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Romeo knows the rulesStick with your own kind Don’t dob on your mates or even yo. A straightforward contemporary novel of different racial groups colliding in the school yard resulting in a fight club and unexpected tragedies Chebatte nails the jargon associated with South EuropeanMiddle Eastern males if in Melbourne muzzas might be a good word to use Bro speaks at a level intended for easy consumption

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Bro author Helen Chebatte

Ur enemiesBut even unwritten rules are made for breakingFight Clubs first loves an. A very important take on the racial hostilities between high school boys in Australia Bro looks into the life of Romeo a half Australian half Lebanese year 10 boy who just wants to get through school and get the girl But gossip is a nasty part of the high school experience and before he knows it Romeo is in the spotlight caught in a war against the Aussie kids There s a choice to make and Romeo isn t making any of the right ones Chebatte makes a poignant point about how in the end we are all just people and the day to day cultural differences don t affect that everyone can get along when we aren t being identified as our heritage and stereotypes

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D family ties are pushed to their limit in Helen Chebatte’s explosive debut nove. Easy read with issues relevant to teenage boys Would teach to Year 9 boys


10 thoughts on “Bro author Helen Chebatte

  1. says:

    45 StarsIn the nineties when I was a teen the Northern suburbs of Melbourne were a diverse and cultural blend where your street may have resembled members of the United Nations I attended a same sex school much as the same as the c

  2. says:

    Written in a language teens will relate to Bro delves into Australian identity and what that means to many different peopleAttending a generic Christian boys high school our main character Romeo finds himself having to fight to defend his Le

  3. says:

    A straightforward contemporary novel of different racial groups colliding in the school yard resulting in a fight club and unexpected tragedies Chebatte nails the jargon associated with South EuropeanMiddle Eastern males if in Melbourne 'muzzas' might be a good word to use Bro speaks at a level intended for easy consumption

  4. says:

    A gritty read with themes as diverse as identity loss and the power of peer pressure This is a fairly slim volume with lots of dialogue and a familiar setting so I'll be recommending this to reluctant readers who reuire a text suitable for NCEA

  5. says:

    really enjoyed this one and it made me cry Romeo was a good character and i jumped on board with his story from the beginning

  6. says:

    A very important take on the racial hostilities between high school boys in Australia Bro looks into the life of Romeo a half Australian half Lebanese year 10 boy who just wants to get through school and get the girl But gossip is a nasty part of the high school experience and before he knows it Romeo is in the spotlight caught in a war against the Aussie kids There's a choice to make and Romeo isn't making any of the

  7. says:

    I hope we don't have to wait long for Helen Chebatte's next novel To echo Trisha she's fresh OZ YA talent to watch Her use of a school boy fight club as her underlying plot enables her to skilfully interweave a number of themes friendship racial rivalry and peer pressure into a modern day morality tale without exactly clubbing you over the head with it Chebatte's easy style will appeal to a broad readership and should b

  8. says:

    Easy read with issues relevant to teenage boys Would teach to Year 9 boys

  9. says:

    Bro is Helen Chebatte's debut novel Set in Western Sydney the story revolves around Romeo Makhlouf a sixteen year old boy attending a Christian boys high school He lives with his dad and grandmother His mother died of cancer five years ago and since then his father's moods have been up and down creating a tense relations

  10. says:

    From a YA novel called 'Bro' about a fight club and racial tensions with fists punching out the title on the cover I was expecting ugly brutality I was surprised with vulnerability and sensitivity I thoroughly enjoyed Helen

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