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Maxwell Eaton III

Maxwell Eaton III is a highly tolerated author and illustrator of numerous books for children, including his The Truth About Your Favorite Animals series, which includes entries on dolphins, elephants, crocodiles, and more.

When he isn't drawing talking animals, Eaton can be found in a canoe with his wife and daughter in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State.

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The Truth About Parrots

The Truth About Parrots

Maxwell Eaton III
Roaring Brook Press
Roaring Brook Press

The Truth About Parrots is the eighth and final book in Maxwell Easton III’s popular animal fact series is a hilarious, kid-centered guide to the many color species, odd behaviors, and special...

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The Truth About Hawks

The Truth About Your Favorite Animals

Written and illustrated by Maxwell Eaton III
Roaring Brook Press
Roaring Brook Press

Maxwell Eaton III's The Truth About Hawks is the sixth installment of the hilarious and lighthearted Truth About Your Favorite Animals illustrated nonfiction series continuing to...

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The Truth About Crocodiles

The Truth About Your Favorite Animals

Written and illustrated by Maxwell Eaton III
Roaring Brook Press
Roaring Brook Press

From writer/illustrator Maxwell Eaton III, The Truth About Crocodiles is the fifth installment in his hilarous series offering another lighthearted look filled with useful facts...

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The Truth About Bears

The Truth About Your Favorite Animals

Maxwell Eaton III
Roaring Brook Press
Roaring Brook Press

Maxwell Eaton III's The Truth About Bears is a lighthearted nonfiction picture book, filled with useful facts about bears that will make you laugh so hard you won’t even realize you’re...

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The Truth About Hippos

The Truth About Your Favorite Animals

Maxwell Eaton III
Roaring Brook Press
Roaring Brook Press

Did you know that there are two types of hippo: the common hippo and the pygmy hippo (which is like a common hippo but smaller)?

Did you know that all hippos live in Africa?

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