The Private Tutor to the Duke’s Daughter light novel is getting an anime adaptation, as announced during the Fantasia Bunko Festival 2023 livestream event. No details about the staff and cast have been announced as of this writing. Check out the announcement:
Private Tutor to the Duke’s Daughter is a light novel written by Riku Nanano. It was first published on the Kakuyomu website in October 2017 before getting picked by Kadokawa and published in its Fujimi Fantasia Bunko imprint in December 2018, with illustrations by Cura. A manga adaptation with art by Tamura Muto has been serialized in Shonen Ace Plus since September 2019.
J-Novel Club licensed the light novel in English back in September 2021, describing the plot as:
After failing the final exam for his dream job at the royal court, promising young sorcerer Allen wants nothing more than to retreat to a simple life in the countryside. Unfortunately for him, he can’t even afford the train fare! His only solution is to get a job, but his one lead is anything but modest—Duke Howard, one of the kingdom’s most powerful nobles, needs a private tutor for his daughter Tina. Despite her academic brilliance, Tina is incapable of casting even a single spell. To make matters worse, entrance exams for the prestigious Royal Academy are fast approaching, and magical aptitude is mandatory! Can Allen use his unique brand of spellcasting to help Tina overcome her magical impairment, a mystery that not even the kingdom’s finest sorcerers have been able to solve? And does her father, the duke, even want him to?
You can check a promotional video for Private Tutor to the Duke’s Daughter light novel here:
Source: Official Twitter
©Riku Nanano/Cura/Fujimi Fantasia Bunko