Yoshino Aya manga

Popcorn Romance

Popcorn Romance

Two brothers give up their dreams of fame and fortune to try and help their grandfather save his farm from becoming a golf course.

Just a Girl

Just a Girl

On her own for the very first time, Erica finds herself dealing with the pressures of independence. Luckily, some old friends--and some exciting new ones--are there to help her make her way in this exciting new world. Will it be enough for her to grow and be a successful woman, or will she remain just a girl? -- Central Park Media
Genre: Romance, Shoujo

Call Me Princess

Call Me Princess

[From CPM]: A heart-warming tale of teen romance, Miss Taniguchi's intricate art and true-to-life storytelling pull the reader into the story and won't let you go. Tomoko Taniguchi's work was previously seen in Colleen Doran's A Distant Soil. Remember your first high school love? Everyone does. And Call Me Princess will help bring back memories of those innocent days of dreamy eyes and embarrassed blushes in classrooms and corridors. The story is told by Mako, a young freshman, as she is torn between her feelings for her first love, Yo, and newly arrived bad boy, Ryu.

Aquarium

Aquarium

Consists of three stories: I. Aquarium (summary below); II. The Flying Stewardess; III. The Heart is Your Kingdom. From CPM: Three tales of love, loss, and longing. A trio of girls tackle the trials of adolescence and try to find happiness.