Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer

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Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer
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First edition cover
Author John Grisham
Country U.S.
Language English
Genre Legal thriller, Young adult
Publisher Hodder and Stoughton
Publication date
2010
Media type Print
Pages 263 (Hardcover 1st edition)
ISBN ISBN 978-1-4447-1448-7 (Hardcover 1st edition), ISBN 978-1-4447-1449-4 (Trade Paperback)
Followed by Theodore Boone: The Abduction

Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer, known as Theodore Boone: Young Lawyer in the UK, is a 2010 legal thriller and the first novel by John Grisham for middle grade children (8-13 year olds),[1] although not the first story to involve a child protagonist. It is the first in a series about Theodore Boone. Grisham jokingly said in an interview that he wanted to catch up with Harry Potter, since his number one place was taken in the bestsellers.[2]

Theodore Boone: The Abduction (2011) is the second book in the series of Theodore Boone. It is written by John Grisham and is the second book that he has written for 8-13 year olds. The third book is called Theodore Boone: The Accused, and went on sale on 15 May 2012.


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  1. ^ Memmott, C. Grisham's kid lawyer Theodore Boone approaches the bench usatoday.com Books 25 May 2010 retrieved 15 September 2010
  2. ^ John Grisham: how Theodore Boone came into being telegraph.co.uk 22 June 2010 retrieved 15 September 2010