The Accused has ratings and reviews. Bruce said: Book 3 in the Theodore Boone series by John Grisham. This series is written for a middle schoo. Join the John Grisham Mailing List. Sign up to get breaking news, exclusive content and Theodore Boone: The Accused. About the Book Praise Back to Books. Theodore Boone: The Accused by John Grisham – review. ‘I loved this book because I had no idea how it was going to end. It was well written.
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This is a KIDS story!!! There was a quality in Theo that is missing in these last 2, a confiden Appropriate 6th and up. The book opens with the continuation of book two.
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Theodore Boone: The Accused – John Grisham
Later, when Theo visits his uncle Ike, Ike proposes the idea that the culprit behind both Grishan Mac’s store robbery is the child of one of Mrs. This page was last edited on 17 Februaryat Do you think students should have the right to privacy at school?
May 18, Kathy rated it really liked it Shelves: He has grown hte lot since the first book even though it has only been a few months in the johj line. Theo has been amped up for it ever since the previous one ended in a mistrial; partly thanks to him. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices.
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Please try again later. Appropriate 6th and up. They are very fast reads and keep me thinking about what will happen next.
I will keep reading the Theodore Boone series, and I am thinking about using “Kid Lawyer” in my 7th grade class, but I hope that Grisham re-reads his own 1st book and returns to that sort of style. That in the middle of each story you will really get into it. I think that this was probably the best book in the series so far. Would I recommend it to others: Be the first to review this title. John Grisham is well known for creating believable characters and he does an excellent job with young Theodore, as well as his family, friends and acquaintances.
It is a very fun read. May 02, Nicholas Johnston added it. See 2 questions about The Accused…. The fact that he was the accused for this story made an interesting twist, but I’m hoping there’s a bit more in his next book to get past the inability for his parents to want to connect more with their teen son. At first I was ticked off at the narrator,, then I was ticked off at the author. Grisham makes the law easy to understand by applying it to issues that tweens and teens can relate to: In the end, Theo and his uncle Ike solve the case – the bad guys are arrested and Theo is cleared.
I hope this review has inspired you to read this book! There’s been a robbery that Theo is the accused. While all of Strattenburg anxiously awaits the new trial of infamous murder suspect Pete Duffy, problems arise for their own kid lawyer. Even if he doesn’t know them, because his parents help lots of people and then they end up getting to know Theo. Kid Lawyer Theodore Boone: There aren’t any reviews yet. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
The author has created a wonderful character in thirteen-year-old Theodore Boone. Kid, 12 years old October 7, Real-life decisions are complex, and making the right decision isn’t always easy. Mar 20, Michelle rated it it was amazing.
Ike is a shady uncle, he knows a lot of people and when Theo needs information, Ike is his man. Parents need to know that Theodore Boone: I found it quite funny to see how he’s al While this book is definitely much more interesting than the last one and Theo was less annoying, there were a few things that bothered me, which is why I didn’t give the book three stars. The London Eye Mystery. As his life begins to become unglued, he still tries to do what’s right and is a better role model because he isn’t perfect.
Theodore Boone: The Accused
Not much going on with Pete Duffy, which surprised me as the title is “The Accused”. In those story’s the author John Grisham puts you into the story, and make it feel like your truly in Theo’s adventures. Dutton Children’s Books Publication date: But the unthinkable happens, Duffy is nowhere to be found.