crown, 2017) Pop! (First/Second Books, 2018), and Bad Brows (Abrams, 2018). His books have won a host of awards and been translated into numerous languages.
Jason has written for countless odd venues, including McSweeney's, BBC Radio, Cracked Magazine, Warner Bros. Animation, Cartoon Network, and MGM where he adapted his novel The Facttracker into a doomed live-action movie.
You can find out more about Jason on his website.