Baby Names Inspired by Children’s Books

I love this list of baby names inspired by children’s books! What a cool idea! Though I have to add a few missing names, like:

  • Alanna from Alanna: The First Adventure by Tamora Pierce,
  • Anna from From Anna by Jean Little,
  • Anne from Anne of Green Gables by LM Montgomery,
  • Bella from Twilight by Stephanie Meyer,
  • Daine from Wild Magic by Tamora Pierce,
  • Eona from Eona by Alison Goodman,
  • Emily from Emily of New Moon by LM Montgomery,
  • Katniss from the Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins,
  • Kit from Down a Dark Hall by Lois Duncan,
  • Melinda from Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson,
  • Rachel from Pigs Might Fly by Emily Rodda,

  • Jon from the Forgotten Door by Alexander Key,
  • Sam from the Magic Grandfather by Jay Williams,
  • Wilbur from Ghosts Who Went to School by Judith Spearing…

    Who else would you add?

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