• Title: Aishiteruze Baby, Volume 05
  • Author: Yōko Maki
  • ISBN: 9781421505725
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • Aishiteruze Baby Volume Kippei Katakura is a year old playboy When his year old cousin Yuzuyu comes to live with his family after her mother disappears he is suddenly in charge of taking care of her Kippei s main occup
    Kippei Katakura is a 17 year old playboy When his 5 year old cousin Yuzuyu comes to live with his family after her mother disappears, he is suddenly in charge of taking care of her Kippei s main occupation changes from tending to his high school girlfriends to picking Yuzuyu up from kindergarten and making her lunch Soon the two are getting along like peas in a pod, butKippei Katakura is a 17 year old playboy When his 5 year old cousin Yuzuyu comes to live with his family after her mother disappears, he is suddenly in charge of taking care of her Kippei s main occupation changes from tending to his high school girlfriends to picking Yuzuyu up from kindergarten and making her lunch Soon the two are getting along like peas in a pod, but the girls at his high school miss their quality time with Kippei.

    One Reply to “Aishiteruze Baby, Volume 05”

    1. Finally, Kokoro and Kippei had the talk, or at least they now have what we can call a relationship. Not much Yuzu in this, but the latest chapter as Kokoro grows closer to Yuzu as well is adorable.We see more of Kippei's family, there's a touch on abuse and sex as well, and I appreciate handling all of that.

    2. ich liebe es immernoch ,irgentwie wird alles wichtige behandelt und die Zeichnungen sind einfach nur niedlich:)

    3. This manga was cute overall but not really memorable in my opinion. My favorite character was Yuzuyu just because she was so cute and friendly to everyone. Even though I understand the attitude of Kippei and what he is supposed to be portraying I never like him, not even when he was with Yuzuyu. Overall it was a pleasant and nice reading experience. I would check out the anime though because I felt it to be a great deal more entertaining than reading the manga.

    4. This episode expanded into Kippei's other family and friends and their lives, which was nice. Not enough Yuzuyu, but a good story all around. A lot of very serious topics are covered in these books, including abuse, jealousy, sex, and loss of parents. I think they are handled well, and the books are still interesting, funny, cute, and romantic.

    5. I really enjoyed this book. I can't wait to read the next book. I like how they showed some more of Kokoro's and Kippei's relationship.So I'm wondering who that girl was at the end and what kind of trouble she may or may not cause.

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