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Have you ever dreamed about traveling through time?
Eleven-year-old Janie Ray just got a new diary from her mom. At first she writes all about the private jokes she shares with her best friend, Sheila, and the grief she gets from her little brother, RJ, who always gets into her stuff and never gets in trouble.
But then, one morning, she realizes that the mysterious inscription on the old medallion she found when she was seven is written in her secret language!
Join Janie as she explores the hidden mysteries of the medallion while figuring out how to deal with Marcia the Snob, RJ, and even her mother - who always looks nice and doesn't understand how hard things can be when you're 11.
Book 1: The Impossible Medallion
Book 2: The Day My Mom Got Grounded!
Book 3: A Star Is Born
Book 4: A Letter to My Fifth-Grade Self
Book 5: Baking with Frenemies!
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By Teresa on 08-19-17
Great middle grade book!
I like the whole idea of the bearers and medallion storyline. I think my two granddaughters would love this series and would wish they could travel through time! I can imagine me thinking that at 9-10-11 years old. Now it's time to start reading the next one in the series.
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By Trish on 10-27-17
Really great time travel book for kids
Diary of Janie Ray is a series of chapters about Janie and a few BFFs who are able to travel back in time and see what it's like to be in their parent's and other adult figures in their lives. It's hard to write a book that resonates with teens--they are pretty sophisticated these days, and a book is hard to compete with Instagram. However, Ms. Segal does a good job of keeping the story interesting with the fun time travel twist. The narrator is okay--a little squeaky. Overall, it's a fun series that my 12 year old daughter enjoyed as much as I did.