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Mitch Johnson

  • 5 stars across 3 books
    Mitch Johnson Biography
    Mitch Johnson's interest in storytelling began from an early age and led him to study English Literature with Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. After graduating with a first-class degree, he wrote his debut novel, Kick. Mitch was inspired to write the book while working in a sports shop. He now works in Waterstones in Norwich and writes in his spare time.

    Mitch lives in Norwich with his wife.

    Mitch Johnson Facts
    Mitch's favourite children's book was The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster. He's also a big fan of Roald Dahl, Patrick Ness and Mal Peet.

    Our favourite Mitch Johnson Book Character
    Budi - from Kick
    1st September 2017

    Kick

    Budi's plan is simple. He's going to be a star. Budi's going to play for the greatest team on earth, instead of sweatin... More

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    2nd July 2020

    Pop!: Fizzy drinks. A trillion dollars. The adventure that ends with a bang.

    An outrageous theft. A huge reward. Two friends on the run. An uproariously funny, action-packed new adventure about... More

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    4th February 2021

    Pop!: Fizzy drinks. A trillion dollars. The adventure that ends with a bang.

    An outrageous theft. A huge reward. Two friends on the run. An uproariously funny, action-packed new adventure about t... More

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