This manga was cute, but lacked focus or much of a main premise, so it felt more like a chapter or two of a longer story than a one-shot. The main appeal is the art style, which is very unique and at times the main character's face even reminded me of older American cartoons. It featured an uncommon look for manga overall. I like crows, so I thought a little girl and crow as two main characters was interesting. I'm not sure if it's perhaps a Japanese folk tale or something, but the story of the white crow was the most intriguing, oddly touching part and probably worth reading for it alone. Otherwise, nothing much happens in this manga to be honest, but for what it is, it's a unique little piece. If the art of the girl and crow interests you at all, it's probably worth checking out, particularly considering it's not very long.