A young man came to educate a young witch on how to behave and socialize. The story start as bond of trust between our MC and the little witch, then develops into a slice of life. The bond part is a bit cliche but only happen at beginning, after that what follow is how the mangaka tell us about human’s difference. From how to get a witch accepted in human village
Cute art with wide, bubbly face. Kind of like Ume Aoki. They are suitable to describe contrast between open-minded MC, the rough witch, stingy landlady and soap opera fan.
Our focus characters will
be Camilo, a teacher from USA who transfer to French to get Ruru, a rare little witch, to behave and get along with her caretaker. In first volume so far both of them aren’t acting erratically. Camilo is a wild card here since he seems solve whatever problem we have at hand by keeping smile in his face and having opimist thought. But something told me he has more than meet in the eye
I enjoy this a bit and honestly would know more, especially since in vol 2 cover, there is another little, unknown white-haired girl. But I don’t think it is worth to buy the next volume
A pleasant tale in a modern French village, enjoy with cup of tea or milk in afternoon