Julie Parsons An Seomra Tobac (Open Door as Gaeilge)


Code 9781905494682

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Part of the Open Door series of short books for emerging readers, now translated for the first time into Irish with the support of An Chomhairle um Oideachas Gaeltachta agus Gaelscolaíochta, and ideal for learners of the Irish language.

I Seomra Tobac sa Roinn Sláinte agus Leasa Sóisialaigh, a thosaìonn an rud ar fad. Tá Eoin pósta ar Aoife, agus tá pósadh sona acu de réir cosúlachtaì. Casann Aisling ar Eoin ansin sa Seomra Tobac. Ach bìonn contúirt ann sna toitìnì, agus nì fada go dtiteann Eoin i ngrá le hAisling, agus go n-airìonn Aoife go bhfuil a pósadh i gcontúirt. Nì go réidh scaoilfidh Aoife le haon rud áfach, agus cinneann sì ar throid a chur suas. Cé aige a mbeidh an bua? Cad ì an duais?

It all starts in the Smoking Room in the Department of Health and Social Welfare. Eoin is married to Aoife and they appear to have a happy marriage.  But Eoin meets Aisling in the Smoking Room. Their meetings are tinged with danger and he falls in love with her.  Aoife feels that her marriage is in jeopardy.  She doesn’t give up on anything easily and will certainly put up a fight.  Who will win?

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