TO Books’ official Youtube channel released a promotional video for the side story video anime episodes for the Ascendance of a Bookworm anime on Tuesday.
The official site for the anime declared the first video anime episodes on December 9. The two OVAs, titled Coleena-sama no Otaku Hōmon (A House Call to Ms. Coleena) and Yustux no Shitamachi Sennyū Daisakusen (Yustux’ Master Plan for Downtown Infiltration), will make a big appearance with a constrained release of the primary novel of the arrangement’s fifth part on March 10.
The anime‘s initial segment debuted on October 2, and finished on December 25 with 14 episodes in total. Crunchyroll gushed the initial segment as it publicized in Japan, and it likewise started spilling an English dub on December 4. The subsequent part will debut this spring.
Ascendance of a Bookworm is a Japanese fantasy light novel arrangement composed by Miya Kazuki and outlined by Yō Shiina. It was serialized online between September 2013 and March 2017 on the client produced novel distributing site Shōsetsuka ni Narō. It was later obtained by TO Books, who have distributed twenty volumes since January 2015.
A manga adjustment of the initial part with cart by Suzuka was serialized online through Niconico Seiga site between October 2015 and July 2018. It was gathered in seven tankōbon volumes by TO Books. Both the light novel and manga are distributed in English by J-Novel Club. An anime TV arrangement adjustment by Ajia-do Animation Works debuted on October 3, 2019.
The series has been described:
“The story follows Motosu Urano, a book-loving college student and soon-to-be librarian who ends up crushed to death beneath a pile of books during an earthquake. With her dying breath, she wishes to be reincarnated in a world where she can read books forever. As she died, she awakens in the body of a five-year-old weak girl named Myne in a world where books are scarce and only available to prestigious elites. Myne, retaining her memories from her previous life, decides to create and print her own books so that she can read again.”