Book GirlLight, vol.8 (2006)
For Tohko Amano, a third-year high school student and self-styled “book girl,” being the head of the literary club is more than just an extracurricular activity. It’s her bread and butter... literally! Tohko is actually a literature-gobbling demon, who can be found at all hours of the day munching on torn out pages from all kinds of books. But for Tohko, the real delicacies are hand-written stories. To satisfy her gourmet tastes, she’s employed (rather, browbeaten) one Konoha Inoue, who scribbles away each day after school to satisfy Tohko’s appetite. But when another student comes knocking on the literary club door for advice on writing love letters, will Tohko discover a new kind of delicacy?
The protagonist of the story, Konoha Inoue, is a seemingly normal senior high 2nd year student. His high school life, other than a hinted incident 2 years ago, can be summed up as normal- if one can dismissed the secret fact that he used to be a female bestselling romance author. Due to that incident, however, he has now vowed never to write again.
This continued on until he was forced to join the literary club by the literary club president, the 3rd year female student Amano Tooko, a beautiful girl who has a taste [for] eating literary works. Now he has been tasked to write her snack every day after school.
"Bungaku Shoujo" novel series is in Konoha Inoue's point of view.
Production:Mizuki Nomura (Story),
Miho Takeoka (Art)
Related anime:Bungaku Shoujo: Kyou no Oyatsu - Hatsukoi OVA, 2009, Adaptation
Gekijouban Bungaku Shoujo Movie, 2010, Adaptation
Bungaku Shoujo: Memoire OVA, 2010, Adaptation
Related manga:Book Girl Light Novel, 2006
Book Girl: Apprentice Light Novel, 2009, Sequel
"Bungaku Shoujo": Heian-hen Kakitsuzuru Boku to Yomigataru Kanojo Light Novel, 2010, Other
Hanjuku Sakka to "Bungaku Shoujo" na Muse Light Novel, 2011, Sequel
"Bungaku Shoujo" to Koisuru Episode Light Novel, 2007, Side story
"Bungaku Shoujo" to Shi ni Tagari no Douke Manga, 2008, Alternative version
"Bungaku Shoujo" to Ue Kawaku Yuurei Manga, 2010, Alternative version