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Lads: A Guide to Respect and Consent

Release date: 3 August 2023
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Topical, timely and incredibly important, this is a non-fiction guide for teenage boys exploring ... Read More

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Topical, timely and incredibly important, this is a non-fiction guide for teenage boys exploring consent, respect and navigating the tricky terrain of interacting with girls in so that they can be allies not enemies - written in a conversational, witty and non-accusatory style.

 

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Title: Lads: A Guide to Respect and Consent
Author: Alan Bissett
Publisher: Wren & Rook - Hachette Children's Group
SKU: BK0479061
EAN: 9781526365026
Number Of Pages: 256
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : 13 years and up
Release date: 3 August 2023

About Author

Alan Bissett is a novelist, playwright and performer from Falkirk, in Scotland. Formerly a secondary school teacher, bookshop assistant and university lecturer, Alan has been working as a full-time writer since 2007.

His first novel, Boyracers (2001) followed the formative years of four Falkirk teenagers and his second novel, The Incredible Adam Spark (2005), told the story of Scotland's first superhero. His most recent books, Death of a Ladies' Man (2009) and Pack Men (2011) were both shortlisted for the Scottish Arts Council Fiction of the Year awards.

He was Glenfiddich 'Spirit of Scotland' Writer of the Year in 2012, and in 2016 was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by Stirling University for his Outstanding Contribution to Scottish Culture.

Since 2011, Alan's focus has been on playwriting, and he has twice been shortlisted for Best New Play at the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland. In 2022, he was one of the writers of the Police Scotland video 'Don't Be That Guy', which focused on toxic male behaviours towards women and which went viral, garnering much praise and winning a PRCA Dare Award (for UK-wide PR campaigns) in the 'Public Sector' category.

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