Theodore Boone: The Accomplice: Theodore Boone 7 - Theodore Boone (Hardback)John Grisham (author)
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***Perfect for fans of Anthony Horowitz's Alex Rider series***
'Not since Nancy Drew has a nosy, crime-obsessed kid been so hard to resist' - New York Times
Woody Lambert is in trouble. He comes from a broken family, suffers bad grades at school and his older brother, Tony, is on probation for a drug offence. When Woody inadvertently gets caught up with Tony and one of his friends, Garth, cruising around Strattenburg in a beaten-up Mustang drinking beer, one thing leads to another and Garth holds up a convenience store with a fake gun.
Though he had no involvement in the crime other than being in Garth's car, Woody is arrested as an accomplice. He's going to need serious legal advice to avoid juvenile prison.
Enter Theodore Boone: after all, Theo has already decided that he will become the best courtroom lawyer in the state. It's just that, at the age of thirteen, Theo is years from being a qualified lawyer - and Woody needs help right now . . .
Further praise for the Theodore Boone series
'If you aspire to turn your children into lawyers who will keep you in your old age, John Grisham's Theodore Boone, his first novel for young people, might be for you' - Sunday Times
'For any young readers tired of wizards, vampires and Greek gods, there's now a new kid on the young fiction block, and this one really does have serious powers: Theodore Boone, half-boy, half-lawyer... fans will be pleased to know there will be more of Theo's adventures to come' - Sunday Express
'Nobody does legal fiction better' - Daily Express
'Gripping . . . I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a good mystery. I think everyone will be enthralled by Theodore Boone' - Scholastic News
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 356 g
Dimensions: 227 x 143 x 25 mm
If you aspire to turn your children into lawyers who will keep you in your old age, John Grisham's Theodore Boone, his first novel for young people, might be for you * Sunday Times *
Not since Nancy Drew has a nosy, crime-obsessed kid been so hard to resist * The New York Times *
Nobody does legal fiction better * Daily Express *