12 Books Ginny Weasley Would Read
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12 Books Ginny Weasley Would Read

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12 Books Ginny Weasley Would Read
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“Anything’s possible if you’ve got enough nerve.”
– Ginny Weasley

Ginny Weasley is amazing. 

She’s kind, she’s caring, she’s bold, she’s beautiful, she’s brave, and she’ll cast a mad bat-bogey hex on you before you could even say “quidditch” if you ever hurt someone she cared about.

Because of her strong personality and wild accomplishments…I decided to put together 12 books Ginny Weasley would read. IF she was a muggle of course!

The books on this list range from inspirational non fiction to heartwrenching fiction.


12 Books Ginny Weasley Would Read

Dear Madam President: An Open Letter to the Women Who Will Run the World by Jennifer Palmieri

Written as an empowering letter to the first women president, the message extends to all women who want to succeed in every area of their lives. It also opens up a passionate discussion on why women shouldn’t be ignored when it comes to filling in roles of strong leadership.

The Girl Who Lived by Christopher Greyson

Ten years ago, four people were brutally murdered. One girl lived. Nobody believed her story, they all thought she was crazy. Now, Faith has just been released from a psychiatric hospital, and is yanked right back to same place where gruesome murders took place. Torn by survivors guilt, she starts to slowly unravel. But she’s pulled into action after she decides to find the person who killed her sister.

Circe by Madeline Miller

Born to the god of sun, Circe isn’t powerful like her father nor alluring like her mother. Because of her strangeness, she finds comfort in the companionship of mortals, and soon discovers a secret about herself that will threaten everything around her. Banished by Zeus to live on an island, Circe learns how to wield her secret, and meets several infamous figures from Greek mythology along the way.

Captain Marvel: Higher, Further, Faster by Liza Palmer

Carol Danvers is just starting to embark towards her Air Force career with her first year of flight school. She gets tested in ways she never imagined, and finds a life long friend, Maria, in the process. Together, the two women navigate life as women who are surrounded by a “boys club” culture.

The Librarian of Auschwitz by Antonio Iturbe

Dita and her family are barely adjusting to the nightmare that is now their life within the Auschwitz camp. One day Jewish leader Freddy Hirsch gives Dita a very big and dangerous responsibility – to hide and take care of the eight precious books the prisoners have managed to sneak into the camp.

The Shell Seekers by Rosamunde Pilcher 

When her grown children learn their grandfather’s work is now worth a fortune, each has an idea as to what Penelope should do. But as she recalls the passions, tragedies, and secrets of her life, she knows there is only one answer…and it lies in her heart, in this beloved Cornwall novel from Rosamunde Pilcher.

Sea of Memories by Fiona Valpy

In 1937, seventeen-year-old Ella’s life changes forever when she is sent to spend the summer on the beautiful Île de Ré and meets the charismatic, creative Christophe. They spend the summer together, exploring the island’s sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, and, for the first time in her life, Ella feels truly free.

Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller

Sent on a mission to retrieve an ancient hidden map―the key to a legendary treasure trove―seventeen-year-old pirate captain Alosa deliberately allows herself to be captured by her enemies, giving her the perfect opportunity to search their ship. But what wasn’t part of the plan, was becoming attracted to Riden, the first mate of the ship.

12 Books Ginny Weasley Would Read

The Girl in the Picture by Kerry Barrett

Violet Hargreaves is the lonely daughter of a widowed industrialist, and an aspiring Pre-Raphaelite painter. One day, the naïve eighteen-year-old meets the mysterious and handsome Edwin on the beach. He promises her a world beyond the small coastal village she’s trapped in. But after she ignores warnings about Edwin, a chain of terrible events begins to unfold for Violet…

Caraval by Stephanie Garber

Scarlett has lived all her life on a tiny island with her sister Tella. Their powerful cruel father has arranged a sudden marriage for Scarlett, and her dreams of seeing the Caraval seem to be over. But somehow with the help of a mysterious sailor, Tella and Scarlett go to the show. However, ss soon as they arrive, Tella is kidnapped – and whoever finds her first…is the winner.

The House We Grew Up In by Lisa Jewell

The Bird’s are a picture perfect family. The mother, Lorelei is the glue that keeps the family together. While the children were young, she tried to freeze time by filling the family home with sweet mementos, especially the children’s artwork. But one day on Easter, something so devastating happens, that Lorelei isn’t able to move on. Years pass and Lorelei has almost completely alienated herself from her family.

Willa of the Wood by Robert Beatty 

Willa is a young night spirit. To her, humans are the murderers of trees. She’s been taught to hate them and steal from them all their life. Every night she sneaks into their homes and takes what they won’t miss. One day she becomes curious, too curious, about the humans and finds herself completely stranded in the human world. Isolated from her home and people, Willa is shocked to realize that not all humans are evil.


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