In Flourish and Blotts, however, she became the owner of a brand new set of Gilderoy Lockhart's collected works.
Harry, having been given them by Lockhart as a publicity stunt, gave them to her since he could afford a set of his own.
As the train pulled out, she began to cry, despite her brothers promising to send her loads of owls and a Hogwarts toilet seat.
Despite the majority of her brothers being keen Quidditch players, she was not allowed to play with them when she was a child.
Although as she would only have been a year old at the time, it is entirely possible that she was exaggerating here.
On 1 September, 1991, she accompanied her mother to King's Cross Station to see off her brothers as they departed for Hogwarts.
She was also an accomplished Quidditch player, playing Chaser and Seeker at different times for the Gryffindor Quidditch team.
After the Second Wizarding War Ginny became a professional Quidditch player for the Holyhead Harpies.