Vitor Martins

é graduado em jornalismo, escritor, tradutor e ilustrador. Seu primeiro livro, Quinze dias, foi publicado no Brasil em 2017 pela Alt e em 2020 nos Estados Unidos pela Scholastic, com o título Here the Whole Time. Lá, recebeu uma resenha estrelada e ainda foi um dos vencedores do prêmio Global Literature in Libraries Initiative e finalista no Latino Book Awards. Publicado no Reino Unido, Alemanha, Rússia e Canadá. Vitor também é autor de Um milhão de finais felizes e Se a casa 8 falasse, publicados no Brasil pela Editora Alt.

Felipe gets it — he’s fat. Not chubby. Not big-boned. Fat. And he doesn’t need anyone to remind him, which is, of course, what everyone does. That’s why he’s been waiting for this moment ever since the school year began: school break. Finally, he’ll be able to spend some time far away from school and the classmates who tease him incessantly. His plans include catching up on his favorite TV shows, finishing his to-be-read pile, and watching YouTube tutorials on skills he’ll never actually put into practice.

But things get a little out of hand when Felipe’s mom informs him that Caio, the neighbor kid from apartment 57, will be spending the next 15 days with them while his parents are on vacation. Felipe is distraught because A) he’s had a crush on Caio since, well, forever, and B) Felipe has a list of body image insecurities and absolutely NO idea how he’s going to entertain his neighbor for two full weeks.

Suddenly, the days ahead of him that once promised rest and relaxation (not to mention some epic Netflix bingeing) end up bringing a whirlwind of feelings, forcing Felipe to dive head-first into every unresolved issue he has had with himself — but maybe, just maybe, he’ll manage to win over Caio, too.

“I read this in one sitting, laughing out loud and cheering for Felipe to follow his heart. I love this book!”

Rainbow Rowell, bestselling author of Carry On

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