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Meet Yotsuba Koiwai, the strangest little girl around. With a mind so straight it's twisted, Yotsuba takes everything in life at face value and sees everything with the eyes of impenetrable innocence. With her laid-back father, Yotsuba moves into a new house and makes new friends - friends whose minds boggle at the wacky and somewhat wise way that Yotsuba lives her daily life!
Both of these series are about a single man trying to raise a young daughter, despite having no knowledge or experience raising kids. Both stories are filled with the misadventures of of these young girls & their adopted fathers. While yotsuba is more comedic than usagi drop, they have many similarities, and if you liked one you're sure to enjoy the other.
Both of these series are very similar - in both content and quality. Bunny Drop has a bit more drama, while Yotsuba focuses moreso on comedy. They are both equally enjoyable though, and a good read whichever one you read first.
Kippei has a lot to figure out, like what to make for Yuzuyu's lunch and how to drop her off at kindergarten while still getting to high school on time. Kippei is enjoying his time with Yuzuyu, but not everyone is happy about it. The girls at school miss their quality time with Kippei, and one decides to play dirty to get him back.
If you liked Aishiteruze Baby or Usagi Drop you would like the other because they are both about single young men that are suddenly forced to be a guardian of a very young girl, and both take a while to get used to one another, with many mishaps and quirks along the way.
Both stories are about a young man who suddenly has to take care of a young girl relative of his, who abandoned by her mother & whom no one else in the family wants to take responsibility for.
Kazama Masamune - a single 23-year-old man... has a child? During the season of cherry blossoms, his beloved passes away. He happens to meet a little girl outside work and realizes she is his daughter who was raised in secrecy by his lover. The worst spring of his life is transformed into a painful yet vivid spring.
In both of these series, a young man suddenly finds himself having to raise a daughter. The guy is completely unprepared and experiences many challenges trying to take care of a child when he can barely take care of himself.
In both of these manga the main character end up having to take care of a young girl. Neither of them are quite sure of what to do and how to deal with things. If you enjoyed reading either of these and enjoyed the sometimes clumsy parent-daughter relationship between the main characters you'll surely enjoy the other.
Sachiko Azuma felt that her first child, Hikaru, was born to her with the morning light; however, the joy she expected from being a mother was short-lived. Her child exhibited unusual behavior, not wanting to be held, seeming to not hear people when they spoke to him. Being confused as to what was wrong, she sought help from doctors who misdiagnosed the problem. Eventually learning that her son had autism, Sachiko became motivated to learn more about the disorder with the goal that her son could become a working, independent adult. Now, Sachiko continues to face the struggles of raising a child with special needs, while attempting to help seemingly-uninterested people understand more about autism.
With the Light and Usagi Drop are two series about people who are presented with children under unexpected circumstances. The main character in With the Light gives birth to a son who has autism, something she has very little knowledge of, while the main character from Usagi Drop is a bachelor that is presented with an orphaned child, when he has little esteem for children in general. Both are forced to try to cope with the unforeseen developments in their lives, and the stories are told from these new parents' perspectives. With the Light is far more dramatic than Usagi Drop, but both series blend comedy and serious situations.
Heisuke is a young man who was left in charge of taking care of his little cousin Aki for a day. Being an only child who usually stays at home alone, Aki is quiet, reserved, and will go out of his way not to make trouble for others. As they spend more time together, Aki begins to grow very attached to Heisuke, especially since Heisuke's hobby is to make sweets and desserts. The quiet Aki eventually opens up to Heisuke, and Heisuke in return teaches Aki that sometimes it's all right to be selfish and say what you really want to do.
Both of these series are about a young man suddenly looking after a young child. The child in both stories is self reliant (often more so than the young man) and quite shy at first, but the young man helps bring them out of their shell (while learning more about himself & about life in the process).