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Karuho Shiina was born and raised in Hokkaido, Japan. Though Kimi ni Todoke is only her second series following many one-shot stories, it has already racked up accolades from various "Best Manga of the Year" lists. Winner of the 2008 Kodansha Manga Award for the shojo category, Kimi ni Todoke also placed fifth in the first-ever Manga Taisho (Cartoon Grand Prize) contest in 2008. In Japan, an animated TV series debuted in October 2009, and a live-action film was released in 2010.
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This series just makes me happy. In the simplest, best of ways, with no wavering.
Sawako gets to visit Kazehaya's family for an evening. She brings them some food, and we get to see Kazehaya's stern father, and how Kazehaya's little brother views them. It's adorable. This leads to a confrontation between Kazehaya and his father, who has always seemed to disapprove of Kazehaya. It's super sweet and adorable seeing how much his father really cares, and seeing them come to an agreement, an understanding that's very fair. They're adorable. I also really love seeing how much his father likes Sawako, as well.
After that, Kazehaya and Sawako decide to go on a date, to go away for a day. They're literally the cutest, the sweetest things. And so innocent, how they get embarrassed just holding hands. I just can't even contain how much I love them.
They're also finally, fully honest with each other. Honest, and accepting. Because even if they're going different places, they want to stay together.
After their big moment, we get a new one with Ayane, because her feelings for Pin have become apparent and not-so-hidden to some people. I'm rooting for them, but I also love seeing the girls get to talk it out and support each other.
This series just gets me going, every time. I love everything about it, and I will always want more.
A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, for an honest review. Thank you so, so much!
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]