BOOK☆WALKER Global Is Adding She’s Adopted a High School Boy! and a New Full-color Why the Hell Are You Here, Teacher?! Volume to Their Lineup of Exclusive Titles

BOOK☆WALKER Global has partnered with Kodansha USA Publishing to exclusively release She’s Adopted a High School Boy! by Hideki and a new full-color volume of Soborou’s Why the hell are you here, Teacher!? series, both digitally on their platform.

She’s Adopted a High School Boy! by Hideki, the author of 1-nen A-gumi no Monster, has nine volumes in circulation as of March 2021 and is the newest series to be added to BOOK☆WALKER Global’s exclusive manga lineup.

Why the hell are you here, Teacher!?, Soborou’s first major work, is an ongoing popular series in Japan with 11 volumes released so far. The anime adaptation of the romantic comedy aired during the 2019 spring season, and BOOK☆WALKER Global released the English translation in July 2020.

BOOK☆WALKER Global will release both manga digitally in English, and describes the stories as follows:

She’s Adopted a High School Boy! 1
When Minoru’s parents ran out on him and their debt collectors started shaking him down, it was the kind lady next door who took him in. She offers to have him live with her, but she seems awfully excited about the idea… and suddenly Minoru’s wondering just what he got himself into.

Why the hell are you here, Teacher!? The A+ Full Color Lesson Book!
Why the hell are you FULL COLOR, sensei?! (And why THOSE colors?!) We’ve pored through over a hundred chapters and selected the best breast-related episodes for full colorization. All your favorite memories of past teachers are here, depicted more vividly than ever before.

She’s Adopted a High School Boy! Volumes 1-3 and Why the hell are you here, Teacher!? The A+ Full Color Lesson Book! will be available on global.bookwalker.jp staring August 3, 2021 Pacific Time.

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