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Red Sails to Capri by Ann Weil
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Red Sails to Capri

by Ann Weil

Other authors: C.B. Falls (Illustrator)

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A NEWBERY HONOR BOOK The minute he saw the boat with the red sails moving into the harbor, Michele knew that something exciting was going to happen. Sailing on the ship were three men who would come to stay at Michele's parents' inn. The men said they were searching--one for beauty, one for adventure, and one for "something difficult to explain." What they brought with them was a mystery and adventure that would change Michele's life--and all of Capri--forever.… (more)

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A boy and his family and friends, along with some visitors at his father's inn, set out to solve the mystery of a certain cove on the island of Capri, where they live.
A neat little story, even neater for being about an actual cove and it's beautiful blue cave. ( )
  electrascaife | Sep 10, 2018 |
Elementary
  SteppLibrary | Mar 8, 2017 |
Newbery Honor Book Can three strangers, each on a separate quest, solve the mystery of the island?
  wichitafriendsschool | Mar 25, 2016 |
Michele sees the boat with the red sails and finds a way to lead the passengers to stay at his parents’ inn. The three men on this boat will forever change Capri. There is a mystery. There is action. There is adventure. There is the exotic atmosphere of faraway Capri. ( )
1 vote debnance | Jan 29, 2010 |
I thoroughly enjoyed Red Sails to Capri. The village of Capri has agreed not to even mention a mysterious cove, until three visitors convince a young teenager and his family to discover the truth. Some of the subtle humor will be missed on a young child who nonetheless enjoys the story. With strong characterization, good humor, and an exciting plot with some depth, it will likely grow with a child.
  mebrock | Jan 27, 2009 |
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The minute he saw the boat with the red sails moving into the harbor, Michele knew that something exciting was going to happen.

It was the biggest and most beautiful ship fourteen-year-old Michele had ever seen. Sailing on the ship were three men who would come to stay at Michele's parents' inn. The men said they were searching - one for beauty, one for adventure, and one for "something difficult to explain." What they brought with them was a mystery and adventure that would change Michele's life - and all of Capri - forever.
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