Bungaku Shoujo Songs Lyrics

Book Girl | Literature Girl | 劇場版“文学少女”
Bungaku Shoujo Songs Lyrics

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Anime Information

Title:Bungaku Shoujo

Also Called:Book Girl | Literature Girl | 劇場版“文学少女”

Type:TV

Released on year:2016

Released in:Summer

Num Episodes:12

Anime Genres

Argument

The only way to restore balance after the Ice Queen brings eternal winter to Nariadia is to gather human warriors and give them the power of Naria crystals. As a result, Animaru has chosen Urara, Inaho, and Hanabi, three middle school students, as warriors. The girls, on the other hand, are more concerned with mocking the events taking place around them and attempting to make money as idols.
The Ice Queen's familiars use the "Ice Mirror" to dupe the girls into performing ridiculous skits. Will Urara, Inaho, and Hanabi ever accept their roles as magical girls, or will their antics prove to be too distracting for them?

About

Mizuki Nomura's Book Girl (, Bungaku Shjo, lit. Literature Girl) is a collection of Japanese light novels illustrated by Miho Takeoka. There are 16 volumes in the series, with eight covering the original series, four short story collections, and four covering a side story. The novels were published by Enterbrain under the Famitsu Bunko imprint between April 2006 and April 2011. In July 2010, Yen Press licensed the light novel series and began publishing it in English in North America. Square Enix's shnen Gangan Powered and Gangan Joker, as well as Kadokawa Shoten's shjo Beans Ace and Monthly Asuka, have serialized four manga adaptations. On May 1, 2010, Production I.G released an anime film adaptation in Japanese theaters.