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The book that I am currently reading is called Red Sails to Capri written by Ann Weil This book was awarded the Newberry Honor The main character in this book is named Michele Pagano Mee-shell Pa-gan-o Michele is fourteen years old He lives at home with his parents Signor Pagano and Signora Pagano on the mountain-island of Capri His friends in the book include a man named Angelo An-jel-o who is forty and his friend Pietro Pea-trow who is about Micheles age One of Micheles character traits is that he gets easily excited In the beginning of the book Michele and his friend Angelo are in a harbor Michele spots a boat and gets really excited The boat that Michele spots is not an ordinary boat but it is a sailboat with big red sails There are three people on the boat Angelo said that they were most likely visitors because they had a lot of luggage with them There are not usually visitors at that time of the year and this also excited Michele Micheles parents own an inn Michele goes to find his parents to tell them about the visitors After he tells his parents about the men they open up and clean out three rooms for them While Michele was gone Angelo told the three visitors to stay at Micheles parents inn The men agree to stay at the inn Another character trait of Micheles is that he is helpful In the morning the men who stayed at the inn needed assistance Michele had plans to go to Naples with Pietro He was looking forward to it However Michele decided to skip his trip Instead he stayed to help and serve the three strange men Michele wanted to make sure that these visitors stayed at the inn and not go to another one He knew that his parents needed the money and this would help them As I said before
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