The Diary of Janie Ray, Books 1-5: Box Set! : The Diary of Janie Ray

  • by Lila Segal
  • Narrated by Melissa Gorr
  • Series: The Diary of Janie Ray
  • 5 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Books 1-5 of the exciting Janie Ray series!
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!


See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Great series for middle grade girls

This was really fun set of books for middle-graders. I listened to the Audible audio version with my almost-7-year-old and almost-8-year-old, and even though they're not quite at the middle grade level yet, even they enjoyed the books. I enjoyed them, too, and it brought back to memory what it was like being a 12-year-old girl - all the drama and excitement, etc. I liked all 5 books in the series, but I think the last one, "Baking With Frenemies" was my least favorite, but it was still good. The premise just seemed a little mean-spirited. If you want a series that your middle-grader can enjoy (especially girls), I recommend giving this series a try.
Read full review

- Leslie F.

So exciting!

Any additional comments?

The book is so exciting you feel like you can't even hear the next part because it's so so exciting. You get goose pimples because it's so exciting what's going to happen next. The person narrating the story can make different voices of different people in a good way. Lila has a really good imagination and a really good way of telling a story. All 8 and even 7 year olds and up should read it! (Written by 8-year old boy)

Read full review

- Rika

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-15-2015
  • Publisher: Lila Segal