Inspired by the Irish series designed for adult literacy, Gemma Open Door books are fresh stories from best-selling and important new voices—essential resources for young people and adults as they embrace the power of reading and the written word.

  • A tale of people who pass as ships in the night‎...‎or do they?
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  • Cougar, puma, mountain lion ...
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  • Gangs, pay-offs, immigration and a dose of greed.
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  • A family tale for new readers, from a New York Times Notable author in her stride.
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  • As BJ struggles to keep her eye on the ball—literally—her life heads into overtime.
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  • Metamorphosis in the Sierra Nevada Mountains
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  • A beloved author on her best topic – relationships.
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  • Starsky and Hutch rule the television screen, and, in Northern Ireland, bombs are going off.
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  • A funny, moving and wistful story of a rural Ireland long since passed.
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  • When the going gets tough, the tough play hockey.
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  • Maybe peace is not enough.
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  • A story of false friendship and following one’s heart
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  • Love never dies….is that the good news or the bad?
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  • Something magical happens…in your own backyard?
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  • A mother and daughter explore the wonders and the challenges of Japan’s Inland Sea islands
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  • A family drama between rival daughters that reveals a mother’s passion
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  • An emigrant tells his son about football, and about home.
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  • Each of has a very personal set of numbers that influence our lives
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  • When exchange students’ best-laid plans go awry.
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  • Does Joe really want to get married at all?
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  • A man follows the twisted path into his past.
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  • What human secret was uncovered in a dead rhinoceros?
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  • Witty story about competition between sisters.
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  • A story of male friendship, sometimes gone astray.
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  • Should she put a spark back in her marriage, or call it quits?
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  • A troubled woman turns to ice cream, and just might find love as well.
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  • Lizzie is dead. She just doesn’t know it.
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  • Brittany Myerson is so ready for high school to end.
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  • A funny and frank story about a mother and her…colorful son.
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  • An original story about family, jealousy, passion and redemption.
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  • A portrait of the artist as an old man.
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  • Redser and Pancho face the biggest challenge of their lives.
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  • But seriously…laughter is the language of people from all faiths.
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  • To see the fastball of fame coming right at you….and then fly right on by.
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  • Nobody gets out of high school alive, really.
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  • Modern travelers on foot follow wisdom along the Ulster Way.
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  • A new wife challenges a frugal former bachelor .
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  • Ahoy, Matey! Is that T-Rex I spy?
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  • There’s no how-to book for motherhood. Only the past.
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  • The Possibility of Lions

    Where is home, anyway? Maybe the animals will show us.
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  • The McHugh's marriage is on the rocks.
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  • Days and nights of a Dublin gumshoe.
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  • The worst day of their lives turns into a second chance.
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  • A faded fantasy writer and a quest ‎for redemption‎.
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  • Spin Cycles

    Day by day, a homeless man struggles to survive on the streets.
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  • A lodger’s dark past comes back to haunt him.
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  • Can a tired marriage be saved by man’s best friend?
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  • Fate shows up in your rose bed with three-inch canines.
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  • A time-traveling boy would like to stay with his new friend, Leonardo da Vinci.
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  • A brother deals with the disability of his sister.
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  • God will see you now.
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  • New immigrants share a subway ride over the Charles River‎...‎and much more.
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